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Group DynamicsThere are a number of different names given to the method of teaching groups in the classroom, but there are three general types: informal learning groups, formal learning groups, and study teams (adapted from Johnson, Johnson, and Smith, 1991). Study teams get together on their own time and are more relative to courses with complex material that require research and collaborative thinking. This would be unlikely for students of English as a second language. Formal learning groups are established to carry out an assignment as a group that will be evaluated for grade and usually extends through a large duration of the course. For our purposes this would be possible if you wanted to have the students collaborate on creating English material for a final analysis, such as creating a video or performing an act or play. The most relevant type of groups in classrooms for teaching English as a second language is the informal learning groups. These groups can be put together simply by splitting