I know that center work is not new in a classroom setting, but it was new to my classroom last school year. My students had done an outstanding job on a comic/cartoon project using the subjunctive, and I wanted them to spend some time reading and viewing each other’s work. The problem was I had too many students per class to do this in an effective manner, so during a brainstorming session at lunch & through email several colleagues (thanks again Charlie, Andrea, Gail, MaryAnn & Rod) helped me flesh out a plan. The most visually creative pieces were placed on a bulletin board for students to read and enjoy. Rod gave me some ideas on how to structure a student centered evaluation for the students to use with the pieces. In order to practice listening skills, I had former students record a mini-podcast of another comic strip, and my students did a cloze activity with it. A third comic was used as pronunciation practice in a station using dropboxes from CLEAR. Students selected a part and performed the script with each other. All of the Animoto and ToonDoo cartoons were viewed online. The rest of the comics were stapled in a booklet for small groups to read at a 5th station. The last station had students working on grammar and sentence structure with translation work. They had about 7-8 minutes at each station, and not all students made it through the six centers.