What is the difference between "activities" and "techniques" in teaching methodology?
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Activities are things the students do that involve interaction. A game is an activity, but completing individual excercises is not.
Techniques are approaches the teacher uses to teach the students. Using fingers to indicate which word in a sentence is wrong is a technique.