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Faculty of Humanities and Social Science => English => Topic started by: Md. Sadequle Islam on April 05, 2018, 01:48:02 PM

Title: Increasing Student Participation 6
Post by: Md. Sadequle Islam on April 05, 2018, 01:48:02 PM
Try skills grouping.
Divide the class into groups based on what skills they need to practice – not forever, but for a class period or two, so they can focus on what they really need help with. So have a group that works on multiplying fractions, one on dividing fractions, and one on converting fractions to decimals. Make a group of “already got 100% on the test” kids and give them an extra credit activity or let them preview the next lesson. Then take time to move between the other groups and help them review. You’ll have more students engaged in the lesson and they’ll get specific, focused practice time.