This week we are focusing on the use of WAGOLLs. Giving students a WAGOLL is about showing them what a brilliant answer or homework looks like, and also links to our INSET last year on Teaching Backwards. Students sometimes struggle to envisage what you want to see from them and this is checking they understand what to include, what length/format you are looking for etc. You could also create displays with WAGOLLs e.g. an example answer with annotations pointing to the criteria.
There are slightly different versions of WAGOLLs;
- - WAGOLL- What A Good One Looks Like
- - WAPOLL- What A Perfect One Looks Like
- - WAGSOLL- What A Good Started One Looks Like
Some examples can be found below.