Students' Attitude Towards Teaching Models

Ia Khasaia


Most methodologists acknowledge necessity of interactive methods in classroom activities. Group work is the best solution of this problem. Groups are usually more productive, creative, and motivated than individuals on their own. Group projects help students to develop skills specific to collaborative efforts, allowing students to tackle more complex problems than they could on their own. Before starting the group work, teachers set some kinds of rules for students to obey. The rules can be connected to different working process. Although most students like to be involved in them, teachers still should be very careful when they are making them get involved in a group work. They should plan it very carefully trying to involve all the group members equally. The more familiar team work becomes for students, the fewer problems they have and they learn how to use their skills. Students develop and practice skills in: decision making, problem solving, communication, critical thinking, negotiation, conflict resolution, and teamwork. To maximize these benefits, teachers try to manage group work effectively. A successful lesson that involves interesting group work activities, full of competitions and excitement will make your lessons very productive, challenging, motivating, engaging and successful.

Keywords: Group work, interaction, competition, motivation, social skills

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