This structure allows students to move and interact in small groups. Movement and interaction are important to energize brain and body allowing for healthy concentration and performance. The teacher asks a question or proposes a topic. Each corner of the room is designated as an area representing a different response to the topic. Students then move to the appropriate corner corresponding to their own thinking. Interpersonally, they take turns speaking and listening, practicing good manners for interaction and respecting the viewpoints of others. Intra-personally, it provides the teacher with a perspective of individuals and their ability to affirm their personality.
This structure topic is: Halloween trick-or-treating topics.
- What do you fear more of these four? Insects, Reptiles, Horror Movies, or Public Performing?
- What is your favorite candy?
- If you could be a monster for Halloween, which would you choose?" Frankenstein, Vampire, Mummy, Devil, and Swamp Thing.