Differentiation Stations Explained Thank you for stopping by and checking out our Differentiation Stations. The post below explains the structure of our Differentiation Stations. Station #1 allows the student to match vocabulary terms with the definition. This station may be used as an assessment tool or as learning guide in conjunction with a text book. Station #2 is a reading comprehension station. After reading the supplied passage, the students will answer short answer and multiple choice questions. Station #3 is the sketch station. In this station the student simply sketches a new concept. In the example shown above, the student will sketch both the hydrogen portion of the periodic table, and the covalent bonds within a water molecule. Station #4 consists of writing prompts that are asking questions concerning a reading passage. Station #5 consists of definition term cards, and an answer sheet for the student to fill in the terms. Station #6 is a great hands on activity that asks the student to create using scissors, glue, and more. The above example asks the student to cut out atom models and construct a molecule of glucose. The Differentiation Stations are kept on clip boards neatly on hooks on the classroom wall. Click on the picture above to access all of our Differentiation Stations. Thank you again for stopping by! Please click here to see all of our stations.