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Accountable Talk Rubric. 4  Discusses activity at all times Uses target vocabulary Gives multiple reasons for answers including strategies used Includes non-speakers Creates a respectful learning community 3  Discusses activity the majority of the time Uses some target vocabulary

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    1. Accountable Talk Rubric 4  Discusses activity at all times Uses target vocabulary Gives multiple reasons for answers including strategies used Includes non-speakers Creates a respectful learning community 3  Discusses activity the majority of the time Uses some target vocabulary Gives reason(s) for answers including strategies used Includes some non-speakers Creates a respectful learning community 2  Discusses activity some of the time Uses little target vocabulary Gives answers without reasons or strategies Does not include non-speakers Attempts to create a respectful learning community 1  Does not discuss activity Uses no target vocabulary Gives answers without reasons or strategies Does not include non-speakers Does not attempt to create a respectful learning community

    2. Classroom posters ILLUSTRATING STRATEGIES to help facilitate talk.

    3. PAIR (With a partner) SHARE THINK (Yourself) (Whole class)

    4. FOLLOW UPS! Why? Tell me more! Give an example.

    5. DEFEND Defend your reasoning against a different point of view.

    6. UNPACK YOUR THINKING! Aloud Think How did you arrive at your answer?

    7. SUMMARIZE Summarize the point of another person.

    8. MARKING Direct attention to the importance of a person's contribution.

    9. CHALLENGING Redirect a question back to the person.

    10. MODELING Make one’s thinking public and demonstrate expert forms of reasoning through talk.

    11. RECAPPING Restate and make public a person or group’s discussion and understanding.

    12. OPEN COMMUNICATION Ensure that everyone is heard and understands what a person says.

    13. LINKING CONTRIBUTIONS Make explicit the relationship between a new contribution and what was said before.

    14. Revoice a person’s contributions. VERIFY CLARIFY

    15. PRESS FOR ACCURACY Hold everyone accountable for the accuracy, credibility, and clarity of their contributions.

    16. BUILD ON PRIOR KNOWLEDGE Tie a current contribution back to knowledge accumulated by a person or the class at a pervious time.

    17. PRESS FOR REASONING Press for evidence and understanding of a person’s statements.

    18. EXPAND REASONING Give extra time and space in the conversation to expand reasoning.