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The Three-Minute Pause

The Three-Minute Pause provides a chance for students to stop, reflect on
the concepts and ideas that have just been introduced, make connections to
prior knowledge or experience, and seek clarification.

1) Summarize Key Ideas.   The teacher instructs students to get into groups
(anywhere from three to five students, usually). Give them a total of three
minutes for the ENTIRE process. First, they should focus in on the key
points of the lesson up to this point.    It's a way for them to stop to see if
they are getting the main ideas. Explain to students to pause every 10 – 15
minutes to help fix new information in their memory.

2) Add Your Own Thoughts.    Next, the students should consider prior
knowledge connections they can make to the new information. Suggested
questions: What connections can be made? What does this remind you of?
What would round out your understanding of this? What can you add?

3) Pose Clarifying Questions.   Are there things that are still not clear? Are
there confusing parts? Are you having trouble making connections? Can
you anticipate where we're headed? Can you probe for deeper insights?

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