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Rejoinders help keep conversations going.

There are three things that rejoinders communicate:

  • I'm listening.
  • I understand.
  • I care.




The following are the different types of rejoinders:

  • Direct Reply: This is a direct comment to a post. The most common type of reply. It is used to engage in conversation with the person who posted the post.
  • Quoted Reply: This type of reply is when someone quotes an entire post and adds their own comment or response on it.
  • Follow-Up Post: This type of rejoinder is similar to a direct reply, but it doesn’t directly engage with conversation with the person who posted the post.



REJOINDER EXAMPLES:

  • showing happiness: That's great! Terrific! Wonderful! Fantastic!
  • showing sadness: That's too bad. I'm sorry to hear that. Oh, no.
  • showing interest: I see. That's nice. Oh, yeah? Oh really?
  • showing surprise: You're kidding! I can't believe it! Oh, really! You're pulling my leg!




A rejoinder is an answer to a question or statement, especially one that is rapid, witty, or critical.

Write your rejoinder in plain English that is basic, clear, and direct. Instead of writing to the assessor, send your response to the College of Experts. Remember that your other students may not be specialists in your disciplines, so avoid using jargon and complicated language. Respond to all of your assessors' questions and criticisms.

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