Posts Tagged: Discussion

Rotating tables

ROTATING TABLES ACTIVITY: An activity designed to have both group and class involvement, as well as collaboration on different aspects of one topic: Assign a topic and break into 4-5 subtopics, or questions related to the topic Each group is

Rotating tables

ROTATING TABLES ACTIVITY: An activity designed to have both group and class involvement, as well as collaboration on different aspects of one topic: Assign a topic and break into 4-5 subtopics, or questions related to the topic Each group is

Wall of Words

WALL OF WORDS Also sometimes called “All on the Wall” This is an activity where several related prompts may be written on the board, and each student is handed a whiteboard marker or chalk (depending on the board) and is

Wall of Words

WALL OF WORDS Also sometimes called “All on the Wall” This is an activity where several related prompts may be written on the board, and each student is handed a whiteboard marker or chalk (depending on the board) and is

What? / So What? / Now What?

What? / So What? / Now What? This activity can be given to students for a topic that needs to be critically evaluated. Ask the students these three questions: What? Descriptive –  what is the problem, issue, circumstance, etc.? So

What? / So What? / Now What?

What? / So What? / Now What? This activity can be given to students for a topic that needs to be critically evaluated. Ask the students these three questions: What? Descriptive –  what is the problem, issue, circumstance, etc.? So

Concept Mapping

CONCEPT MAPPING: Also called concept webbing, spider diagram, etc. Concept mapping is another graphic organizer for ideas. This activity is flexible because it can be done alone or in a group, and promotes critical thinking about how ideas connect and

Concept Mapping

CONCEPT MAPPING: Also called concept webbing, spider diagram, etc. Concept mapping is another graphic organizer for ideas. This activity is flexible because it can be done alone or in a group, and promotes critical thinking about how ideas connect and

Definition Four-Square (Frayer Model)

DEFINITION FOUR SQUARE: A graphic organizer based on the Frayer Model –> Select a key concept, idea or term to define. Have students divide a large page, or space on a white board into 4 sections. Title the sections as:

Definition Four-Square (Frayer Model)

DEFINITION FOUR SQUARE: A graphic organizer based on the Frayer Model –> Select a key concept, idea or term to define. Have students divide a large page, or space on a white board into 4 sections. Title the sections as:

Assigning Group Roles

                              ASSIGNING GROUP ROLES Assigning group roles is a good way to make sure that each student is on task, has a sense of importance to the group and can contribute to a class project or discussion. Making each student

Assigning Group Roles

                              ASSIGNING GROUP ROLES Assigning group roles is a good way to make sure that each student is on task, has a sense of importance to the group and can contribute to a class project or discussion. Making each student