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three-Step interview

three-Step interview (Kagan, 1992) is a cooperative structure in which
partners interview one another on a particular topic.
For example, in a team of three, Partner a interviews Partner b, while Partner c records
key aspects of the response. Roles rotate after each interview, allowing all members the
opportunity to be interviewed. In a group of four, the steps can progress as follows:
a interviews b, while c simultaneously interviews d. Roles reverse and b interviews a, and d interviews
c. The group of four reconvenes with each person sharing his or her partner’s response.
Three-Step Interview can be incorporated into any type of lesson, as the
content of the interview can be virtually anything


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