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When asking questions to an entire class, you want to make sure each student is engaged and gets a chance to respond. A teaching strategy that can help with this is Think/Write/Pair/Share. There are four steps involved with Think/Write/Pair/Share. 

Step One: Think. The teacher asks a question and allows a few seconds for the students to process an answer. 

Step Two: Write. Students write down their answers. 

Step Three: Pair. Students turn to a neighbor and briefly discuss their answers. 

Step Four: Share. The teacher calls on a few students to share their answers. The teacher then conducts a brief class discussion.

The Think/Write/Pair/Share strategy is a non-threatening way to encourage all students to participate and answer questions while reducing the embarrassment associated with getting an answer wrong.

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