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Interested in learning more about how to use Thinking Pair Share method in your classroom? Or want to explain the concept to a fellow educator? These resources will help you do just that.
This Thinking Pair Share download contains:
- What is Think Pair Share? PDF – a handy summary of the Think Pair Share method and how to use it in your classroom
- Great Think Pair Share questions PDF – a list of thought-provoking, open-ended questions that you can use during Think Pair Share activities with your class
- Top tips for Think Pair Share success PDF – what you need to do to ensure that this versatile teaching method leads to the results you want
- Think Pair Share worksheet for pupils – a space for children to jot down their own thoughts, pair discussion notes and key points from your class discussion
Emma Cate Stokes is a freelance writer and former primary teacher.