Whatever holiday you celebrate or do not, your students can find new hope through inclusion in two-footed questions that build curiosity across differences! How so?
The two-footed question I like to ask is:
If any one of us were to visit you at your favorite time over this holiday, what would we see and experience?
Watch hope dance into life as students reflect on their most meaningful holiday traditions – and share different parts of their holiday celebrations that would likely interest others also. This question creates a spotlight for students to learn about one another’s favorite festivities and to share their special holiday galas, in a welcoming way.
Looking for two-footed questions that offer hope on the other side of your event or issue?
You’ll find dozens of these unique triggers (or two-footed questions) for wider and inclusive communication, here at my TpT site.
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