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What advantage of group work do you think is most accurate?

 
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What advantage of group work do you think is most accurate?
Generates interactive language
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Offers an embracing affective climate
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Promotes learner responsibility and autonomy
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Is a step toward individualizing instruction
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bozzy



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2012 2:43 am    Post subject: What advantage of group work do you think is most accurate? Reply with quote

I am currently working towards my master's degree and I found this list of advantages of group work. I would like to know what everyone believes is the best advantage of group work, particularly in dealing with ELL students. If you think of one that's not on the poll, feel free to add it!
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