Territoire forestier

 Source: RÉCIT national de l'univers social

Mike Forrest has just turned 18. He is studying communications at St. Suburbs College in Metrotown. He’s a quiet guy who likes reading, playing soccer and hanging out with his girlfriend Amanda.

Tonight, however, he’s at a bit of a loss. For his journalism class, he has to write a report on forest exploitation. It’s a topic he was assigned by his teacher and, to be honest, it’s not one he’s ever really had any interest in before.

Mike therefore decides to brainstorm on paper. He remembers that territories were often mentioned in his geography classes. He tries to recall what he knows about the concept of forest territories by writing down everything he can think of to describe this concept.

This is a good way to start a project. Can you do the same?

 Student working document :

 Source: RÉCIT national de l'univers social

Mind mapping :

Mind mapping software like Inspiration or FreeMind allows you to structure your ideas and thoughts. Using mind mapping or drawing software, you can create a mind map on the topic of forest territories. You can also print the working document above or work directly in it.

Inspiration :

>>> Click here to download a free trial version of Inspiration.
>>> Click here for an example of a mind map created using Inspiration.

Freemind :

>>> Click here to download FreeMind, a free mind mapping software.
>>> Click here for an example of a mind map created using FreeMind.
           (English example here.)
>>> Click here for documentation on how to use FreeMind.

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