When students create concept maps, they explore, organize and link information seamlessly, deepening their understanding or knowledge of a...
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 that explains how the First Conditional is formed. Use snapshots from the movie, images, or text to illustrate conditions and...
Make a map illustrating one of the multiple meaning words from this movie: beat or exercise. Make a map explaining the circulatory sy...
Make a map about the reasons why Ben thinks Moby has forgotten his birthday. Use present perfect sentences. Make a map about the birt...
Make a map about things the fortune teller tells Ben about his future. Make a map about a carnival. Make a map illustrating exampl...
Create a map that illustrates how to form the passive. Make a map about one of the vocabulary words, such as “endangered,” “ext...
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 e...
Take a snapshot from the movie and describe it in a sentence using comparatives. Make a map comparing food Ben and Moby find in the s...
Create a map that illustrates the use of the past progressive for interrupted action. Make a map about the things that happened to Be...
To practice using the present progressive for future intent, have students make a map about some of their definite plans by completing s...
Have students create a quiz or game with their maps, such as filling in or matching the characters, their future jobs, and pictures. ...