This professional enquiry tested the effects of using think -pair-share in a classroom. Think-Pair-Share, consists of a three step learning process. First, pupils think quietly on their own about a given question. Next, they share their thoughts with a partner. Then they share their findings and conclusion on a classroom level (Kagan, 2009).
Think Pair-Share, is a learning strategy that allows the child to internalise the knowledge given by the teacher and then to discuss it with other children in order to actively own the knowledge.
This professional enquiry aimed at finding out whether the learning strategy Think-Pair-Share enhances pupil participation and understanding of Modern Languages.