In our last En la Clase post, I wrote about how I’ve used a GLAD strategy called Pictorial Input Charts to teach content knowledge to my students. In this post, I’m going to share another GLAD strategy that builds on the Pictorial Input Chart: the Mind Map. I’d never heard of a Mind Map until I participated in an introductory workshop on GLAD. I was curious about how my students would respond to it, so I implemented it right away. I have to admit, I was a little surprised at how much they liked it. I used it numerous times throughout the year, often because they’d ask to do it. To help you visualize the activity, I’ve included a blank version of a Mind Map below.