MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

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MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

Maria Dantas
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After watching the video presentation " Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management," implement a cooperative activity in your class assigning different roles to your students:
-- Volume Monitor
-- Language Monitor
-- Participation Monitor
-- Topic/Time Monitor
Take pictures or videos of your students during the activity. Post your pictures/video here and write a short description of your students' performance.
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Re: MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

kathleen González
Very interesting topic about Building Autonomy Through Cooperative Classroom Management. I think collaboration is the key to make connections with the students and make learning more easy for them.
                                   
I did a rainbow learning activity as a feedback from the slides, students were developing a debate. Some of them played roles, such as: monitor, secretary, president, guests.. we can change the roles depending  the topic or the activity selected, keep in mind that every student needs to play and important role to collaborate with their groups.
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Re: MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

danavernon
Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management,for a large classes it be helpful
because it maintain control and be Monitoring easy.



Who AM I?
Sample of a list of Famous person.each team choose a leader,who will answer question from a team
members.The students if the Team guess the Famous person  within the time limit ,they will get points,
the Team which has highest number the correct Guesses is the Winner.
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Re: MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

Yenisbeth Guerra
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Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management is very interesting because Students will be able working in groups, talking, and composing ideas which can be a loud process at times. A well managed class can benefit the most from cooperative learning teams and activities.



During this class, they saw a video and after, I did a spiderman learning activity as a feedback from Students learn how to teach one another and explain material in their own words. Students are free to interact as much or as little as they need to in an attempt to meet their goals and needs.
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Re: MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

Neilys Coffre
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I really enjoyed this module 3 about Cooperative Classroom Management. THe RAINBOW LEARNING STRATEGY is very useful and interesting that help students cooperative learning and encrease the participation in class activities, specially speaking activities.

Colors and their roles

RED: volume monitor: like a tv control.
ORANGE: language monitor: say others to speak in English.
YELLOW:participation monitor: encourage participation.
GREEN: topic monitor: remind which is the topic. Stop others when necessary.
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Re: MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

carlos De Gracia
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Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management is one important step in helping students to increase their knowledge and at the same time sharing knowledge in the classroom.



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Re: MODULE 3: Building Autonomy through Cooperative Classroom Management

Ana Aizpurúa
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Cooperative classroom- Different roles






Cooperative classroom  activity was  useful because my students were concentrated, and all shared and provided ideas about it. Students participated and shared  ideas about a reading a personal changes and goals in the future.  Each one worked together and helped each other. They liked the different roles that they chose at the beginning of the activity.