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  1. 1. www.wallwisher.com
  2. 2. Go to www.wallwisher.com and you can start building your wall right away!
  3. 3. Building your wall is very simple! Wallwisher walks you through it. Just provide the info and your wall will be ready in minutes! You can add images , video or a weblink to your sticky note. Text in a sticky note needs to be 160 characters or less
  4. 4. Sample wall built with the help of Interlink 5 students after a lesson about mobiles. Participants just need to click anywhere on the wall to add a sticky note there.
  5. 5. <ul><li>Create a video wall, embed videos for students to watch and then comment on. Ask them to create their own video walls. </li></ul><ul><li>Put story elements in order using &quot;first, next, then, finally&quot; for retelling. </li></ul><ul><li>Use as a “meeting place&quot; where students post questions. </li></ul><ul><li>A Current Events Wall - Students post link to story and the most interesting events can be discussed in class. </li></ul>Suggested Activities
  6. 6. Maximizing Speaking Opportunities with Wallwisher. Picture Narrating Students tell a story based on sequential pictures posted by the teacher. Teacher provides rubrics that can include the vocabulary or structure they need to use while narrating. This helps students express ideas in an organized way following the format of beginning, development and ending, including character and setting. Teacher can rearrange pictures in order to have different stories and stimulate quick and creative thinking.