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Rotating Phenomena Maps. An excellent way to review at the end of a chapter or unit. Best used immediately after the pertinent information on the phenomena map has been taught.

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Rotating Phenomena Maps

  • An excellent way to review at the end of a chapter or unit.

  • Best used immediately after the pertinent information on the phenomena map has been taught.

  • Can be applied after all of the information on the map has been taught, or it can be applied following instruction in one of the sections of the map

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Rotating Phenomena Maps

  • Students are paired or arranged into heterogeneous teams of four

  • Each team completes the same section of the map, and then passes their work to the next team.

  • The next team then reviews the ideas listed by the previous team, adds additional information to these previously completed sections, and then completes the next section.

  • Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.

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Step 1:Since Rotating Maps is a review activity,be sure to teach the pertinent content first!

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Step 2:Students are paired or arranged into heterogeneous teams of fourProvide each group with a blank phenomena map

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Step 2:Students are paired or arranged into heterogeneous teams of fourProvide each group with a blank phenomena mapEstablish the topic

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Step 3:Each team completes the same section of the map, and then passes their work to the next team.For example …Round 1- Black team notes information in the first section(each of the other teams notes their ideas on their maps in the same section)

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Step 3:Each team completes the same section of the map, and then passes their work to the next team.For example …Round 2- Blue team adds information to the first section

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Step 3:Each team completes the same section of the map, and then passes their work to the next team.For example …Round 2- Blue team adds information to the first section, and then notes info in the next section(each of the other teams notes their ideas on their maps in the same section)

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Step 4:The next team then reviews the ideas listed by the previous team, adds additional information to these previously completed sections, and then completes the next section. For example …Round 3- Purple team adds information to the first two sections

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Step 4:The next team then reviews the ideas listed by the previous team, adds additional information to these previously completed sections, and then completes the next section. For example …Round 3- Purple team adds information to the first two sections

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Step 4:The next team then reviews the ideas listed by the previous team, adds additional information to these previously completed sections, and then completes the next section. For example …Round 3- Purple team adds information to the first two sections, and then notes info in the next section


Step 5:Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.For example …Round 4- Black team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 5:Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.For example …Round 4- Black team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 5:Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.For example …Round 4- Black team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 5:Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.For example …Round 5- Blue team adds information to the previous sections …

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Step 5:Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.For example …Round 5- Blue team adds information to the previous sections …

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Step 5:Each team then passes the map to a new team, who then reviews the work of the previous teams, adds additional information, completes the next section of the map, and then passes it to the another team.For example …Round 5- Blue team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 6:Continue rotating the maps among teams until all sections of the map have been addressed and reviewed by each team.For example …Round 6- Purple team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 6:Continue rotating the maps among teams until all sections of the map have been addressed and reviewed by each team.For example …Round 6- Purple team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 6:Continue rotating the maps among teams until all sections of the map have been addressed and reviewed by each team.For example …Round 6- Purple team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 6:Continue rotating the maps among teams until all sections of the map have been addressed and reviewed by each team.For example …Round 7- Black team adds information to the previous sections, and then notes info in the next section

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Step 6:Continue rotating the maps among teams until all sections of the map have been addressed and reviewed by each team.For example …Round 7- Black team adds information to the previous sectionsNote: the Big Idea section is addressed by the whole class)

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Step 6:Continue rotating the maps among teams until all sections of the map have been addressed and reviewed by each team.For example …Round 8- Blueteam adds information to the previous sectionNote: the Big Idea section is addressed by the whole class)

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Step 7:The whole class works together to formulate Big Idea statementsFor example …

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