Group Project

Cooperation is essential in group work or project. Students work in groups to produce a particular group product to share with the whole class. Each student makes a particular contribution to the group.

Challenge:
Learning and sharing complex materials, often with multiple sources; evaluation; application; analysis and synthesis among the group.

Strategies:
Conflict resolution, discovery, application, and presentation skills


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5 comments:

eve b. cellan said...

I hope that GROUP 2 is WON AHMMMMMMMM.....because are group is so creative!!!!.... like I-JADE

kamelle legaspi said...

understanding with each other is the EFFECT of COOPERATION.
cooperation helps us do our work fast!

GINO ADRIAN M.SOLON said...

it is nice to work project with every one if everyone is cooperating

Meshlei Severino said...

this activity makes me realize that a work will be accomplished if everyone is helping.. although not all of our groupmates helped, most of us are cooperating thats why many of us got 96..

ricamaekate24_ybanez said...

in this activity , we had realized that cooperation of one group makes our work become easier.. And we can finish it successfully by helping each other, sharing our ideas.....

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