Two Sides

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Two Sides
  • Two Sides - Think About Others

    Companion Worksheet - https://everydayspeech.com/?wpdmdl=5586
    In each scene, our characters are either Thinking About the People Around Them, or Not Thinking About the People Around Them. Which behaviors show other people that you are thinking of them?

  • Two Sides - Think It or Say It II

    Companion Worksheet - https://everydayspeech.com/?wpdmdl=5377
    In each scene, our characters say something to their classmates. Is it something they should think or say? That's up to you to decide!

  • Two Sides - Direct & Indirect Language

    Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2vTMFhx
    In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Does the main character uses direct language or indirect language? Are they saying exactly what they mean, or talking around it.

  • Two Sides - Being Flexible & Being Rigid

    Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2jWYfCb
    In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Is the main character being flexible, or being rigid? Being flexible means we can adapt to changes in our schedule, and being rigid means changes upset us...

  • Two Sides - Conversation Drivers & Stoppers

    Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2j7hCIG
    In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Is the main character using a Conversation Driver, or a Conversation Stopper? A Conversation Driver is something we use to start a conversation, or drive ...

  • Two Sides - Empathy

    Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2JF0b
    In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. Is the main character showing empathy, or not showing empathy?

  • Two Sides - Think it or Say it

    Companion Worksheet (direct download link) - http://bit.ly/2k2A4Gy
    In this game, players have to determine which category a scene belongs in. The main character has a thought - is it something they should keep inside their heads, or say out loud?