Student- Team- Achievement –Division

by Mr. Ray Naibaho

 Step 1                   The teacher presents a lessons via lectures, textbook, etc
Step 2                   Heterogeneous teams of four or five students study together in preparation for individually taking on the material presented by the teacher. Teams often choose team names.
Step 3                   students take the quiz.
Step 4                   Each student’s score on the quiz and their average on past quizzes are used to calculate and how many points the students earn for their team. The point of all team members are summed, and the average calculated for each team to count for each team rewards such as certificates. These points are completely separate from grade which is based solely on the individual’s quiz score, without reference to whether they have improved or how well the teammates did.

Team –Games- Tournament

Note: Step 1 and 2 are the same as in STAD. However, rather  than  taking  quizzes on the material presented  by the teacher, Students take part in academic tournament in order to win points for their team.
Step  1                  The teacher presents a lesson via lecture, textbook, etc
Step 2                   Heterogeneous team of four or five students study together in preparation for invidually taking a quiz on the material presented by the teacher. Team often chooses the names.
Step 3                   Students leave their teams and go to tournament tables. At each table are three students from different teams. Each student is roughly similar in terms of achievement. A set of cards is at the table. Each card has one question based on the teacher presentation.
Step 4                   At the tournament tables, students take turn reading aloud and trying to answer questions on the card. The other can challenge answer if they think they’re wrong. The correct answer is on the back of the card. The students who answer the most cards correctly earn 60 points for their team, with 40 for second place, and 20 for the third. In the event of a tie, students get the average number of the place of points for the places (first, second or third) involved for example, if there is a tie for first  or second, they each get 50 points.                  

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