Students learn to exchange information and knowledge effectively, while learning to evaluate and tolerate another person’s opinion.


Part of a lesson or whole lesson.


  • Step 1: the teacher divides the class into groups of three or four people and gives each group a different task, related to the same topic: problem, exercise, etc.
  • Step 2: each student first thinks of the solution to the group’s problem and writes it down concisely.
  • Step 3: Now the pupils change groups as follows: one member of the group remains seated, while the others move to the other groups, so that at each group table there is one pupil from each original group.
  • Step 4: in the new groups, the participants explain their problem and its solution to each other; the listeners take notes again and ask questions for clarification.
  • Step 5: all return to the original groups and pass on the knowledge they have acquired.


  • Each group is asked to make an interactive reading in Figma based on a set of characters. Each student makes his or her personal proposal; then shares it with the other groups; finally the students return to their original group and make a joint proposal.
  • Series of experiments.
  • In language classes, for example, collect the answers to “What will your holiday be like”.