Game Design, Gamification, Learning Design and Assorted Other Strangeness

Map exercise for geography terms, comparitive and superlative

Well it’s Friday and I love Friday’s.

This exercise was designed for an intermediate class. I wanted something imaginative and creative. The students are given a blank map with a series of questions underneath. The students put information onto the map and then explain their world to their partners. It’s a great exercise and encourages some really interesting conversation.

Download the PDF below. There are two separate maps on it.

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