The narrator sums up the content. The artist illustrates a part of it for class display. The quizmaster prepares questions to test classmates' knowledge. The phrase picker picks salient phrases and explains why they were chosen. The word picker chooses words for different reasons, such as spelling or being unusual. The main character has to prepare for hot-seating and answering questions students might ask. Finally, the connector tries to link events to what is happening now.
Once groups have prepared their work, they present it to the rest of the class. Each group is then asked to put up a display of their work in the classroom. The method works well with different age groups.
Maria Pace, English teacher, Archbishop's Minor Seminary, Malta