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Mapping and Annotating
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What is Mapping?A graphical, visual method of communication.Generates ideas.Communicates complex ideas.Aids in learning by integrating new and old knowledge.Assesses understanding or diagnose misunderstandings.
MAPPING
What is Mapping?A graphical, visual method of communication.Generates ideas.Communicates complex ideas.Aids in learning by integrating new and old knowledge.Assesses understanding or diagnose misunderstandings.
MAPPING
Mapping organizes ideas into levels of importance.Begin with topic sentence.Next is main idea.Followed by major details.Then minor details.
HOW MAPPING IS DONE
MAPPING
Animal Control
SPCA
Rescue
adoption
Rehabilitation
Medical care
InvestagationProsecution
PerfectMatch
PromotionDonations
Social Skill Testing
Fostering
Makes learning easier.Condenses whole chapters into one.Easier review of main ideas in chapter.Visually represents ideas for easier understanding.
BENEFITS OF MAPPING
What is annotating?Annotate means to add markings, notes, questions, comments, and observations to the text you are reading.You should underline key words.Write meanings and clarifications in the margins.Annotating is more than underlining. It isthinkingabout the material you read.
ANNOTATING
The textbook is a learning tool and should be used as such.It is your job to wade through the text, selecting the most important pints needed.Marking in the textbook is faster than summarizing, outlining, and note taking, and since your material and personal reactions are all in one place (in the margin and on the text page), you can view them at a glance for study rather than refer to separate notebooksor pieces of paper.
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