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RallyTable
Cooperative {Pairs Writing}
1. Teacher provides a task to which

Learning there are multiple possible responses.


2. In pairs, students take turns
passing a paper and pencil (answer
board) or a team project, each writing
Structures one answer or making a contribution.
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RallyRobin
{Pairs Talking}
RoundTable
{Team Writing}
1. Team shares one piece of
1. Teacher poses a problem to
paper.
which there are multiple
2. Each person adds own idea to
possible responses.
one list – passing around the
2. In pairs, students take turns
paper many times.
stating responses or solutions.
-good for brainstorming-

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SUHUPU
1. Teacher says, “StandUp, HandUp, PairUp” •
RallyCoach
Partners take turns, one solving a
2. Students stand up and keep one hand high in the
air until they find the closest partner who’s not a problem while the other coaches.
teammate. Students do a ‘high five’ and put their • Then partners switch roles.
hands down. • Useful for any process or
3. Teacher asks a question/gives a problem and
provides think time. procedure with a definite
4. Partners interact using: pair discussion, right/wrong.
RallyRobin, Timed Pair Share.

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ShowDown
1.
2.
Teams each have a set of question cards.
Teacher selects one student on each team to be the
Showdown Captain for the first round.
RoundRobin
{Team Talking}
3. The Showdown Captain draws the top card, reads the
question, and provides think time. 1. Teacher assigns a topic or
4. All students work alone to solve/respond
5. When finished, teammates signal they’re ready question with multiple possible
6. Showdown Captain calls, “Showdown” answers
7. Teammates show and discuss their answers.
8. Showdown Captain leads the checking. 2. In teams, students respond orally,
9. If correct, the team celebrates; if not, teammates tutor, each in turn taking about the same
then celebrate.
10. The person on the left of the Showdown Captain amount of time. (30 seconds each)
becomes the Showdown Captain for the next round.

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Corners 1.
Line Ups
The leader describes the line by height,
1. Identify 4 “labels”, one for each birthdays, alphabetical by name, number of
pets, distance to vacation spot, length of last
corner. name, length of hair, color of eyes, amount
of jewelry, number of hours of sleep, middle
2. Have students select the initial, etc.
corner that best represents 2. Participants line up.
3. The line is split or folded to form pairs.
themselves or their position. 4. Pairs discuss.

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Draw-What-I-Say 1.
Draw-What-I-Write
Each student on a team of four makes a picture
making sure the other teammates cannot see the
1. Students working in pairs make a picture.
picture but they don’t let the other 2. Students then take time to describe their figure in
writing as clearly as possible.
pair on the team see the picture. 3. Students return to their teams and work in pairs
2. Students return to their team and exchanging written descriptions without showing the
original drawings.
attempt to communicate their 4. Teammates attempt to produce the figure from the
picture with the other pair so well description.
that the other pair can draw it. 5. Afterwards, pairs compare the originals with the
attempts.

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Jot Thoughts 1.
Jigsaw
Teacher poses task.
1. Students each have multiple slips of paper/post-its.
2. Each student is given a responsible
2. Teacher names a topic, sets a time limit, and
provides think time. (“In three minutes how many (# of problems, paragraph in a
questions can you write that have the answer 17?” passage etc.)
“What are ways we can reduce poverty?”) 3. Each student completes their task
3. Students write and announce as many ideas as they
individually.
can in allotted time, one idea per slip of paper.
4. Each slip of paper is placed in the center of the table; 4. When everyone is done, the team gets
students attempt to ‘cover the table’. back together to share/discuss.

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Show Me! Team Show Me!


1. Teacher poses question
1. Teacher poses question 2. All students in groups discuss
2. All students white on the answer
whiteboards 3. Team Lead writes the final
3. Teach says “Show Me!” answer on behalf of the group
4. All students hold up boards 4. Teacher says “Show Me!”
5. Team Lead holds up board
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Fan-N-Pick Mind Mapping
1. Teacher announces topic.
1. Each team receives a set of question cards,
about 8 cards per team.
2. Each student is given a different color pen
2. Student #1 holds question cards in a fan and or marker and the team is given one large
says, “Pick a card” poster sized piece of paper where they
3. Student #2 picks a card, reads the question out write the topic in the center in a rectangle.
load and allows five seconds of Think Time (i.e. Family)
4. Student #3 answers the question 3. RoundTable on the core concepts (i.e., Pets,
5. Student #4 paraphrases the answer that
student #3 just gave
Kids, Mom, Dad, Vacation) in ovals.
6. Group praises or coaches 7. Students switch 4. Add to the word web with additional
roles, one person clockwise for each new round rounds or RoundTable or a free-for-all.

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Fist-to-Five Give-One, Get-One


Setup: give students a sheet of paper with two
columns – Give-One and Get-One
1. Students individually brainstorm to fill up their
1. Leader poses a statement. Give-One column.
2. Participants raise fingers 2. When done, students stand.
3. Students mix and find others. They Give-One
from one to five to indicate idea/application to their partner and Get-One in
return. Students write their partners
their position. idea/application in the Get-One column.
4. Students move on to find new partners.

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1.
Mix-Pair-Share
Students mix around room
Numbered Heads Together
1. Teacher prepares questions
2. Teacher calls “Freeze”, “Pair”, or stops music, 2. Students number off
students pair up with the person closest to 3. Teacher poses a problem/asks a question and gives
them and do a high five. Those that haven’t think time
4. Students think and privately write their answers
found a partner raise their hand.
(paper, answer boards)
3. Teacher asks a question / gives a problem /
5. Students lift up from their chairs to put their heads
gives vocabulary word / etc. and gives think together, show answers, and discuss and teach
time 6. Students sit down when everyone knows the answer
4. Students group according to the number of or has something to share and erase their boards.
the answer 7. Teacher calls a number. The student with that number
5. Remaining students go to “Lost” and “Found” from each team answer

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Pairs Check
1. Partner A solves the first problem/question Quiz-Quiz-Trade
2. Partner B watches and listens, checks, coaches and 1. Teacher, or students, generate
praises question/problem cards
3. Switch roles for another problem/question. 2. Stand up, hand up, pair up. Exchange
4. Partner B solves another problem/question greetings.
5. Partner A watches and listens, checks, coaches and 3. Partner A quizzes
praises 4. Partner B answers
6. Both pairs (all four students in the group) reunite 5. Partner A coaches or praises
and compare their answers. If they disagree and 6. Switch roles
are unable to figure why, four hands go up. 7. Partners trade cards & mix again
Otherwise, the team celebrates.

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1.
Spend-A-Buck
Each person needs 10 play dollars. Stand-N-Share
Options to be voted on are written on
separate cards or slips of paper. These 1. Teacher poses an issue.
can be supplied by the teacher or written 2. Teams discuss ideas.
out by the students. 3. Students stand and share with
2. Students put a dollar on each alternative.
3. Students spend remaining dollars any
the large group.
way they want. 4. Students sit when all their team
4. Teams count the results to determine the ideas have been shared.
team decision.

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Sum-the-Ranks Take Off-Touch Down


1. Participants are provided with, or have
created, a list of alternatives. 1. Students stand (TakeOff) when
2. Each team member ranks the items from the
top choice to the last choice. (The top choice they agree with a question.
gets the highest number)
3. In teams, ranks are summed for each 2. Students sit (touchdown)
alternative.
4. Representatives from each team post their when they don’t agree with a
sums. Team scores are totaled and the item question.
with the highest score is selected.

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Talking Chips 1.
Pairs Compare
Teacher provides a question that has multiple
1. Teams have chips (two per person). possible responses and provides think time.
2. Teacher provides a discussion topic and 2. RallyTable: Shoulder partners share answers.
provides think time. They ‘keep it a secret’ from the other pair.
3. Any student begins the discussion, placing one 3. Teacher calls time.
of his/her chips in the center of the table. 4. Pairs Compare: Pairs pair to RoundRobin their
4. Any student with a chip continues discussing, answers. For each answer, the face partner in the
using his/her chip. other pair adds their answer to that pair’s list, or
5. When all chips are used, teammates each checks it off if they already had it.
collect their own chips and continue the 5. Team Challenge: As a team, students generate new
discussion using their talking chips. Teams are answers, taking turns within pairs recording
never finished (until teacher says/timer). answers on their pair lists.

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Timed—Pair-Share Instant Star


1. Problem/Question is posed 1. Teacher asks a question.
2. Teacher calls for think time.
2. Students think alone for a
3. Teacher randomly calls a number.
specified time 4. The student on each team with that
3. Student A shares (30 seconds), number stands and shares her/his
then B Shares (3 seconds) thought or answer with teammates.
4. Each team share with the class 5. Teammates praise or coach.

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Find Someone Who
Setup: Teacher prepares a worksheet or problems, or One Stray
1. A number is randomly called and that student
questions for students.
from each team stands up, others remain seated
1. Students mix in the class, keeping a hand raised until
and raise their hands.
they find a partner
2. Teacher calls “Stray.”
2. In pairs, A asks B a question/problem, B responds.
3. Standing students stray to a team that has their
A records answer on answer sheet, expresses
hands up and is welcomed by the new team.
appreciation.
4. Teams lower their hands when a new member
3. B checks and initials.
joins them.
4. Partners switch, and repeat
5. Students work in their new teams to share of
5. Partners shake hands, part, raise their hand and
gather information.
find another partner to repeat the process until
Optional: Students return to their original team and
worksheet is complete.
share what they learned when they strayed.

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1.
Find-the-Fiction
Teammates write three statements/problems etc.: two Team-Pair-Solo
true and one false. {Gradual Release}
2. One student on each team stands and reads statements
to teammates. 1. Team work together to solve
3. Without consulting teammates, each student writes
down his/her own best guess which statement is false. problem.
4. Teammates RoundRobin (show guesses) and defend
their ‘best guess’.
2. Pairs work together to solve
5. Teammates announce their guess(es), or write them problem.
down.
6. Standing student announces the false statement. 3. Individuals work alone to solve
7. Students celebrate & Repeat process with another
teammate.
problem.

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Gambits! Heterogeneous Groups
praising saying bye best for academic & social gain
greeting
• Nice work! • I’m glad I
• Hello! • You tried got to work High Medium High
• How are really hard! with you.
you? [A] [B]
• That was a • Keep up the
• Good great idea. great work.
morning! • You did an • See ya later!
• Good to excellent job. Low Medium Low
see you! • You never [B] [A]
gave up!

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Ways to Coach Good to Remember!


• Teach a quiet signal (Give me 5)
“I really like how you…” • STOP a structure right away if
“What if you tried...” students seem confused and reteach.
“Why did you…” • To accommodate various learners,
you may want to pair up two
“How did you...” students to work as one.
“Let’s think about...” • Use structures for academic AND
“What do you think about...” nonacademic activities.

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Ask Questions/Call on Student Complete a Worksheet
instead use instead use
• Round Table
• Rally Table • Rally Coach
• Rally Robin • Show Down
• Talking Chips • Numbered Heads Together
• All-Write Round Robin
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Reviewing for a Quiz After/During Lecture


try using try using
• Fan-N-Pick
• Quiz-Quiz Trade
• Talking Chips
• Numbered Heads Together • Round Robin
• Show Down • Timed Pair Share
• Find Someone Who • Rally Robin
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Get Students Up & Moving Decision Making
try using try using
• SUHUPU • Spend-A-Buck
• Take Off-Touch Down • Sum-the-Ranks
• Line Ups • Fist-to-Five
• Corners • Corners
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How to Teach a Structure


1. Refer to it by name, so students
Principles - PIES
• Positive Interdependence
become familiar with the different o(Does a gain for one student benefit another?)
structures • Individual Accountability
2. Post a visual of the steps o Each student must perform in front of
3. Explain the steps someone else.
4. Model with a group • Equal Participation
5. Have students practice & check for o Same turns/timed
understanding • Simultaneous Interaction
6. Then officially begin o Students feel engaged.

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