This three-part strategy provides students with time to process information and then demonstrate their learning. This is a small group activity.

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This strategy helps students develop their thinking processes while providing students with a sense of control and a higher sense of their academic ability. This is a small group activity.

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The Question Creation Chart (also known as a Q-Chart or Q-Matrix) provides students with a framework for developing a range of personally meaningful questions, encompassing both close-ended factual questions and open-ended, divergent questions.

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This strategy provides students with opportunity to either activate prior knowledge on a topic or consolidate recently-learned information. This strategy is for use with small groups of students

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This strategy helps students develop online research capabilities as they “hunt” for selected pieces of information using predetermined “clues.”

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This is a decision-making tool where students organize information acquired from reading text, listening or viewing resources and interpret the information to determine the positive (pros) or negative (cons) aspects of an issue.

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Print-Video Venn Diagram is an individual or small group learning strategy to help students obtain and summarize information presented from both a text and a related video.

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This strategy helps students to identify the similarities and differences between two subjects or concepts using 5Ws and an H.

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READ-VIEW-LISTEN is a small group learning strategy to help students obtain and summarize information presented in different ways (text, images, audio) in a video.

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An Exit Slip strategy is useful for student reflection on knowledge learned through reading, viewing or instruction.

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