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Teachers' role

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Iru Policella

on 17 October 2013

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COOPERATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING
THEORY OF...
LANGUAGE
THEORY OF...
LEARNING
SYLLABUS
It does not assume any particular form in Language syllabus
Conclusion
In Cooperative Learning, groups activities are the major mode of learning and are part of a comprehensive theory and system for the use of group work in teaching. Group activities are carefully planned to maximize students' interaction and to facilitate students' contributions to each other's learning
WHAT IS IT?
It is an approach to teaching that makes maximum use of cooperative activities involving pairs and small groups in the classroom
WHERE DOES IT COME FROM?
The U.S. educator John Dewey (XX century)
is considered the pioneer on promoting the idea of building cooperation in learning into regular classrooms
WHICH ARE ITS OBJECTIVES?
CLL seeks to develop:
COOPERATION RATHER THAN COMPETITION
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE THROUGH SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
CLL is founded on certain premises:
BORN TO TALK
SPEECH ORGANIZED AS CONVERSATION
CONVERSATION DEPENDENT ON MAXIMS
COOPERATIVE MAXIMS OF NATIVE LANGUAGE LEARNED THROUGH EVERYDAY INTERACTION
COOPERATIVE MAXIMS OF SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNED THROUGH PARTICIPATION IN CERTAIN ACTIVITIES
CLL is related to the theories of Piaget and Vygotsky because
it is focused on social interaction in learning
communicative competence is developed through conversation in socially or pedagogically structured situations
TASKS
TYPES OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING GROUPS
FORMAL

INFORMAL

COOPERATIVE BASED GROUP
THE SUCCESS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING DEPENDS ON
positive interdependence
group formation
individual accountability
social skills
structuring and structures
TYPES OF TASKS (according to Coelho)
Jigsaw
team practice from common input
cooperative projects
ROLES
STUDENTS
THEY ARE
MEMBERS OF A GROUP
WHO MUST WORK COLLABORATIVELY ON TASKS WITH OTHER MEMBERS OF THE GROUP. THEY HAVE AN ACTIVE ROLE AS DIRECTORS OF THEIR OWN LEARNING PROCESS
TEACHERS
THEY ARE
FACILITATORS
OF LEARNING. THEIR ROLE IS ACTIVE SINCE THEY HAVE TO INTERACT, TEACH, REFOCUS, QUESTION, CLARIFY, SUPPORT, EXPAND, ETC.
FURTHERMORE, THEY HAVE TO CREATE A STRUCTURED AND WELL-ORGANIZED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT, SETTING GOALS, PLANNING AND STRUCTURING TASKS, ETC.
INTEGRANTES DEL GRUPO:
BUSTOS, IRUPÉ
BUZZELLI, KAREN
CAMPMAS, ELIANA
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