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Lumarie Rodriguez Jennybeth Ortiz

Its also known as a general instructional approach as collaborative learning It makes maximum use of cooperative activities involving pairs and small groups of learners in the classroom

Learner -centered approach

Promote communicative interaction in the classroom

GOALS IN LANGUAGE TEACHING To provide opportunities for naturalistic second language acquisition through the use of interactive pair and group avtivities. To enable focused attention to particular lexical items, language structures, and communicative functions through the use of interactive tasks. To provide opportunitities for learners to develop successful learning and communication strategies. To enhance learner motivation and reduce learner stress and to create a positive affective classroom climate.

Team practice from common input skills

Examples of group roles

1. Project leader 2. Reader 3. Analyst 4. Reporter 5. Illustrator 6. Writer 7. Vocabulary leader

And many other endless possibilities!

Jigsaw: differentiated but predetermined imputevaluation and synthesis of facts and opinions.
Each group member receives a different piece of the information. Students regroup in topic groups (expert groups) composed of people with the same piece to master the material and prepare to teach it. Students synthesize the imformation through discussion. Each student produces an assignment of part of a group project. This method of organization may require team-building activities for both home groups and topic groups, long term group involvement, and rehearsal of presentation methods. This method is very useful in the multilevel class, allowing for both homogeneous and heterogeneous grouping in terms of English proficiency.

Examples of Cooperative Language Learning Activities

Three- step interview: 1. 2. 3. Students are in pairs; one is interviewer and the other is interviewee. Students reverse roles. Each shares with team member what was learned during the two interviews. Roundtable (Round Robin) There is one piece of paper and one pen for each team.One student makes a contribution and passes the paper and pen to the student of his or her left. Each students makes contributions in turn.

Think- Pair- Share: Teacher poses a question. Students think of a response. Students discuss their responses with a partner. Students share their partners response with the class

Solve Pair Share: teacher poses a problem. Students work out solutions individually.Students explain how they solved the problem in interview or Round Robin structures.

PLEASE 1. Find 3 partners to form a group 2. Each group member chooses a number from 1 to 3 3. Run your role 4. Success!

Read your book and

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