Reflection: Student Grouping Jig-Saw Teaching of Az Regions: An Adaptation of the Jig-Saw Discussion Activity, Day One - Section 4: Appointing a Group Leader and Assigning Roles:


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Jig-Saw Teaching of Az Regions: An Adaptation of the Jig-Saw Discussion Activity, Day One

Unit 17: Researching Basics
Lesson 1 of 10

Objective: SWBAT to teach their classmates about the regions of Arizona through the creation of a factual group made poster.

Big Idea: To break up reading sections and to assign learning and teaching responsibility is the goal of this Jig-Saw activity. It supports cooperative learning, gives structural support, and creates ownership of learning.

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