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Thinking Maps Review: Part 1
Circle BubbleDouble Bubble Thinking Maps brainstormdescribe compare & contrast Tree categorize define classify
Circle Map: Used for Defining B
Circle Map: Main Idea fruit apple banana grapes pears ice cream green beans
Circle Map: Context Clues Place a new word from the text in the center Write clues from the text that explain what the word means new word Clues from the text
Circle Map: Context Clues Place a new word from the text in the center Write clues from the text that explain what the word means paleontologist studies dinosaurs analyzes bones
Circle Map: Context clues ? grow from bulbs “tiptoe through the ______” bloom in the spring type of plant tulips
Circle Map: Multiple Meaning Words Draw a circle map Write a word that has multiple meanings Write a sentence in the frame with context clues for one meaning of the word Students should write the sentence in the frame first This sentence should provide them with clues about the meaning
spring a season bounce a coil a body of water Jerry went to the spring to get some water. Spring is the name of the season of the year. The diving board did not have much of a spring in it. The spring in the bed is broken.
Circle Map: Math
Bubble Map FOR ADJECTIVES ONLY It is not used to brainstorm
Bubble Map: For adjectives only Use a Bubble Map to develop descriptive vocabulary Goldilocks scared tired rude
Bubble Map: Adjectives Only Add a frame---site evidence from the story that supports the choice of adjectives Goldilocks scared tired rude She fell asleep in Baby Bear’s bed She jumped out of the window and ran home. She went into the Bears’ home when they were gone.
Bubble Map: Adjectives Only sharp silver metal dangerous pointy pink-handled
Bubble Map: Adjectives Only furry soft kind small sweet upset baby bear The ______baby bear went inside the family cottage.
Combining Maps Create a flow map with 3 boxes inside each box, draw a Bubble Map. Describe a particular character in the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
Double Bubble Used to compare & contrast Remember to use color coding Keep similarities and differences on the same “row” There doesn’t always have to be an opposite bubble
Double Bubble Miss Nelson Viola Swamp teachers same person lived in same place sweet mean regular teacher substitute teacher
Double Bubble City Mouse Country Mouse mice family content where they lived fancy plain cat quiet noisy
Tree Map: Classify Word Parts PrefixRootSuffix Words unlikely
Tree Map USED TO CLASSIFY or CATEGORIZE
Tree Map: Classify Words by Syllables onetwothree Syllables whale dolphin tomato shirt candy medicine
Tree Map: Classify Singular and Plural Words SingularPlural Singular and Plural Words childchildren foot feet baby babies
Classify words by tense past presentfuture Word Tense climbedclimbwill climb roderidewill ride
Tree Map: Classifying sentences YesNo Is it a sentence? *This is also a WFTB mini-lesson. You could use student generated sentences for this tree map.
Tree Map: Classify Beginning Sounds A CF Beginning Letter Sounds apple cat flower
Combining Maps Characters Setting The 3 Bears Goldilocks rude scared forest cottage time place morning