‘Does using “one-to-one-in-a-group” help overcome embarrassment at performing in a group?’ by Adrian Underhill & Jim Scrivener

Adrian Underhill & Jim Scriveners’ latest blog post is titled ”Does using “one-to-one-in-a-group” help overcome embarrassment at performing in a group?”.

Adrian and Jim say, ”This is a short piece, continuing the topic of “one-to-one-in-a-group” addressed in Jim’s long piece yesterday and Adrian’s own earlier article.” In a recent conversation between Adrian Underhill and teacher Louise Guvett, she said, ” I think when one learner has an individual problem they become shy. Perhaps, by helping this student individually to begin with, but then including the rest of the class…. I find that the other learners are keen to get involved, but the learner who’s making the error becomes shyer.”

Does using “one-to-one-in-a-group” help overcome embarrassment at performing in a group?

Adrian Underhill & Jim Scriveners’ Blog

Komal Mahida

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