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Thinking and having discussions are essential steps in learning. The objectives of having a discussion are:
Firstly, the students can come together to form a small group (e.g. 5 to 12 people), and sit down to choose a topic of discussion.
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Choosing a relevant topic for your discussion is important as the topic will be the guiding principle behind the views and opinions voiced.
Some tips on choosing a topic:
In addition, here are some sample topics for your consideration:
After a topic is chosen, a chairperson can be elected to facilitate the smooth flow of the discussion.
The chairperson can start the discussion by making opening comments and giving suggestions on how the discussion can proceed. The roles of the chairperson are:
The participants can then take part meaningfully in the discussion and contribute in a positive and significant way. Some tips for the participants:
After the discussion, the chairperson himself, or the participant can summarize the main points of the discussion and do a review of what has been discussed. Point out the strong points and weak points in the discussion.
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