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- Within Concentric Circles, the teacher divides the class into two equal groups.
- One group makes a circle, with each student facing out. The second half of the students form another circle around the first circle.
- Each student should have a partner either from the inside circle or vice versa.
- The teacher then asks a question/delegates a task.
- The students in the inner circle go first, and then the outer circle students share.
- What makes Concentric Circles so effective for EAL students is the practice they get listening and speaking in English.