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Video Specific Discussion Questions

Questions help you discuss the main points of each video
 
 
 
How do Babies Learn Language (Chapter 1 - key messages on-screen)
 
Questions are a powerful tool that can help you address main points of the KidCareCanada videos.
 
These documents are video-specific sets of questions, categorized to match our recommended teaching framework of:
  • Previous Learning
  • Application
  • Reflection
 
We have developed questions for the complete "Born to Communicate" series of five videos. These questions are available below.
 
 
  1. The first document in each set is "questions only". These are documents you might choose to hand out to your session participants. 
  2. The second document in each set (labeled Q and A) includes the suggested questions along with potential answers and some guidelines for using the questions in a session. 

 


 

Video Specific Discussion Questions For Born to Communicate - Chapter One: How do Babies Learn Language?
 

 


 

Video Specific Discussion Questions For Born to Communicate - Chapter Two: Parents are Baby's First Teachers
 

 


 

Video Specific Discussion Questions For Born to Communicate - Chapter Three: Babies are Born Ready to Learn
 

 


 

Video Specific Discussion Questions For Born to Communicate - Chapter Four: Babies Can Manage More Than One Language
 

 


 

Video Specific Discussion Questions For Born to Communicate - Chapter Five: Communication Matters
 

 


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