Planning and creating movies using the Make-a-Movie tool requires putting to use some of the practices outlined in the following Next Gene...
As students plan for and create movies with the Make-a-Movie tool, they are naturally addressing the goals of the following Common Core Sta...
Before students jump in and make a movie, encourage them to plan it out, including the storyline, narration, art, and more. To help them, Br...
Make-a-Movie begins with students either writing their own BrainPOP-style letter with a topic-related question or choosing a pre-written let...
The Fill in the Sentence Challenge builds comprehension and strengthens vocabulary by having students use context clues and what they learn...
The Text Highlight Challenge task asks students to highlight specific information in a text, such as a main idea or supporting evidence. Her...
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...