A few ways to use a visualiser...

1⃣ I-We-You: Model success for the ‘I’ part of the process by planning or partially constructing a response to a task.
2⃣ I-We-You: Work with the class for the ‘We’ part of the process by asking for ideas and opinions.
3⃣ Gradual reveal: Conceal information and reveal it gradually to your wards – discuss as you go.
4⃣ Highlight and annotate: Focus on part of a poem, diagram or equation (etc.) and get students to follow along.
5⃣ Connect with your study booklet: Take students through the information and tasks you’ve constructed.
6⃣ Show and don’t tell: Display a piece of work and ask the class to suggest how it could be improved.
7⃣ Compare student work: Display a piece of work and ask students to compare it to their own.
8⃣ Display student work: Critique what your wards have done, emphasise what success looks like and give praise.
9⃣ Live marking: Mark a piece of student work and provide a commentary as you go.

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Some ideas for ‘prep’ or ‘recall’ tasks that students can get on with whilst you make your way over to their bubble… #TeamEnglish
1⃣ Choose a selection of letters and ask student to find fitting adjectives that describe a particular character. For example, take the letters B, F, I and T for Macbeth: brutal, flawed, insecure and tyrannical.
2⃣ Pick a range of adjectives that describe a particular character or identify a key theme and get students to find supporting quotations.
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