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|Author:||gabby [ Mon Jan 11, 2010 4:03 am ]|
|Post subject:||group techniques|
what are those???
I need to find a group technique (no ice breakers)
|Author:||mesmark [ Sun Jan 17, 2010 8:09 am ]|
Do you mean group activities?
I assume that's what you are talking about and in that case almost any game or activity will work. You just need to hand the activity over to the group instead of keeping it teacher centered.
Take a game as teacher centered as bingo. In most classes, the teacher calls the squares and all of the students respond. However, the way I do it as a group activity is turn the calling of the squares over to the students. They are asking questions and sharing information as a group without the teacher.
In most textbooks these days they have pair and group activities with each unit. That may give you some ideas.
If that's not what you are talking about can you explain a bit more.
|Author:||gabby [ Sun Jan 17, 2010 12:00 pm ]|
i actually found one that is similar to Brainstorming so, I hope that's ok with my teacher!!!
thanks a lot anyway!!!
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