Leaderless Discussion is a thinking routine that encourages discourse and promotes understanding of a piece of text. Students come prepared for the discussion with two questions that encourage a deeper understanding of the material rather than just comprehension of the text. Students may need "Question Starters" when first being taught the routine in order to formulate their questions successfully.
How to Use the Strategy:
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