A class round-up is an activity where the teacher and learners summarise what they have been doing during the class. Class round-ups are important not only to focus learner attention on information but also to help the process of remembering it.

Example
The learners have been practising techniques for a formal reading exam and at the end of the class each learner shares one useful tip with the group.

In the classroom
Class round-ups can also be done after the lesson in the form of e-mail, or on a class blog.

Further links:

https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/learner-training-young-learners

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