Concept Maps. Making Learning Visible.

Tree Map 4
Tree Map 4

This map allows a student to describe 4 attributes of a new concept

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Tree Map 3
Tree Map 3

This map is perfect for a concept with 3 attributes

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Timeline
Timeline

This map can be used to describe changes over time. Can be used with informational and narrative text

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Procedure
Procedure

This map can be used to describe a procedure or a process

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Procedure 2
Procedure 2

An alternative procedure map with a space for a student summary or reflection

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Cycle
Cycle

A map for a four-part cycle. The name of the cycle could be identified in the middle

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Cause and Effect
Cause and Effect

A great map for describing the causes and effects of an event or idea. Can be used for a wide range of concepts

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4 Corners
4 Corners

Another option for describing attributes of a single concept, or for describing 4 characters in a narrative.

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Double Bubble
Double Bubble

A great option for Compare and Contrast. Kids of all ages are able to describe the similarities and differences of two concepts, characters or ideas.

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