Structured talk support student interaction that is on task and appropriate while giving students a chance to present their thinking in a less public way. Using different types of structured talk can help increase cognitive ability, help students learn to talk about and justify their thinking, increase content knowledge, and increase student engagement. Students need to be taught and reminded how to do structured talks.These posters should be hung where students can see them, so they can make sure they are following the correct procedures for structured talks. Types included: Listen & Compare, Revoice & Compare, and Interpret & Compare. These can be used for any grade level and in any subject.