Concept Map Social Studies Theme: The Governmental System Presented by: Andres Felipe Romero N. Presented to: Diego Villamizar Grade: 5B
Concept Map Of a concept map A concept map helps to answer focus questions. A concept map represents organized knowledge. Focus questions are context dependent. That mean social and personal relevant. Organized knowledge needed to answer focus questions. Organized knowledge is context dependent. Organized knowledge includes Associated Feelings or Affect and is compromised of concepts and propositions. Concepts are connected by Linking words to form Propositions. Concepts and Prepositions are Hierarchically Structure. Concepts are Perceived Regularities or Patterns and Labeled. Propositions are Units of Meaning and may be Crosslinks. Organized Knowledge is necessary for Effective Teaching and Effective Learning. Perceived Regularities or Patterns are in Events or Happenings and Objects or Things. Concepts are labeled with symbols and words. Hierarchically Structured aids or helps creativity and is conformed especially with Experts. This Hierarchically Structured would be in Cognitive Structure. Propositions are Units of Meaning constructed in Cognitive Structure. Crosslinks show
Interrelationships between Different Map Segments. Interrelationships needed to see Creativity. Perceived Regularities or Patterns and Creativity begin with Infants. That’s how concept maps work, with linking words, crosslinks, and many other types of connections, with concepts and propositions, etc. Concepts: Organized Knowledge: Knowledge organization or organization of information designates a field of study related to Library and Information Science. In this meaning, Knowledge Organization is about activities such as document description, indexing and classification performed in libraries, databases, archives ,etc. Knowledge Organization as a field of study is concerned with the nature and quality of such knowledge organizing processes as well as the knowledge organizing systems used to organize documents, document representations and concepts.
AssociatedFeelings or Affect: Context Dependent: A Context Dependent Communicator has symbolic communications that is reliable, but it is limited to particular context or partners. Linking Words: Linking words help you to connect ideas and sentences, so that people can follow your ideas. Linking words or phrases help you to build a logical argument or thread in your assignment by linking one statement to another. Cognitive Structure: Cognitive semantics has sought to challenge traditional theories in two ways: first, by providing an account of the meaning of sentences by going beyond truth-conditional accounts; and second, by attempting to go beyond accounts of word meaning that appeal to necessary and sufficient conditions. It accomplishes both by examining the structure of concepts. Effective Teaching and Learning:
Terms: Concepts: concepts are mental representations, while the semantic theory of concepts holds that they are abstract objects. Propositions: A proposition is a sentence expressing something true or false. Symbols: A symbol is something such as an object, picture, written word, sound, or particular mark that represents something else by association, resemblance, or convention. Words: is the smallest form of units of meaning.