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14:14 Sep 18, 2007
English to Portuguese translations [PRO] Education / Pedagogy
English term or phrase:in a round robin style
Give each child a worksheet and have crayons and pens available. Tell the children that everyone is going to fill in the sheet together, one balloon at a time. Tell them to start with the first balloon –After everyone has filled it in, collect one answer from each child **in a round robin style.
Explanation: Won´t it be better to say clock-wise. From what I´ve read children will be sitting in a circle and teacher will collect papers in a "clock-wise style". I´ve never heard of rodizio style before, I´m an english teacher and have never heard of this term before.
xxxOlivia Pimen Portugal Local time: 15:11 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English, Portuguese