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  • n. work done in groups


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group +‎ work


  • Evidence of the way that learners ‘appropriate’ language from one another in interactive pair or groupwork seems to support this claim.

    P is for Push « An A-Z of ELT

  • Change the mode: for example, learners summarise a groupwork discussion in written form.

    July « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT

  • And knowing that they may be called upon to report or perform has a useful washback effect on the level of engagement during the groupwork itself.

    July « 2010 « An A-Z of ELT

  • Given that teens don't Friend all of their classmates, there are major issues in terms of using this for groupwork because of boundary issues.

    Boing Boing

  • Haven't tried back-channeling in class myself yet, though I have used text messaging as part of groupwork activities.

    Back-channeling During a Class Viewing of Glory

  • During my training, I wanted to know how to set up groupwork most of the attributes of blackboard they were giving me, I knew already or did not need since I don't give multiple choice exams with or without technology and they told me I would have to attend a different workshop!

    Don't cut off noses and hand out roses

  • So what are we to make of the current interest in groupwork, collaboration and crowdsourcing.

    Do groups work better? | Sync Blog

  • That is kind of sad because I could tell that they really enjoyed the groupwork.

    Mr. Sheern

  • The Recorder, Mr Stevenson also placed Oakley on the sexual offenders 'register and ordered him to undertake rehabilitation with the Thames Valley sex offender groupwork programme.

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  • I was sitting next to a woman at uni yesterday who had short shorts on and was facing inwards towards the group for a groupwork assignment. | Top Stories


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