Checklist for working in groups on a project on the web-site for teachers and learners of English as a secondary language from a German point of view
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Checklist for groups working on projects

1. The relation between the class and the teacher are good. The teacher's authority
     is unquestioned.

2. The students are eager to test new forms of learning.
3. The basic skills are practised in former classes or  introduced in a practising step on working in
     teams before you start with the topic:

4. What we consider: 5. We make or have a project plan made including: 6. The class prepares a classroom test (Klassenarbeit) i.e. the class suggests let's say 30 items
     and 15 will be found in the test. Perhaps there will be a test which contains two parts:
     a single test for everyone and a group test.

7. Every group presents their results to the class in a way that everyone knows all the main
    facts. Try to find an opportunity to present the results of the group work to a larger audience:
    parents' meeting, school magazine, exhibition in your school hall, internet


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