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Effective Group Work Working within a smoothly functioning group can be the most rewarding of all experiences. In addition to enabling you to achieve far more than you could on your own, a good group can also serve as a support group that can help you when you fall behind. It can also be a lot of fun. But if a group is not functioning well, then group work can be a frustrating experience. It might seem that which experience it turns out to be depends on your luck with the people who end up in your group. But that is less important than you might think. A lot depends on how members of the group acquire and use cooperative skills and how they resolve problems that arise within the group. You should use this opportunity to develop those skills because they will prove to be invaluable to you in all aspects of your life. It is not necessary that the members of the groups be good friends with one another. The qualities that go into close friendships are not necessarily the same as those needed for effective group work. But you should learn to respect and
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