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what are some strategies you would share with students who do not know how to cooperate.

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    One strategy is a relay race.

    How about grouping students in small groups to perform an interesting task -- like planning a class party?

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    3. Describe two to three strategies you would share with students who do not know how to cooperate.

    I could have the class set rules together. I will also have to be firm and consistent. It is always good also to priase the students when they are doing well.

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    Good idea.

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    ok ty

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