Being able to contribute to a group discussion is a valuable skill to have in just about every area of life. Here's your chance to be a fly-on-the-wall at a meeting between students who are planning an end of term event. Some of the things they do help the meeting make progress. Others get in the way and inhibit the discussion. By spotting the difference, you discover for yourself the principles of effective group discussion.
How effective was the discussion? How well did it start, and how well did it finish? What did the students do (or not do) that got in the way of the discussion making any real progress? Reflect on what you saw going on in the meeting then watch the next video to check your analysis against the presenter's.