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    • Social studies
      By: José Daniel Gómez
    • Concepts maps
      A concept map is a diagram showing the relationships among concepts. They are graphical tools for organizing and representing knowledge.
    • The concepts maps are use to:
      Concept maps are used to stimulate the generation of ideas, and are believed to aid creativity. For example, concept mapping is sometimes used for brain-storming. Although they are often personalized and idiosyncratic, concept maps can be used to communicate complex ideas.
    • overview of Concepts maps:
      A concept map is a way of representing relations between ideas, images or words, in the same way that a sentence diagram represents the grammar of a sentence, a road map represents the locations of highways and towns, and a circuit diagram represents the workings of an electrical appliance.
    • Class work
      1. Concept maps help to answer focus questions.
      2. Concept maps represent organized knowledge.
      3. Organized knowledge needed to answer focus questions.
      4. Organized knowledge includes associated feelings or affect.
    • 5. Associated feelings or affect add to concepts.
      6. Organized knowledge is comprised of concepts.
      7. Organized knowledge is context depend.
      8. Context depend e.g. social and personal.
      9. Organized knowledge necessary for efecctive
    • 9. Organized knowledge necessary for effective teaching and effective learning.
      10. Concepts are perceived regularities or patterns.
      11. Concepts are labeled with symbols and words.
      12. Concepts connecter by linking words to form propositions.
    • 13. Concepts and propositions are hierarchically structured.
      14. Perceived regularities or patterns in events penning and objects (things).
      15. Perceived regularities or patterns begin whit infants.
      16. Concepts are labeled whit symbols and words.
    • 17. Hierarchically structured aids creativity.
      18. Hierarchically structured especially whit experts.
      19. Hierarchically structured in cognitive structure.
      20. Units of meaning constructer in cognitive structure.
      21. Cross links show interrelationships between different map segments.