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Teaching Strategies
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Cooperative Learning Jobs Assign students “jobs” in the group. This keeps the students engaged in the activity. Students who are actively involved are more likely to learn. If only 3 students in a groups one student can be assigned the materials and cleanup job. Examples of jobs can include: Manager, Captain, or Discussion Director: This is the group leader that keeps the group on task. Summarizer/recorder: This is the person who records the information or summarizes the activity. Materials Manager: This is the person who obtains and returns the materials used for the activity. Cleanup Leader : This is the person who makes sure the group cleans up the area at the end of the activity. Name:_______________________________________________________ Name__________________________
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K What I Know W What I Want to Know L What I Learned
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Helpful Handout: Verbs Used for Higher Level Thinking (Questions) Knowledge Count, Define, Describe, Draw, Find, Identify, Label, List, Match, Name, Quote, Recall, Recite, Sequence, Tell, Write, Repeat Comprehension
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