**3. M-O-T-I-V-A-T-E!!**(Collaboration, Discussion)

**Description:**Students will constantly form new groups as students move to another team to share answers and to work problems.

**Application**: This strategy is best used when students need to compare information.

**Process:**Form groups of three. Tell each student within a group to number off. Give same problem to solve for each group. After a period of time, instruct only the “number 1 student” to “motivate” (move) to the next group to the right. Then, direct the students to compare and discuss solutions with new group. At end of discussion, if the solutions match, instruct students to place in green envelope. If the members of the group cannot reach a common solution, then place the problem in the red envelope and tell them that this problem will be reviewed. (This new group gets question number two; they collaborate and solve.) Instruct number two student to take the group’s answer, move two places to the right and repeat, reminding students to place solutions in appropriate envelopes. Tell student number three to move three groups to the right. Repeat process as necessary. (Submitted by Sherman Sumpter)

**3. M-O-T-I-V-A-T-E!!**

Submitted by Sumpter, S. (1995). M-O-T-I-V-A-T-E!! Cape Fear High School