- To solve questions, exercises, problems... - To activate previous knowledge - To assure the information processing of the whole classroom - To summarize and synthesize - To solve doubts, make corrections and contrast answers
1. The teacher makes a question. 2. Each student individually answers the question. 3. They share their answers with their partner (twin) in order to have a complete answer. 4. Then, each pair shares their information with the other pair of the group to make the answer better. 5. The teacher ask a person of each group of four to give their answers in order to have a complete answer in the big group.
In the 3rd group of Primary Education in Science we will use this technique in order to review the Topic related to animals. I will explain the students the steps to follow while working. Every 5 minutes they will change from individual to pair and then group work. The question I will pose will be: ANIMAL CLASSIFICATION AND CHARACTERISTICS