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03/08 - Later Years Lesson Samples and Plans by Mind Map: 03/08 - Later Years Lesson Samples  and Plans
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03/08 - Later Years Lesson Samples and Plans


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Jigsaw Groups Activity

Artut,P.D. and Tarim, K., (2007).The Effectiveness of Jigsaw II on Prospective Elementary School Teachers.Asia- Pacific Journal of Teacher Education.35(2),129-141. doi:10.1080/1359866070126855 The Jigsaw Group method was developed by Aronson (1979) as a way of increasing interdependence and cooperation. The method also aims to increase the academic performance of less able students while still allowing gifted students to flourish. The Wiki activity we are doing is a form of jigsaw groups. The method involves dividing a large subject (e.g. thinking tools) into smaller topics (e.g. Jigsaw Groups) and assigning them to groups of students. The groups research their topics thoroughly and then present their findings for the rest of the group. The students discuss their thoughts on the "big picture" and how all the pieces of the jigsaw fit together. This would be good method to use for students who have a grasp of research skills and can clearly communicate their findings.  Reference: Aronson, E.,(1979).Jigsaw Groups and the Desegregated Classroom: In Pursuit of Common Goals. Personality & social Psychology Bulletin. 5(4).438. doi:10.1177/014616727900500405

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