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All Street Law programs use a variety of interactive instructional methods. These methods help students develop critical-thinking, problem-solving, and participation skills while engaging them in their own learning.
Specifically, these strategies help students
The table below contains helpful information about choosing which interactive teaching strategies to use in a lesson plan/teaching activity. For step-by-step instructions, click on the strategy name in the "type" column.
Fish Bowl Tag Discussion
Small Group Work
Structured Conversation for Controversial Issues
Think, Pair, Share
Role-play: Participants feel like, think like, and/or act like another individual and “act out” a particular problem or situation
Simulation: Participants react to a specific problem within a structured environment
This chart was adapted by Margaret Fisher for Street Law, Inc. from Michael W. Runner, JD, Family Violence Prevention Fund, based in part on Curriculum Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process and Product, Waldrop and Conner, 1994, JERITT.
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