Hey! I am gonna tell you about steps in the tutorial process!
First, the students have to take cornell notes during class.
Then, students have to complete the tutorial request form and review cornell notes or study for a quiz or test, right?
Yeah, then the teacher has to divide the class into 7 groups and each group has one teacher
But as soon as they enter the room, the teachers have to check the TRFs and the Cornell notes don't they?
Then, the student who Is called up in the board has to talk about his work that he did on his/her TRF, students or teachers are allowed to ask question about his/her TRF and all students must take notes
Don't the students have to try to help the person who is presenting help him/her understand her point of confusion?
The students also have to write a little paragraph about what they viewed during the point of confusion during the presenter was presenting
You can repeat steps 5 and 6 if you have enough time
And then, the students have to turn their TRF so they can be graded
And then, the students have to turn in their TRFs so they can be graded
Finally the Teachers, Students, or tutors question the tutorial process, and say what they learned