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Brainstorming As Presented by Samurai Panda

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FOR INTRIST S22 Group 3 - Samurai PandaBrandon PartosaPaul Ong SiuAnnalie Mariano

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  • 1. BrainstormingAs Presented by Samurai Panda

2. What is it? Brainstorming is an activity that encourages studentsto focus on a topic and share ideas. it generates aquantity of ideas from the students themselves. it teaches acceptance and respect for anotherindividuals differences it encourages learners to take risks in sharing theirideas and opinions it demonstrates to students that their knowledge arevalued and accepted it introduces the practice of idea collection prior tobeginning tasks such as writing or solving problems 3. HOW is it used? By group (can also be done on your own), define theproblem or idea to be brainstormed. Make sure that thetopic is clear. Start the brainstorming. Once you have finished brainstorming, go through theresults and begin evaluating the responses. Some initialqualities to look for when examining the responsesinclude:- looking for any answers that are repeated or similar.- grouping like concepts together.- eliminating responses that definitely do not fit. Now that you have narrowed your list down some, discussthe remaining responses as a group. 4. Cloze ProcedureAs Presented by Samurai Panda 5. What is it? Cloze procedure is a technique in which wordsare deleted from a passage and the studentsinsert words as they proceed with reading. it assesses the extent of students knowledge of asubject it encourages students to find out the meaning ofa word while reading it encourage students to think critically andanalytically about text and content E.g. With the price of f______ going up all thet______, more people are trying t___ raise someof their f_____ in their own back y______. 6. HOW is it used? Supply choices for the blanks.Just as ____________have fur, birds have ____________.(coats, animals) (feathers, wings) When learners have used the technique describedabove and can replace the appropriate words from thechoices supplied, provide passages in which every fifthword or every tenth word is randomly deleted and onlya letter or two of the correct word is available, perhapsa beginning consonant or consonant blend When the learners do well with this task, indicate onlythe blank with no additional clues. 7. Cooperative LearningAs Presented by Samurai Panda 8. What is it? Cooperative learning simultaneouslyaddresses academic and social skill learning bystudents. It is a team approach where the success of thegroup depends upon everyone pulling his orher weight. Its basically a fancy term for Group Work. 9. HOW is it used? Student groups are small, usually consisting oftwo to six members. Grouping is mixed with respect to studentcharacteristics. Members share the various roles and aremutually dependent in achieving the grouplearning goal. While the academic task is the maintask, students also learn the importance ofmaintaining group harmony, and respectingindividual views. 10. DebatingAs Presented by Samurai Panda 11. What is it? Debating is a contest of argumentation where twoopposing individuals or teams defend and attack agiven proposition. Debate forces the participants to consider not only thefacts of a situation but the implications as well. Debates require students to engage inresearch, encourage the development of listening andtalking skills, create an environment where studentsmust think critically The competitive aspects encourage engagement and acommitment to a position. 12. HOW is it used? Student groups are small, usually consisting oftwo to six members. Grouping is mixed with respect to studentcharacteristics. Members share the various roles and aremutually dependent in achieving the grouplearning goal. While the academic task is the maintask, students also learn the importance ofmaintaining group harmony, and respectingindividual views.