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What is the difference between Think-Pair-Share and turn and talk?

What is the difference between Think-Pair-Share and turn and talk?

Think pair share, sometimes called turn and talk, is one of the best ways for teachers to slow down the conversation and give students time to process their ideas before verbally responding.

How do you share a think pair?

How It Works. The teacher asks an open-ended question and students think quietly about it for a minute or two. Then every student pairs up with a partner and they discuss the question for two to five minutes.

What is Think-Pair-Share in cooperative learning?

Think-Pair-Share (TPS) is a cooperative learning activity that can work in varied size classrooms and in any subject. Instructors pose a question, students first THINK to themselves prior to being instructed to discuss their response with a person sitting near them (PAIR).

Is Think-Pair-Share an assessment?

Think – Pair – Share My Partner’s Thoughts Teachers should use this activity as a formative assessment by listening to the conversations of each pair of students, more than the “Share” stage of this activity.

Why should teachers use Think-Pair-Share?

Why use think-pair-share? It helps students to think individually about a topic or answer to a question. It teaches students to share ideas with classmates and builds oral communication skills. It helps focus attention and engage students in comprehending the reading material.

What do teachers do during Think-Pair-Share?

T : (Think) Teachers begin by asking a specific question about the text. Students “think” about what they know or have learned about the topic. P : (Pair) Each student should be paired with another student or a small group. S : (Share) Students share their thinking with their partner.

Who Created Think-Pair-Share?

Frank Lyman
A simple solution to help overcome these two problems is to use Think-Pair-Share, developed by Frank Lyman. Think-Pair-Share is a low-risk strategy to get many students actively involved in classes of any size.

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