Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up

Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up

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Students stand up, put their hands up, and quickly find a partner with whom to share or discuss. This structure can be used to discuss open-ended questions or to give a small assignment.

This structure is also a good option for putting students into random teams by using with the Pairs Pair structure.

Refer to page 6.74 in a Kagan Cooperative Learning book.

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Attach a picture of your students engaged in a Stand Up, Hand Up, Pair Up activity, with a description of how you used this structure.

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