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FOSTERING HOT SKILLS

THROUGH THE USE OF


THINKING MAPS A
LANGUAGE FOR LEARNING

GONZALO CAMACHO VSQUEZ


WHAT ARE THINKING MAPS?
BRAINSTORM WHAT YOU KNOW
THINKING SKILLS
ORGANIZE THE SKILLS

KNOWLEDGE
APPLICATION
EVALUATION
SYNTHESIS
ANALYSYS
COMPREHENSION
WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
THINKING MAPS AND GRAPHIC
ORGANIZERS?
A personal A common
way of visual
organizing Both are language
information visual
aids

No Both are
awareness Foster
GRAPHIC used for THINKING
on thinking ORGANIZERS MAPS
HOTs
academic
processes purposes

No Both are
awareness Enable
cognitive
on autonomy
strategies
autonomy and
processes metacogniti
on
WHAT ARE THINKING MAPS?

Thinking Maps is a
language of eight visual
patterns each based on a
fundamental thinking
process
FIND YOUR MATCH!

Relate Thinking Maps to Thinking


processes
CIRCLE MAP: DEFINING IN
CONTEXT
The circle map is designed for:

Defining a word or concept based on the context of the current


investigation and study and prior knowledge about the subject.

Brainstorming ideas and thoughts about a topic.

QUESTIONS:

How are you defining this thing or idea?


What is the context?
What is your frame of reference?

KEY WORDS
Context
List
Define
Tell everything you know
Identify
Relate prior knowledge
Explore the meaning
Associate
Generate
BUBBLE MAP: DESCRIBING
The bubble map is designed for:

Describing using adjectives


Identifying the sensory, logical and emotional qualities
of any topic or concept.

QUESTIONS

How are you describing this thing?


Which adjectives would you best describe this thing?

KEY WORDS

Describe
Use vivid language
Use your five senses
Qualities
Attributes
Characteristics
Properties
DOUBLE BUBBLE: COMPARING
& CONTRASTING
The double bubble map is designed for:

Comparing and contrasting any two things

QUESTIONS

What are the similar and different qualities of these


things?
Which qualities do you value most? Why?

KEY WORDS

Compare
Contrast
Similarities
Differences
Distinguish between
Differentiate
TREE MAP: CLASSIFYING
The Tree map is designed for:

Classifying or sorting things and ideas into categories or


groups

Grouping main ideas and details

QUESTIONS

What are the main ideas, supporting ideas and details in


this information?

KEY WORDS

Classify
Sort
Group
Categorize
Identify main idea and supporting ideas
Give sufficient and related details
Kinds of taxonomy
BRACE MAP: PARTS TO THE
WHOLE
The brace map is designed for:

Analyzing the component parts or physical objects.

Identifying the spatial relationships of parts to the


whole or structural analysis.

QUESTIONS

What are the component parts and subparts of this


whole physical object?

KEY WORDS

Parts of
Show the structure
Take apart
Identify the structure
Physical components
Anatomy
FLOW MAP: SEQUENCE
The flow map is designed for:

Sequencing the stages and sub-stages of an event


Identifying the steps in a process
Ordering information

QUESTIONS
What happened?
What is the sequence of events?
What are the substages?

KEY WORDS

Sequence
Put in order
Retell/recount
Cycles
Patterns
Show the process
Solve multi-steps problems
MULTI-FLOW MAP: CAUSE &
EFFECT
The multi-flow map is designed for:

Identifying the causes and effects of an event.

QUESTIONS

What are the causes and effects of this event?


What might happen next?

KEY WORDS

Causes and effects


Discuss the consequences
What would happen if?
Ifthen
Describe the change
Identify the motivation behind
Identify the results of
What happened becauses of?
BRIDGE MAP: SEEING ANALOGIES
The bridge map is designed for:

Identifying similarities between relationships


Creating analogies

QUESTIONS

What is the analogy being used?


What is the guiding metaphor?

KEY WORDS

Identify the relationship


Guess the rule
Symbolism
Allegory
Analogy
Simile