I am doing my student teaching, and my supervisor is coming in on Friday. I am trying to finalize the lesson. Background info: We have started a unit today which involves the reading of a ver short story. Then, students (in groups) began creating posters. There are 8 groups, 4 poster templates, and each group is assigned a specific poster to create. The groups are creating posters, which are: the 5w's (who, what, where, etc.)-Poster 1, vocabulary (word-meaning-and visual representation of the meaning)-Poster 2, Description of the beginning, middle, and end-Poster 3, and a statement about whether the character's action was a good choice or poor choice, including three reasons to justify that statement. So, each group creates one of those posters. They present on Friday. What else should I do with it? The information is basic and simple. I was thinking to use the poster presentation as a review of the story, and after presentations, I will give students questions that require higher level thinking. Does this sound ok? Or, are there other suggestions as to what I should do after the groups present their posters? Please help!