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635. Enhancing the students' work

One day teacher of English A said to teacher of English B, “Group working can bolster our students’ creativity. The groups should be of three members – for example – so as more easily rope each member into the work. Men and women are social by nature, and people often work in groups. If all the students contribute to the process and final result of the work, this result may be a nice consequence of each student’s creativity. Also you can find more things about group working at the labels ‘problem-solving activities’ and ‘project-works’. Working in teams can help the students become more aware of the importance of their work.” / Photo from: jpacte learningcentered org