Wednesday, October 19
11:35-11:55 AM

Collaborative Activities on Writing a Handbook in Class

Brief Paper ID: 34264
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    Akiko Nagayama
    Toyama National College of Technology
  2. Shinji Toga
    Toyama National College of Technology
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    Yoshinori Naruse
    Toyama National College of Technology
  4. Yotsumi Yoshii
    Toyama National College of Technology

Abstract: This paper is a report on the findings of an educational practice conducted in writing a manual. Collaborative activities were conducted after making equipment. Engineering learners and non-engineering learners formed three groups to accomplish their task. Because of diverse background of learners, group work increase learners’ awareness and capacities. Findings indicate that group work in listening and writing activities was effective. Educators should design a curriculum to fit learners’ needs.

Presider: Roni Linser, Fablusi


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