Teaching the Circle Map (6-12): Student Interest Survey<br />Learning Goal:  Visually represent the thought process of : <...
The center circle is where to place the main word, picture, or symbol to be defined.
Place your name in the center circle.
The outer circle is where to place all of your brainstormed ideas.
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  1. 1. Teaching the Circle Map (6-12): Student Interest Survey<br />Learning Goal: Visually represent the thought process of : <br />Defining in Context.<br /><ul><li>Distribute Circle Maps Template or students can create their own.
  2. 2. The center circle is where to place the main word, picture, or symbol to be defined.
  3. 3. Place your name in the center circle.
  4. 4. The outer circle is where to place all of your brainstormed ideas.
  5. 5. In the outer circle, show or tell us who you are.
  6. 6. List or picture these things:
  7. 7. Things you like to do alone.
  8. 8. Things you like to do with your family.
  9. 9. Things you like to do with your friends.
  10. 10. Things you like to learn about.
  11. 11. Special hobbies or collections you have.
  12. 12. The Frame of Reference is where to place the sources of your information. </li></ul>Inside the frame of reference, write the names of or picture the people who are most important to you or have influenced your life.<br />Timed Pair Share (Kagan Strategy) <br />At this time, students will need to pair up with their shoulder partner. (CLICK)<br /><ul><li>Think: What item on my circle map would I like to share with my partner? Give 5 seconds of think time.</li></ul>Now share with your shoulder partner, you will each have 30 seconds to share your thoughts with each other. The person with the most siblings you are partner A and are up first! If you have excess time, Partner B ask more questions about that item. <br />Partner B say this gambit to your partner: “Thank you for sharing. I like learning more about you!” <br />Now Switch roles: Partner B you have 30 seconds to share your thoughts. If you have excess time, Partner A ask more questions about that item. <br />Partner A say this gambit to your partner: “Thank you for sharing. You are far out!”<br /><ul><li>-304800-198755-230505-304800Timed Pair ShareTimed Pair Share-2305051020445Think (5 seconds):What item on my circle map would I like to share? Think (5 seconds):What item on my circle map would I like to share? -3048004025265613219548926753884295353758597853533191456627495299720018707104485640</li></ul>-304800-304800-11430-182880Timed Pair ShareTimed Pair Share-14605914400Pairs- 30 seconds each, person with most siblings goes first! (Partner A)Share one item on your circle map with your partner. Pairs- 30 seconds each, person with most siblings goes first! (Partner A)Share one item on your circle map with your partner. -8572541471856351270501459541033703659505119761034417006846570311975520897854607560<br />209550-514985Circle Map of _____________________________________ Block ________ Date______________________________00Circle Map of _____________________________________ Block ________ Date______________________________1238250-101536500<br />35814001827530001628775000<br />

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