When the teacher stopped reading to describe what it means to slurp, she initiated a conversation with the children by asking them which liquids could they slurp. Teachers can engage in conversations by asking open-ended questions and allowing children to respond before asking a follow-up question or moving on to another topic.
Part of: Examples
Topic: Language Facilitation and Support
Category: Category 2: Teacher-Child Interactions | Subcategory: Category 2: Language Facilitation and Support | Measure: P-LFS-08: Engages in Conversations