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Chapter 14 SUSTAINING INTERACTION THROUGH GROUP WORK

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Transcript of Chapter 14 SUSTAINING INTERACTION THROUGH GROUP WORK

Chapter 14 SUSTAINING INTERACTION THROUGH GROUP WORK
Objectives:
I. Identify the advantages of creating interactive group work task


II. Understand that excuses for avoiding group work are for the most parts based on erroneous impression, and that group work can be effectively implemented
IMPLEMENTIGN GROUP WORK IN YOUR CLASSROM
Evaluating Classroom Language.

Selecting Appropriate Group Techniques, such as:

Games
Role plays and simulations
Drama
Projects
Interviews
Brainstorming,
Information gap
Jigsaw activities
Problem solving and decision making
Opinion exchange.

. Apply the steps leading to successful group work: designing the task, planning details, monitoring, and debriefing.





VI. Analyze successful and unsuccessful group work activity in lesson that you observe as well as your own
Chapter 14 SUSTAINING INTERACTION THROUGH GROUP WORK
ADVANTAGES OF GROUP WORK
Group work generates interactive language.

Group work offers an embracing affective climate.

Group work promotes learners responsibility and autonomy.

Group work is a step toward individualizing instruction.

EXCUSES FOR AVOIDING GROUP WORK
The teacher is not longer in control of the class

Students will use their native language.

Students’ errors will be reinforced in small groups.

Teacher cannot monitor all groups at once.

Some learners prefer to work alone.


PLANNING GROUP WORK
Introduce the technique

Justify the use of small groups for the students

Model the technique



4. Give explicit detailed instructions
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