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Supporting ELLs with CBE of the Month Bryan Betz

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We'd like to welcome February's Certified BrainPOP Educator of the Month, Bryan Betz, to the blog! Bryan teaches English as a Foreign Language in Seoul, South Korea. With our recent redesign of BrainP...

Introducing a Brand New BrainPOP ELL!

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We are thrilled to launch our redesigned, mobile-friendly BrainPOP ELL site. In addition to a fresh new look and exciting new features, we’ve changed our name to BrainPOP ELL (from BrainPOP ESL), reco...

1.6.2 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Ideas for the Story Movie: Create a map about the sequence of events in the movie. Have students retell what happened. Make a map about the things Ben and Moby did in each country. Ideas fo...

3.6.1 Make–Map Ideas

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Make a map about the film Ben and Moby made. Make a map about your own school. Make a map about the word “Perspective.” Use Make-a-Map to create a sorting game about Relative Pronouns. St...

3.5.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map that explains how the First Conditional is formed. Use snapshots from the movie, images, or text to illustrate conditions and results or cause and effect sentences. Make a map about ...

3.4.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map illustrating one of the multiple meaning words from this movie: beat or exercise. Make a map explaining the circulatory system. Take snapshots of 1-3 moments that give examples of...

3.3.1. Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about the reasons why Ben thinks Moby has forgotten his birthday. Use present perfect sentences. Make a map about the birthday cards Ben has received. Make a map about the things ...

3.2.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Make a map about things the fortune teller tells Ben about his future. Make a map about a carnival. Make a map illustrating examples of conjunctions. ...

3.1.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Create a map that illustrates how to form the passive. Make a map about one of the vocabulary words, such as “endangered,” “extinct,” “species,” or “habitat.” Make a map about one or several...

2.6.1 Make-a-Map Ideas

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Take a snapshot from the movie and describe it in as many sentences as you can, using the present progressive. Make a map about the events that happen in the movie. Make a map about riding a...