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in all approaches/methods in teaching which are the more interactive? less interactive?
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Interactive teaching methods include: debates, role playing, panels, brainstorming, peer partner learning, laboratory groups,problem solving, structured controversy.

Less interactive methods include: Structured overview, Lectures, Explicit teaching, drill and practice, compare and contrast, didactic questions,demonstrations.

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