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Subject area:
Debate and discussion
Teacher guidance

Promoting dialogue in the classroom can support students to achieve a greater understanding of complex and sensitive topics. The Generation Global programme has produced resources to support teachers in dealing with difficult conversations about events, whether in the UK, the Philippines, or Syria. These guidance documents cover both theory and practical activities to build confidence in this area.


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Essentials of dialogue

Theory and practical activities to help explore, develop and practice dialogue.

Dealing with difficult dialogue

Guidance and activities to give teachers the skills to manage difficult dialogue.