Workshop usually means there is a component of a direct instruction mini lesson (whole group), independent work time (with teacher checking in with individuals), and an element of share out at the end. Group work usually means students are working together on a project of some kind.
Check this out for a video using the workshop model in writing: https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/the-workshop-model
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