What is the thinking process of a bridge map?
Thinking process: This map helps to show the relationships between things such as ideas or areas. When using this map you must identify the relating factor between what is being shared. In each pair, the item at the top relates to the bottom item in the same way.
What are 8 thinking maps?
The eight types of thinking maps are (clockwise from top left): circle maps, bubble maps, double bubble maps, tree maps, bridge maps, multi-flow maps, flow maps and brace maps.
What’s a bubble map?
Bubble Maps are used to describe qualities associated with a specific item, person, idea or event. They develop pupils’ abilities to identify qualities and use descriptive words. In the centre circle, write the word or thing being described. Write the adjectives or adjectival phrases in the outside circles.
How do you create a thinking map?
How to make a mind map
- Choose the topic of the mind map and place it in the middle of the drawing.
- Come up with three to five+ main ideas, then evenly space them in a circular formation around the mind map topic.
- Draw a line from the mind map topic to each main idea.
What is a bubble map for?
Bubble Maps are used to describe qualities associated with a specific item, person, idea or event. They develop pupils’ abilities to identify qualities and use descriptive words. In the centre circle, write the word or thing being described.
What’s a double map?
Double Bubble Maps are used to identify points of similarity and difference. The two ideas, items or events being compared are written in the two larger centre circles. Outside bubbles contain things that are only possessed by/relevant to one of the two ideas, items or events.
What do flow maps show?
Flow maps are a type of thematic map used in cartography to show the movement of objects between different areas. These types of maps can show things like the movement of goods across space, the number of animal species in a specific migration pattern, as well as traffic volume and stream flow.