What is Interaction

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What is Interaction

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  1. Slide 1

    • What is Interaction?
  2. Interaction in a classroom

    Slide 2 - Interaction in a classroom

    • Watch this video of Interaction in a classroom
  3. Features of Interaction

    Slide 3 - Features of Interaction

    • Provide opportunities for interactions
    • Group configurations
    • Provide sufficient wait time for students
    • Give ample time for students to clarify key concepts in L1, if needed
  4. Activities for Interaction

    Slide 4 - Activities for Interaction

    • Expert Stay and Stray
    • Partner Share
    • Dinner Party
    • Dialogue Journals
    • Online Interaction: pen pals, video/Skype, blog
    • Think-Pair-Share
    • Four Corners
    • Writing Headlines
    • Send a problem
    • Open ended questions
    • Centers
    • Incorporate wait time procedures
    • Academic Conversation Starters
    • Roundtable
    • Step Interview
  5. Activities for Interaction

    Slide 5 - Activities for Interaction

    • Partner Share
    • Emails/Skype/ Video
    • Step Interview
    • Four Corners
  6. More Activities for Interaction

    Slide 6 - More Activities for Interaction

    • Work Stations
    • Open Ended Questions
    • Blogging
    • Writing Headlines
    • Give Appropriate Wait Time
  7. Directions for  Activities for Interaction

    Slide 7 - Directions for Activities for Interaction

    • Stay and Stray
    • 1. Put students into groups of 3 to 5 people in different areas of the classroom
    • 2. Provide a question that students know a lot about (different question per group)
    • 3. Give them time to think and share aloud within their group
    • 4. Have the group generate a poster with words, pictures, phrases and/or sentences that capture key information about that question. Each person needs to be involved in making and being able to explain the content.
    • 5. Randomly assign one person to “stay” and share the groups’ work as the rest of the members and groups rotate or “stray”
    • 6. Repeat rotation- the person who stays this time may be a new person or the previous one…
    • *Works nicely with “numbered heads”
    • Find Someone
    • Assign a question for students to discuss
    • Provide time for students to process independently
    • Ask students to “find someone” with the same characteristic. For example: Sole partner
    • Students find their partner “mate” and share
    • *Make a list and put in a can for easy use