Second Set Partners: A Turn and Talk Strategy Transcript
Speaker 1: Girls and boys, do you remember what your rug partner said? One way to support my eels in the classroom is to use a second-set partner. Lights, camera, action!
Student: Do you think it's a fact or opinion?
Student: I think it is a fact.
Speaker 1: The children were supposed to share with their rug partner, gain the information that the rug partner was saying, remember it. Second-set partner! Then paraphrase it to their second-set partner using their rug partner's name.
Student: Lena said that you could observe it and facts don't change. Because she can find it in the book and she can see it.
Speaker 1: It really does help the students learn to listen properly and paraphrase properly and they're building on their own knowledge, maybe getting to that next level. It's been very instrumental with my english language learners and my english speakers. Oh, we've got to do second-set. Do you remember what your rug partner said?
Speaker 1: Ready to go? Alright, let's go. Boom.
Student: [inaudible 00:01:21]
Speaker 1: It's literally like playing the broken telephone game.