Using aMap to create debate

Here is an example of a active aMap (or argument map) currently being used with my Year 13 group. It is excellent for making students think about how to create and back up an argument. The word limits are also useful for concentrating thinking. I have set up groups of students to argue different historical perspectives.

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I am a History teacher who is enthusiastic about new technology, new ideas and music.

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