A gallery walk showcases various graphic and/or textual displays while learners interact with them in a purposeful way. In the same way that an art gallery is quietly explored, the gallery walk is a quiet activity during which students take in the presented information. It is an effective way to preview material and make sure students are familiar with the concepts featured in the pesukim. By design, a gallery walk incorporates visuals to assist in comprehension. Below are instructions for how to create and use a gallery walk, along with examples of what to include in a gallery walk for various topics in Chumash.
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