In this detailed lesson plan, students use a conceptual mapping app and other digital tools to create a self-profile. In the end, you have "a wall of students who are a slice of humanity - so alike in many respects, so different in others."

The rationale of this activity is to illustrate the commonality and differentiation in humanity, to combine the elements of digital literacy with traditional cut and paste, to recycle in producing art, to expand vocabularies and study parts of speech, and to work in collaboration.


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