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  1. Moogulkis
    Jan 10,  · A great way to help students to get to know you is to share with them your bag of treats. This can be done in a variety of ways. Collect a range of artefacts that sum up who you are and what is important to you. As you pull out each item, the students can .
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  2. Voodoogul
    Oscar Hammerstein – Getting To Know You lyrics. [Spoken] It's a very ancient saying, But a true and honest thought, That if you become a teacher, By your pupils you'll be taught. [Singing] As a teacher I've been learning You'll forgive me if I boast And I've now become an expert, On the subject I like most.
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  3. Tell
    (Spoken) Getting to know you. (Singing) Getting to know you, Getting to know all about you. Getting to like you, Getting to hope you like me.
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  4. Netaur
    Apr 24,  · These are a lot like “getting to know you” questions. However, a slightly different structure may inspire different results. Some people may be more compelled to answer a question if they are faced with a blank space to fill, and fill in the blank questions will be unique to most people on Facebook, which may yield some interesting responses.
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  5. Fauzahn
    Jul 30,  · Go around the room and have each person answer one get-to-know-you question they pull from a hat. Doing this can help warm everyone up to each other and set the tone for a more communicative and creative meeting. The key to asking questions to get to know someone within the workplace is to keep the questions respectful and appropriate.
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  6. Shakaktilar
    Meeting someone and getting to know them can either be very fun or very awkward. The awkward path can easily be avoided if you choose fun and easy going get to know you questions. These get to know you questions help fast-track the friendship and/or relationship forward because it lets you know as much as you want to know about an individual in a few short minutes.
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  7. Vudozshura
    These get to know you questions are the perfect way to get to know your students this back to school season. It's the perfect ice-breaker for students to share and get to know each other!This resource is a part of the Virtual Teacher Toolkit where you will get even more virtual and digital resources 35 pins.
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  8. Fesar
    Dec 18, - Explore Visually Literate Teacher's board ""Get To Know You" Activities", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Get to know you activities, Beginning of school, Getting to know you pins.
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  9. Arajora
    Aug 19,  · Getting to Know You- Use dice to encourage conversation. Give everyone their own die and a list of questions associated with a number from one to six. Then, they roll, ask the question that matches the number and share their answers with each other. Choose to play as an entire small group or find a new partner after each question.
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