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Keep Your Students Engaged with 'Turn and Talk'

Learn how to effectively use "Turn and Talk," sometimes called "Think, Pair, Share," with your students. *I love turn and talk and these tips just affirm it!*


Speaking and Listening Activities: Beyond Turn and Talk Grades K-3


Close Reading Turn and Talk Poster


Students work with their thinking partners in the classroom! During turn and talk opportunities, the teacher tells peanut butter or jelly to go first. This helps the more outgoing kiddos to listen and encourages the quiet ones to share their ideas. Can be used during any subject and partners can easily be switched!