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  • Mickey Graham

    Here's a nice anchor chart on accountable talk stems. Most of these will be helpful in guiding math talk.

  • Sabrina Justison

    Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other. Great guidelines for class or book club discussion.

  • Bekki Lindow

    Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other- group work guidance.

  • Stevie Combs

    As pinned: Accountable Talk Anchor Chart - Higher Order questioning for students to ask each other

  • Shawn Sparks

    Higher Order questioning for students to ask. So important to teach these skills, how to form an opinion with reason, and how to agree/disagree. Great for lit circles in 7/8/9!

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