There’s nothing to touch these, right?
You can write anything you like on them; stick them on the wall, floor, table, some people even stick them on their computer (eat your heart out web 2.0); you can move them around… The possibilities are numerous and varied.
- write different words on them and challenge your students to make statements, questions, exclamations, … (taking a leaf out of Emma Herrod’s book)
- write up examples of good language use by or areas to improve for your students, either to display or for discussion/ feedback
- draw pictures on them, or ask your students to do so, to capture emergent language as images; or to clarify meaning
- even make a story with them
Post-it notes = the best technology ever?