On Monday, September 12, 2016, SCSSA President Scott Petri is hosting #sschat on Twitter at 7:00 pm EST and 4:00 pm PST. Join us by following the hashtag #sschat and numbering your answers (A1... A2... A3...).
Q1 Describe a recent speaking assignment from your class? Or what prevents you from assigning speaking tasks?
Q2 How would you characterize the academic conversations that occur in your class?
Q3 How do you measure the quality of the academic conversations in your class?
Q4 When teaching speaking skills, do you focus more on building a speech or performing a speech?
Q5 How do you assess your students listening skills in Social Studies?
Q6 Poll Question: https://goo.gl/forms/fTP6JgMIQu2DcfVu2 What listening objectives are most frequently used in your class?
Q7 How do you prepare your students for listening activities?
Q8 What resources do you use to improve your students’ listening skills?
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11/28/2017 05:02:12 am
Robert is speaking about social action which is very important to understand. Some problems people did not know and he deliver the good information to the people. He is looking very optimistic and I love this speech. He is looking very decent.
1/29/2018 10:42:53 pm
You have the good ideas of speaking and listening in social media. A presenter should keep an eye fixed contact with the audience so they're remaining attentive and active in the presentation. Really helpful.
1/31/2018 04:53:52 am
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2/22/2018 09:14:48 pm
Speaking & Listening Skills is very important , it help us doing better day day . your concept about Speaking & Listening Skills in Social Studies really amazing , also your resources are enough for Speaking & Listening Skills . keep writing like this
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