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Establishing Rules and Expectations for Cooperative Group Work Herrell Chapter 29. Training in cooperative behaviors. Ready to work in groups. Assign task & increase complexity. In selecting a task, you must ask the following questions:

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Training in Work

cooperative

behaviors

Ready to

work in

groups

Assign task

& increase

complexity

  • In selecting a task, you must ask the following questions:

  • Will there be more than one way to solve the problem?

  • Will the students be interested in this activity?

  • Will this activity enable students to make contributions?

  • Will the students include multimedia?

  • Does the activity require a variety of skills and behaviors

  • Does it require reading and writing?

  • Is it challenging?


Steps for establishing rules and expectations
Steps for Establishing Rules and Expectations Work

  • Set and share expectations

  • Design the activity

  • Make the rules explicit

  • Design and explain the grading procedures

  • Provide access to resources

    and materials



  • Rules for Cooperative Script Writing Work

  • Respectful language

  • Each student writes dialogue for one character

  • One student serves as secretary

  • Group works together to decide on props

  • Students work cooperatively to create the props

  • Work together to practice script

  • Help each other to make dialogue look real

  • No put downs allowed


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