Norms for Groupwork
No one is done until everyone is done. Look out for what others need. Explain by telling how. Ask questions. Give reasons for your suggestions. Make a plan. Agree on a strategy.
You have the right to ask for help and the d
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Collects and returns materials
needed for the task Organizes materials Makes sure that everyone helps clean up after the activity Makes sure that everyone is wearing badges
Describes the task for the class at wrap-up Summarize
What do you need to find out? What do you already know? What does this remind you of? Why do you think your solution is correct?
Listening and Thinking
I heard you say. I'd like to build on your idea. I'm sure this is correct because.
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English-Language Development Standards
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