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  • 1. Social
    Studies
    Teacher: Diego villamizar
    katherine Cárdenas
    5b
  • 2. .CONCEPT MAPS help to answer FOCUS QUESTIONS
    .CONCEPT MAPS represent ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE
    .FOCUS QUESTIONS are CONTEXT DEPENDENT
    .ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE needed to answer FOCUS QUESTIONS
    .ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE is CONTEXT DEPENDENT
    .ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE includes ASSOCIATED FEELING OF AFFECT
    .ASSOCIATED FEELING OF AFFENT add to CONCEPTS
    .ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE is comprised of CONCEPT and PROPOCITIONS
    .CONCEPTS connected by LINKING WORDS to form PROPOSITIONS.
    .ORGANIZED KNOWLEDGE necessary for EFFECTING TEACHING and EFFECTIVE LEARNING.
    .CONTEXT DEPENDENT example SOCIAL and PERSONAL.
  • 3. .CONCEPTS are PERCEIVED REGULARITIES OF PATTERNS.
    .CONCEPTS and PROPOSITIONS are HIERARCHICALLYSTRUCTURED.
    . CONCEPTS and LABELED with SYMBOLS and WORDS.
    .PROPOSITIONS are UNITS OF MEANING constructed in COGNITIVESTRUCTURE.
    .PROPOSITIONS may be CROSSLINKS.
    .PERCEIVED REGULARITIES OF PATTERNS in EVENTS(HAPPENINGS) and OBJECTS(THINGS).
    .PERCEIVED REGULARITIES OF PATTERNS begin with INFANTS.
    .CREATIVITY begins with INFANTS.
    .CREATIVITY needed to see INTERRELATIONSHIPS.
    .HIERARCHICALLY STRUCTURED aids CREATIVITY.
    .CROSSLINKS show INTERRETATIONSHIPS between DIFFERENT MAP SEGMENTS.
  • 4. .HIERARCHICALLY STRUCTURED especially with EXPERTS.
    . HIERARCHICALLY STRUCTURED in COGNITIVE STRUCTURED.
    .CROSSLINKS show INTERRETATIONSHIPS between DIFFERENT MAP SEGMENTS.
  • 5. CONCEPTS
    Focus questions:
    A question that you are looking to answer.
    Organized knowledge:
    Is about to organize your thoughts.
    Context dependent:
    Methods and apparatus
    Effective teaching:
    Is a short learning of something
  • 6. Effective learning:
    Notice of learnig a good teaching
    Units of meaning:
    A single thing or person
    Cognitive structure:
    The way knowledge is organized
    Perceived regularities of petterns:
    Regular structures flat and non.flat, are percieved as regular in a wide range of viewing angles and under varying illumination
  • 7. Terms
    personal
    The staff is an element of the marketing mix usedin services marketing.
    are bonds that link one polymer chain to another. They can be covalent bonds or ionic bonds. "Polymer chains" can refer to synthetic polymers or natural polymers (such as proteins)
    Crosslink
  • 8. Word
    a word is each of the segments bounded by pauses orspaces in the string spoken or written, that may appear onother positions, and which is equipped with a function.
    A symbol is something such as an object, picture, written word, sound or particular mark that represents something else by association, resemblance, or convention. For example, a red octagon may be a symbol for "STOP". On maps, crossed sabres may indicate a battlefield
    symbols
  • 9. Labeled
    is an element that is attached to another element to identify or describe, by extension, a label can also be one or more words associated to something with the same purpose.

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