Originally Posted by orangetea
I'm not sure what you mean here.
The components of true cooperative learning are:
Providing a clear task and a group goal in which each personís efforts benefit not only that individual, but all other group members as well.
Individual and Group Accountability
The group must be accountable for achieving its goal, and each member must be accountable for their fair share of the work
Face-to-Face Promotive Interaction
Group members become personally committed to each other as well as to their mutual goal by working together, supporting and helping each other, sharing resources, communicating with each other about the work
Interpersonal and Small Group Skills
Group members must be trained in how to provide effective leadership, make decisions, build trust, communicate, and manage conflict..
Group members discuss their progress toward achieving their goals and maintaining effective working relationships.