Am I the only one who doesn't see the point of a Working Wall? I can understand sharing objectives and success criteria and all that malarky - but these things need to be displayed in a big readable, copyable format on the interactive white board. If you fill your displays with a numeracy working wall and a literacy working wall then these blasted things would have to be huge in order to be of any use. I have seen many examples where teachers claim that they are useful i.e. here but how can any of these be of use when the kids won't be able to see all those little bits of paper from their desks. I have displayed connectives and openers and punctuation in my room because I constantly refer to them - but they take up two huge displays as it is - so that they are large enough for everyone to see from where they are. But I have been told that these are most definitely not Working Walls. Are we meant to just plaster a space on the wall with targets, vocabulary, objectives, examples, success criteria and then get the kids to go up to the wall in small groups to stand and ponder?? I just don't get it.