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Teaching NSS English with Cooperative Learning Methodology. Mrs Maggie Hung Yan Chai Hospital Lim Por Yen Secondary School http://www3.ychlpyss.edu.hk/~lpy-lyc/index.html 12th August, 2011. Team Formation. 4-person team of heterogenous abilities. Screen. A. B. Group 1. D. C.

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teaching nss english with cooperative learning methodology
Teaching NSS English with Cooperative Learning Methodology

Mrs Maggie Hung

Yan Chai Hospital Lim Por Yen Secondary School

http://www3.ychlpyss.edu.hk/~lpy-lyc/index.html

12th August, 2011

team formation
Team Formation

4-person team of heterogenous abilities

Screen

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A

B

Group 1

D

C

Cooperative Learning Home Team

f unctions of members
Functions of members

(A) Red (Team Leader):

control quality, arrange tasks

(B) Blue (Recorder):

take record, keep time

(C) Yellow (Cheerleader):

cheer up, assist others

(D) Green (Housekeeper):

keep materials, notice signals

routine
Routine
  • Use colored scheme worksheetse.g. student A: Pinkstudent B: Bluestudent C: Yellowstudent D: Green
routine1
Routine
  • Give them marks when students:-complete the task-actively participate in the task-encourage and help group mates
routine2
Routine
  • Random CheckInvite students to share the answers in front of the class randomly
  • Promote fairness
cl activities
CL Activities

Some common CL activities for doing reading, speaking, listening and writing exercises

1. Round Robin

2. Think, Pair, Share

3. Poster circulation

4. (Simultaneous) Roundtable

5. Jigsaw listening

6. Jigsaw reading

think pair share
Think, Pair, Share
  • Think individually: What are the benefits of joining the Drama Club?
  • Exchange views in pairs
  • Everyone takes turn to share his/ her views AND student B writes all the benefits onto broadsheet
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Common CL Learning Structure

Poster Circulation

Ss pass the broadsheet (poster) clockwise to another group

Ss can read the other group’s ideas

Ss can learn through reading

T sets criteria of success

e.g. 4 suggestions  8 marks

more than 4 10 marks

roundtable
Roundtable

Common CL Learning Structure

  • T asks Ss to think of regular activities of the ECA
  • Each student takes turn to write one activity on the broadsheet
  • Pass the broadsheet clockwise to the next student to write one activity on the broadsheet
  • E.g. A→B →C →D →A…..
  • Criteria of success: 4 suggestions → 8 marks

less than 4 → 6 marks

situation
Situation
  • You are learning some Social Issues with your group mates through CooperativeLearning’s learning structures:

Task 1: Brainstorming Ideas (Simultaneous Roundtable)

Task 2: Gathering Information (Jigsaw Reading)

Task 3: Understanding the topic (Pair Check)

Task 4: Forming your own ideas (Poster Circulation)

Task 5: Presentation (2 Stay 2 Stray)

situation1
Situation

We are now learning the following 4 topics of social issues:

1. Food Safety

2. Animal Abuse

3. Smoking Ban

4. Online Fraud

task 1 brainstorming ideas
Task 1 Brainstorming Ideas

Learning Structure: (Simultaneous) Roundtable

Criteria of Success: All 16 boxes are filled  10 marks

15 or less than 15 boxes are filled  8 marks

Expected Behavior: Take turns orderly, Praise others

Steps: 1. Everybody starts with a (different) question paper and write answer in the correct box for one minute (or shorter time)

2. Then four question papers are circulated simultaneously

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Task 2Gathering Information

Learning Structure: Jigsaw Reading

Criteria of Success: Every member reports the summary from his/ her reading worksheet  10 marks (if not, 8 marks)

All 4 members jot down all others’ reports on one’s own worksheet  another 10 marks (if not, 8 marks)

Expected Behavior: Take turns orderly, Ask for repetition when necessary, Jot down notes on one’s own worksheet

Steps:1. Read individually and then write summary of the part of the news article (2 mins)

2. Starting from A, everybody takes turn to report the summary (1 min. each)

task 3 understanding the topic
Task 3 Understanding the Topic

Learning Structure: Pair Check

Criteria of Success: All questions are answered  5 marks

Expected Behavior: Explain answers to partner and group mates

Steps: 1. Form pairs (A&B, C&D). Each pair does the same set of questions. First, individually finish the work (3 mins)

2. Check and discuss the answers with partner (1 min)

3. A&B takes turn to present answers to C&D (1 min). Then C&D takes turn to present answers to A&B (1 min).

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Task 4 Forming your own ideas

Learning Structure: Poster Circulation

Criteria of Success: Complete the task  10 marks, and 1 mark for each “” received from other groups

Expected Behavior: Share, Praise others

Steps: 1. Everybody finishes the work individually (5 mins)

A: Introduction B: Body (I)

C: Body (II) D: Conclusion

2. Combine the work with your group mates

3. Put the 4 worksheets into a poster and circulate the poster clockwise until the poster comes back

4. Each team gives a  on the poster it is interesting (no more than 3 s)

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Task 5 Presentation

Learning Structure: 2 stay 2 stray

Criteria of Success:

Fluent presentation with eye contact  8 marks

Very fluent presentation with very good eye contact  10 marks

Expected Behavior: Do greetings, Praise others

Steps: 1. 2 stay as markers and 2 stray as presenters to other groups (one at a time)

2. The 2 who stray take the marksheet with them for the other groups’ examiners to write down marks

cooperative learning
Cooperative Learning
  • Positive Interdependence
  • Individual accountability
  • Equal opportunity
  • Social face-to-face interaction