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Reading and Discussion Group Do’s and Don’ts

Soldiers reading letters from home

Dos

Become acquainted with other participants

Allow everyone an opportunity to participate

Accept and acknowledge the ideas of all group members

Listen attentively to what each member has to say

Listen to alternate points of view

         

Don'ts

Don't preach or teach

Don't take sides

Don't push people to participate before they feel ready

Don’t embarrass any member

Don’t hog the spotlight

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