Sir, I have chosen "Inside-Outside Circle" teaching strategy as my topic for CIA 3. I also read about "Four Corners" and found it interesting too. Please suggest which topic would be better. Thank You.

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Sir, please review this article on inside-outside circle strategy. User:Vincentvikram
Inside-Outside Circle is one of the Cooperative Learning Strategies. Students form two concentric circles and take turns on rotation to face new partners to answer or discuss teacher’s questions (1). This method can be used to gather variety of information, generate new ideas and solve problems (2).
Process of the strategy:
In inside-outside circle strategy, the teacher poses a particular question or a problem to the students. The teacher's role is to facilitate and guide discussions. Teacher divides the class into two equal groups. Inner circle is formed by one of the groups and the other group forms an outer circle. Students in the inside circle stand facing the students in the outside circle.
Teacher poses a particular question to the students. The students are given some time to think about it. Then, each student in the inner circle is given time to share their opinions about the question with his or her partner of the outside circle and vice versa. On the teacher’s signal, the students take one step to their left in the outside circle and have another quick discussion with their new partner. The teacher gives adequate time for the students to take down new ideas and information in their notebooks (3).
- It provides opportunities for classroom interaction and physical movement in class.
-Students share their ideas with new partner each time and thus, this strategy allows to gather a variety of ideas.
- It is an effective way to develop communication skills. (4)
2.Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades 7-12Gayle H. Gregory, Lin Kuzmich February 9, 2005,Corwin Press
3.Vocabulary for the New Science Standards by Robert J. Marzano, Katie Rogers, Solution Tree Press, 23-Oct-2012