BBC Pinball is a new and interesting way to do some semantic mapping with your students. It literally has a lot of bells and whistles. Pinball allows you to choose from four different ways to "bounce ideas around" and might just be a good hook for some hard-to-engage students. Dot Dash is basically a semantic web, used for "firing out ideas." You can use Drop Zone to categorize ideas, and Snap Shot is basically for describing images. I can't quite tell what you would use Wild Reels for- any guesses? All of the activities have a "Lucky Dip" function for insertion of a random image, word or phrase, which would be useful for free association. Pinball is overall a bit of a strange resource for the BBC to have come up with, but I definitely see it as having applications for interventions around describing, word-finding, etc. I do wish you could save your activities, but perhaps that will come in a later version.