Cooperative Strategies for Proficiency Levels

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Beginner
Cooperative
Strategies
For the
Proficiency
Levels
Line-Ups
Formations,
Early Intermediate
Timed-PairShare
Mix-FreezeGroup,
One student talks for
specified time and the
other listens. Then they
switch roles.
Similarity
Groups
Fan-N-Pick,
Corners
Students move to
different areas (lines,
groups, corners) of the
room, depending on
their point of view
response choices.
This activity may help
them see that not
everyone shares the
same point of view,
and it may stretch their
own way of thinking.
Students play a card
game to respond to
questions written on
card.
Intermediate
Early Advanced
Rally Robin,
Talking
Chips,
In pairs, students
alternate generating oral
responses.
Numbered
Heads
Together
After the teacher asks a
question, students write
their own answer, discuss
it in their groups, signal
they are ready, and the
teacher calls a number.
Students with that number
respond using a range of
simultaneous response
modes.
Showdown,
Match Mine,
Spin-NReview
Review questions,
Spin-N-Review game
board, and
game marker.
Discuss a topic in
groups using a set
number of “chips”
placed on table until
all are gone.
Timed Pair
Share,
students have 30
seconds to turn to
partners and share their
responses this
allows time for both
rehearsal and
immediate feedback .
One Stray
One teammate strays
from his or her team to
a new team to share
information or
projects.
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