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In Starr Sackstein’s high school classroom, her stations consisted of video tutorials created by the students themselves.
Before I knew the term Gallery Walk, I shared a strategy similar to it called Chat Stations, where the teacher prepares discussion prompts or content-related tasks and sets them up around the room for students to visit in small groups.
Basic Structure: A statement that has two possible responses—agree or disagree—is read out loud.
Depending on whether they agree or disagree with this statement, students move to one side of the room or the other.
From there, students continue the conversation, prompting one another to support their claims with textual evidence.
” or “What literary works should every person read?
” Have students generate responses by writing ideas on post-it notes (one idea per note) and placing them in no particular arrangement on a wall, whiteboard, or chart paper.
Three of these groups are assigned to represent specific points of view.
Members of the fourth group are designated as “provocateurs,” tasked with making sure the discussion keeps going and stays challenging.