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Thinking Maps & Reading Comprehension K-10. Process Activity. Use a Circle Map to collect your ideas. Include any notes that you remember about what they are and why they work as tools for thinking. Also include information about how Thinking Maps are different from graphic organizers.

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Thinking Maps &Reading ComprehensionK-10


Process Activity

  • Use a Circle Map to collect your ideas.

  • Include any notes that you remember about what they are and why they work as tools for thinking.

  • Also include information about how Thinking Maps are different from graphic organizers.


Page 18

The Circle Map

Defining in Context


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 18

The Bubble Map

Describing


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 18

The Double Bubble Map

Comparing and Contrasting


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 18

The Tree Map

Classifying


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 19

The Brace Map

Whole to Parts


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 19

The Flow Map

Sequencing


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 19

The Multi-Flow Map

Cause and Effect


An Overview of all 8 Thinking Maps

Page 19

The Bridge Map

Seeing Analogies


Adding a Frame of Reference

  • How do you know what you know about this topic?

  • Did your information come from a specific source?

  • Is this information being influenced by a specific point of view?

  • Who could use this information?

  • Why is this information important?


Ready EOG/ EOC Practice

  • Take Reading EOG passage #1

  • First, go to the questions and read them

  • Underline the key words in the questions

  • Now, read the story

  • Underline important parts to the story

  • (Runners)-next slide

  • Now answer the questions

  • Go back to the questions and decide which TM goes with the question

  • Then, fill out the TM to answer the question


RUNNERS

R-Read Title & Predict

U-Understand the

Question

N-Number the

Paragraphs or Lines

N-Now Read!

E-Enclose important info

in circles (Key words)

R-Re-read the Questions

S- Select Best Answer


The 5,000 Year Old Man

1. ?

2. ?

3. ?

4. ?

5. ?

  • Define in Context

  • Descriptive

  • Compare and Contrast

  • Whole to Part

  • Sequencing

  • Classify, Main Idea

  • Relationships

  • Cause and Effect


The World’s First Life Preserver

1. ?

2. ?

3. ?

4. ?

5. ?

  • Define in Context

  • Descriptive

  • Compare and Contrast

  • Whole to Part

  • Sequencing

  • Classify, Main Idea

  • Relationships

  • Cause and Effect


Rookie (5-10)

  • Now you try…

  • Homework-Due Friday, August 24th

  • Define in Context

  • Descriptive

  • Compare and Contrast

  • Whole to Part

  • Sequencing

  • Classify, Main Idea

  • Relationships

  • Cause and Effect


The Most Expensive RattleK-4

  • Now you try…

  • Homework-Due Friday, August 24th

  • Define in Context

  • Descriptive

  • Compare and Contrast

  • Whole to Part

  • Sequencing

  • Classify, Main Idea

  • Relationships

  • Cause and Effect


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