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Teaching Through Silence: How to Move the Conversation Forward (Video)

English teacher Sarah Brown Wessling's questions are often met with silence from her high school students, especially at the beginning of the school year when students may be nervous to speak up in front of their peers. She offers three strategies for approaching silence in the classroom that will encourage students to speak up and share their ideas.


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