The students often create charts to explain the work they have been doing on classroom handouts. This gives them a chance to explain their work, and is important in reinforcing what they have learned, practicing literacy skills, and being comfortable with having their work displayed. The charts may simply be taped to the wall, or they can first serve as the centerpiece of a presentation. In all cases, the students understand that the chart needs to be accessible to others. We have a rubric that describes four levels of achievement in the quality of the chart.