Lesson 13

Context: Mind Mapping


In lesson thirteen, students brainstorm themes and create mind maps for their final projects. A mind map is a visual thinking tool that allows students to better understand as well as generate new themes and ideas for their projects. Students can look at their mind maps later on in the curriculum when they need inspiration and motivation regarding their projects.

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