Bubble Maps Key Words: Adjectives and adjective phrases only. Great for vocabulary development (vivid word choice) and inferential thinking.
Identify the thought process: DESCRIBING
We have last week’s example of a Circle Map for Rosita from ‘The Endless Story’ I would also recommend creating Circle Maps for the prince, Miguel and Rosita’s father in small groups. After small groups have presented their Circle Maps for these characters, create a Bubble Map for the prince together. Frame of Reference for this Thinking Map reflects:
- “What’s causing your thinking?”
- ”How do you know what you know?”
- “What shaped that thinking?”
- “What is influencing the information in your map?”
- “Where did you get your information?”
- “Why is this information important?”
Along with the examples in the Bubble Map below your class Frames of Reference would also include: Ms Bissot’s Class, Grade 6, date.
Assign small groups to create a Bubble Map for
- Rosita’s father
- the King
Each small group will present their Bubble Map to the large group.