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 +====== Cooperative Learning Structures ======
  
 +===== Four Corners =====
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 +> A Four Corners debate requires students to show their position on a specific statement (strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree) by standing in a particular corner of the room. This activity elicits the participation of all students by requiring everyone to take a position. Use this as a warm-up activity by asking students to respond to a statement about a topic they will be studying. It can also be an effective follow-up activity by asking students to apply what they have learned when framing their arguments, or you can use it as a pre-writing activity to elicit arguments and evidence prior to essay writing. ((source: https://​www.facinghistory.org/​resource-library/​teaching-strategies/​four-corners))
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 +===== Graphic Organizers =====
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 +===== Structured Overview =====
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 +> A structured overview is a graphic organiser used to arrange the key words and concepts on a topic. They may be completed individually or collaboratively. The words are organised in a hierarchical structure, beginning with the topic heading. Lines connect the words or subtopics showing their relationship to the central idea and to each other. ((source: http://​esolonline.tki.org.nz/​ESOL-Online/​Teacher-needs/​Pedagogy/​ESOL-teaching-strategies/​Reading/​Structured-overview))
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