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prepared by rizky nurul amalia hanny s surya yakob metboki budi ilhami
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Hanny S. Surya


Budi Ilhami

Number Heads Together

the developer and his idea
The developer and his idea:
  • Kagan in Bookman, et al (2001: 1) believed that Number Heads Together is “a technique which is useful for quickly reviewing objective material in a fun way”.
what does it look like
What does it look like?
  • Practically, students in each team of four are numbered 1, 2, 3, or 4.
  • In so doing, students train each other on the material to be mastered. This is also called Discussing Reasons.
  • Next, teachers pose a question and call a number: 1, 2, 3, or 4. Students with that number are allowed to answer and earn points for their team.
  • Furthermore, the class can be lead to repeat the previous sections

(Bookman, et al, (2001); Jacob, Lee, & Ball (p. 43-44).

  • Bookman, B., et al. (2001). Cooperative Learning - Descriptions of some commonly used techniques. The NYS Biology - Chemistry Mentor Network, DDE Title II, FLCC, 2001. Retrieved November 11, 2012, from
  • Brown, H.D. (2000). Principles of LlanguageLearning and Teaching. 4th Edition. New York: Prentice Hall Regents.
  • Jacobs, G. M., Lee, G. S., & Ball, J. (….) Cooperative Learning. A sourcebook of Lessons Plans for Teacher Education on Cooperative Learning. ……Kagan Cooperative Learning.
  • Slavin, R. E. (1995). Cooperative Learning.New York: Teachers Collage Press.
  • Sugihartono, et al. (2007). PsikologiPendidikan. Yogyakarta: UNY Press.
  • Preparation
  • Formation of groups
  • Discussion of problems
  • Call the number of members or giving answers
  • Gives conclusions

preparing a lesson plan

If you fail to plan

You plan a failure

formation of groups
Formation of groups…,
  • The teacher divides the students into heterogeneous groups consisting of 3-5 students
  • Teachers gave a number to each student in the group and name the group
  • The group was formed by a mixture of in terms of social background, race, ethnicity, gender and learning ability
  • If one group is smaller than the others have no. 3 answer for no. 4 as well. The teacher can give numbers or students can give numbers themselves
management tips
Management Tips…,
  • Before posing a question, make sure each person is assigned a number
  • Having students sit in a specific seat according to number insures honesty in responding
  • Model how to make sure each person knows the answer
heads together
Heads Together…,
  • Activity sheets distributed to students as a material to be studied
  • Students then think individually
  • Discussion of problems
  • Each member of the group they should know the answer to the question
  • Ensure enough ‘wait time is given for the group to do the task
call the number of members
Call the number of members…,
  • The teacher then calls a number and students from each group with the same number raised their hands
  • prepare for and respond to the entire class
  • Instead of sharing out with the class, they share with their answers with students who have the same number.
  • Reinforce mental math by calling numbers as the result of mental math problems. (e.g. Call on students whose number is the square of two.)
gives conclusions
Gives conclusions…,
  • Teachers with students concluded the final answer of all questions related to the material presented
  • retrieved on 29th November 2012
  • Kagan Publishing