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anyone got any good group work methods/ activities?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by DJL, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. DJL

    DJL

    I'm a recent returner to primary (currently supply y5/6) and shorter on ideas at the moment than I used to be. My 'lively' (prone to disruptive) class would benefit from and enjoy some structured group work I think. I have some work they need to present somehow (we made notes as a class following interview with a visitor). Any good ideas about how I could get small groups to present this? Thanks.
     
  2. DJL

    DJL

    I'm a recent returner to primary (currently supply y5/6) and shorter on ideas at the moment than I used to be. My 'lively' (prone to disruptive) class would benefit from and enjoy some structured group work I think. I have some work they need to present somehow (we made notes as a class following interview with a visitor). Any good ideas about how I could get small groups to present this? Thanks.
     

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