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Keep a set of index cards with discussion topics on it, such as best places for vacation; topics may also, given the class and the students’ level, be more controversial or academic, such as whether same-sex couples should be allowed to marry. Have students sit in groups of three or four and establish guidelines: everyone much contribute the conversation, and everyone must listen. You might set up further parameters, such as the speaker rotates clockwise, starting with the person seated nearest the board, given the students’ level and willingness to talk. Set a time limit of approximately 10 minutes per conversation: this ensures everyone gets a chance to talk without dragging the conversation on too long. You might also choose to ask each group to turn in discussion notes.
This activity gives students practice in the discussion skills of listening and contributing to a conversation.