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Note-Taking during Discussion

Class discussions present teachers with a number of different challenges, including the often limited number who participate, those who make comments but do so without having done the reading, and the many students who, as Emily Gravett notes, treat class discussions as “down time.” (p. 75) They relax in their seats, discretely (or not) check their phones, and almost never take notes unless the teacher says something they consider important.

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