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Dealing with the Difficulties of Group Work
People problems
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There is no attempt to get to know each other as people.
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One or two people try to dominate the others.
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Some group members try to monopolise the discussion.
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Some group members do not speak at all – they just sit in silence.
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Most of the group wants to talk – and not listen.
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Individual members’ ideas are ridiculed or dismissed by other group members.
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Group members are reluctant to take the initiative to start a discussion.
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Individual members’ ideas are ridiculed or dismissed by other group members.
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Individual members prove to be unreliable: they do not do what they say they will do.
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Two or three group members quarrel and create a bad atmosphere.
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Some group members are deliberately isolated or ignored.
Process problems

There are no ‘ground rules’ agreed
on.

There is a lack of clarity on the
purpose of the activity set.

Specific roles or tasks are not
agreed and delegated to group
members.

No deadlines/timeframes are
agreed on/ known.

There is no lead person agreed
or allocated for each activity.

Activities start late or run on over
time.
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No record of the activity is made.
Adapted from: Learnhigher (n.d.) Making Groupwork Work. [Online]. Available at: http://tinyurl.com/p8zlnxt (Accessed: 21 March 2014).
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