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Part of my curriculum asks students to be good listeners and public speakers. With the interactive Q-ball, students will learn to take turns, be heard, and learn to listen with attentive ears. We will use the Q-ball in our weekly discussions of current events. Students learn to discuss, in a respective manner, current societal issues based on an article of the week. Middle school students want to be heard. With the Q-ball microphone students are required to take turns and listen to one another respectively. For students who find it difficult to "butt" into a conversation the Q-ball will allow them to have the opportunity to speak their mind without feeling the pressures of interrupting. For students who tend to over-talk the Q-ball insists they take turns and listen to classmates before responding.

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Part of my curriculum asks students to be good listeners and public speakers. With the interactive Q-ball, students will learn to take turns, be heard, and learn to listen with attentive ears. We will use the Q-ball in our weekly discussions of current events. Students learn to discuss, in a respective manner, current societal issues based on an article of the week. Middle school students want to be heard. With the Q-ball microphone students are required to take turns and listen to one another respectively. For students who find it difficult to "butt" into a conversation the Q-ball will allow them to have the opportunity to speak their mind without feeling the pressures of interrupting. For students who tend to over-talk the Q-ball insists they take turns and listen to classmates before responding.

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