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Bubble Maps. Thinking Maps . Based on a fundamental thinking skill Consistent graphic language Easily transferred across different curriculums. Bubble Maps: A Cognitive Tool. Bubble Maps address concrete and conceptual elements of a given topic. tall, hard, deep (concrete )

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thinking maps
Thinking Maps
  • Based on a fundamental thinking skill
  • Consistent graphic language
  • Easily transferred across different curriculums
bubble maps a cognitive tool
Bubble Maps: A Cognitive Tool

Bubble Maps address concrete and conceptual elements of a given topic.

tall, hard, deep (concrete)

sad, smart, pious (conceptual).

  • A Bubble Map is used for enriching students’ abilities to identify qualities and use descriptive words.
bubble map describing qualities
Bubble Map: Describing Qualities

Descriptive Qualities

Using Adjectives and

Adjective Phrases

(Or listing Qualities)

Topic

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Bubble Map: Describing Qualities

smart

friendly

active

Alyssa

eclectic

helpful

obnoxious

bubble map ela applications
Bubble Map: ELA Applications
  • Expanding descriptive vocabulary
  • Describing characters using adjectives
  • Providing descriptive details for writing
  • Springboard for more comprehensive exploration of topic
bubble map across the curriculum language arts characterization
Bubble Map: Across the CurriculumLanguage Arts/Characterization

smart

creative

competitive

Katniss

(Hunger Games)

clueless

protective

beautiful

bubble map ela writing prompt
Bubble Map: ELA-Writing prompt

Self-discovering

scary

active

The teenage years are…

rebellious

exciting

frustrating

bubble map math applications
Bubble Map: Math Applications
  • Identify properties of numbers
  • Describing attributes of geometric figures
  • Establishing criteria for evaluation
  • Springboard for more comprehensive exploration of topic
bubble map math geometry
Bubble Map: Math/Geometry

Right Angle

Three sided

Triangle

Acute

Sum of 180°

Obtuse

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Sum of 180°

Right angle

Three sided

Triangle

Acute

obtuse

bubble map science applications
Bubble Map: Science Applications
  • Describing properties of things
  • Identifying essential properties of an organism
  • Establishing criteria (values) for experimentation
  • Springboard for more comprehensive exploration of topic
bubble map science
Bubble Map: Science

big

Igneous

heavy

sedimentary

hard

Rocks

2 or more minerals

heavy

smooth

small

metamorphic

rough

bubble maps social studies application
Bubble Maps: Social Studies Application
  • Describing key characteristics of cultures
  • Analyzing stereotypes
  • Distinguishing between facts and opinions
  • Springboard for more comprehensive exploration of topic
bubble map across the curriculum social studies
Bubble Map: Across the Curriculum-Social Studies

Nile River

Pharaohs

Gods and Goddesses

Ancient Egypt

scribes

Hiero-glyphics

mummies

pyramids

bubble maps and the multiple intelligences
Bubble Maps and theMultiple Intelligences

Verbal Linguistic Student:

seeing, writing, discussing, and debating.

Mathematical Logical Student:

work with patterns, relationships, classifying, and abstract concepts

Visual Spatial Student:

pictures, colors, drawing, visualization,

Kinesthetic Student:

tactile, moving

Interpersonal Student:

comparing, relating, sharing, cooperative

Intrapersonal Student:

work alone, reflective, self-paced

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