Thinking Maps - How to draw the maps
January 8, 2015 | By shearer9 |
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Thinking Maps – Describing – Bubble Map The Bubble Map is used for describing a person, place, object, etc using adjectives. One way of extending the Bubble Map further is to draw a frame of reference (square) around it and record your evidence for each adjective inside this. In the inside circle, write or draw whatever it is that is being described. In the outer circles write adjectives that describe this. Remember to draw as many bubbles as you need.
16 Habits of Mind to ACHIEVE (Applying past knowledge). Using what you’ve learnt in the past to help in the present. What do I already know about this subject? Can I use what I learnt in any different subjects to help me here? Is this something that I’ve studied in the past? Is this similar to something that I’ve studied in the past?