Grade 1 Speaking / Listening - Rules for Discussion
During group discussions, do you know the rules?

Grade 1 Speaking / Listening - Rules for Discussion

This English Language quiz is called 'Rules for Discussion' and it has been written by teachers to help you if you are studying the subject at elementary school. Playing educational quizzes is a fun way to learn if you are in the 1st or 2nd grade - aged 6 to 8.

It costs only $12.50 per month to play this quiz and over 3,500 others that help you with your school work. You can subscribe on the page at Join Us

When students are working in a group, they should have some agreed-upon rules in order for the discussions to run smoothly. Some of these rules should include listening to others with care and one person speaking at a time. These rules should be established upfront. Then the students will have a successful discussion. In this quiz, the students practice answering questions about working in a group.

To see a larger image, click on the picture.
1.
How many people should speak at a time?
Everyone.
One person.
No one.
Two people.
One person should speak at one time so everyone can hear what is being said.
2.
A friend in your group is speaking. What should you be doing?
Writing.
Thinking.
Speaking.
Listening.
When someone is speaking, everyone should be listening.
3.
A friend in your group is speaking. Where should you be looking?
Around the room.
At the person talking.
At your paper.
At the floor.
As the person is talking, everyone should be looking at him or her.
4.
You are in a group. You want to say something. What should you do?
Do not talk.
Speak fast.
Raise your hand.
Look around the room.
A student should always raise his or her hand if they want to say something.
5.
A friend says something. You don't hear it. What should you do?
Put your hands over your ears.
Read a book.
Do not listen.
Ask them to repeat it.
If someone can't be heard, they should be asked to repeat what was said.
6.
How should people act in a group?
Say mean things.
Say nice things.
Do not speak.
Look at their book.
Nice things should be said at group discussions.
7.
How should you talk in your group?
In a quiet voice.
In a loud voice.
To other groups.
Do not talk.
Since other groups will be talking, people should talk quietly.
8.
How many people should speak in a group?
One of them.
All of them.
Two of them.
None of them.
Everyone should have the chance to talk in a group.
9.
Your friend is in another group. What should you do?
Talk to the friend.
Stay in your group.
Go to their group.
Turn to their group.
You should always remain with your own group.
10.
What should happen at the end of group time?
You should walk away.
You should go home.
You should clean up.
You should go to another group.
At the end of group time, everyone should help clean up.
Author:  Amy Flanders

© Copyright 2016-2019 - Education Quizzes
TJS - Web Design Lincolnshire
View Printout in HTML

Valid HTML5

We use cookies to make your experience of our website better.

To comply with the new e-Privacy directive, we need to ask for your consent - I agree - No thanks - Find out more