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If You Were…

Interesting and fun questions to get students to imagine possibilities

15 minutes

Asking “If you were…” is a terrific structure to allow a partner to brainstorm potential outcomes or possibilities. This can further spark new questions to have them elaborate on why they would do that or what other things their answer could cause to happen. It’s also a good way for a class of students to learn more about each other’s character to help them connect and communicate with each other more smoothly.

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