|Statement||Nelson Morgan ; with special contributions from Jake Buurma and Lloyd Rice ; cartoons by Beatrice Benjamin.|
|Series||National"s semiconductor technology series|
|Contributions||Buurma, Jake., Rice, Lloyd., Benjamin, Beatrice.|
|LC Classifications||TK7882.S65 M67 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||83014914|
Talking Chips are used during group discussions to ensure that everyone has a turn to talk and no one dominates the discussion. STEPS: 1. Each group member is given a marker or chip (a pen or pencil works) 2. To talk, place a chip/marker in the center of the table. An individual cannot talk. Talking chips make the value of everyone’s contributions tangible and give everyone a chance to speak. They are just as effective at drawing out otherwise quiet participants as they are at containing dominant ones. Talking chips is based on the idea of currency and was developed by Dave Gray, inspired by Byron Reeves’s innovative email. Talking Chips! 1 Content Area: Reading Grade Level: Primary, 1st Title: Share Time Discussion Strategy Description: Each student receives one “talking chip.” The chips can be any kind of game token, or a pen, pencil, eraser, slip of paper, or any other tangible item. The students are given an open-ended discussion topic. Talking Chips Teammates place Talking Chips in the center of the table to make sure everyone contributes to the team discussion. Setup: Teams have talking chips (maximum: two chips each.) 1. The teacher provides a discussion topic and provides think time. 2. Any student begins the discussion, placing one of his/her chips in the center of the table.
Teaching Strategy #2 Description Give each student plastic chips (or checkers). During a small group discussion, a student puts a chip in the middle of the circle when they get a turn to talk. Everyone must get rid of one chip before another can be used by anyone. Benefits - . Discover bestselling audiobooks for up to 95% off. Free audiobooks app with no subscription needed to get the best audiobooks at low prices, every single day. Talking Chips is a Kagan strategy that teaches students the techniques of polite discussion and debate. Objective The Talking Chips strategy teaches appropriate social interaction for group work. Classroom Applications Develop Listening Skills Learn Turn Taking Learn Communication Skills Use for large/small group interaction Language functions. This is a great way to teach students how to conduct a meaningful conversation. I have included talking chips that may be used in whole group or small group settings for fiction and non fiction books. I also included talking chips for group work settings. How to use: Print these out on colored pape.
In our PLC meetings, we use talking chips. One day the talking chips disappeared. I decided to “borrow” talking chips from my scholars for the next PLC meeting. I returned from the meeting and placed the talking chips on our group table. We have specials at the end of the day so I completely forgot to put the talking chips back. I have included talking chips that may be used in whole group or small group settings for fiction and non fiction books. I also included talking chips for group work settings. How to use: Print these out on colored pape. Subjects: English Language Arts, Literature, Informational Text. Kagan (, as cited in Syafryadin, ) explained that talking chips technique is a technique that is used in teaching speaking to make the students active in the implementing this technique in the class, the students are divided into several groups and all members in each group are given chips. 1, chip talking book products are offered for sale by suppliers on , of which other toys & hobbies accounts for 1%, learning machine accounts for 1%, and book printing accounts for 1%. A wide variety of chip talking book options are available to you, such as abs.