Thinking Maps®: Examples from Brevard Public Schools

6/27/2012 12:00:00 AM
See examples of the use of the eight graphic organizers from Thinking Maps®.  These maps help students organize their learning and identify ways to reflect different kinds of text. The several examples from each grade K-6 show how to use the maps in several parts of the curriculum. Try using the double-bubble map instead of the Venn diagram. It makes similarities and differences much easier to see. The examples are available as Power Point downloads or PDF files.

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