A mind map is a diagram that displays information visually.
You can create mind maps using pen and paper, or you can use an online mind mapping tool such as Mind Meister.
In this case, we can select Decision Tree 1 or Blank Diagram to create it ourselves.
Here I have decided to work with the first mentioned template.
You can create an Upload a single file activity or an Offline one in which students write what they have discussed in the Forum.
They may have written the story while discussing, but that is the first part of the process of writing.
Next, note down your own areas of interest and see where they intersect with the former. In the example below, the only requirement that had been given was to write a paper about literature from the English Renaissance.
These are the steps that you have to follow: You can also design a writing activity since the prewriting process was carried out by the Forum activity.
Students brainstormed among themselves and gathered a lot of data in order to write a story.
We can work with vocabulary, adjectives, and linking devices.
A suitable piece of writing in this case would be an essay or article expressing the different views.