I love this language for classroom collaboration resource as it outlines how to agree, disagree, state an opinion, ask for clarification, paraphrase, and ask for a response, in a positive and appropriate manner. Though this, students will be able to voice their opinion and are allowed to agree and disagree as long as they are able to justify their opinion. This can be used during group work where students are collaborating with each other. This artifact ties in nicely with Week 6, focus on collaboration, where students are encouraged to collaborate with their peers and give reasons for why they agree, disagree, etc. To incorporate this into my own classroom, I will write it on chart paper and put it up when students are working in groups, so that they know how to collaborate positively with their peers.