I have really been intrigued the last couple of years with trying to incorporate all of Marzano's strategies into my curriculum. The one that I find the most appealing is when I am dealing with non-linguistic representations. I have found two things that have been great for differentiation in my classroom. Technology integration and doing a variety of activities in which students delve into non-linguistic representations. I would like to invite you to share success that you have used pertaining to this strategy of Marzano.
Some of the non-linguistic activities that l have enjoyed incorporating into my History classroom:
Use of vocabulary draws (students had to "define" L to J words with only pictures. I did this by providing pre-made frames on a page or by using Strip Generator
I have also used Legos in my classroom. Students would have to explain a concept that we had studied or discussed using the legos.
I would love to hear some more ideas that other teachers are using in their classrooms.