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Twelfth graders explore the First Amendment and the rights that are protected by the First Amendment. They discuss how the First Amendment is important to their daily lives. Students research the amendment and complete a concept map.
Students compare and contrast modern-day Turkey with historical Ottoman culture. In this world civilization lesson, students create concept maps that allow them to compare the cultures, discuss leadership qualities, and create travel brochures for Turkey today. In addition, students compose essays about Ottomans and modern Turks and research current news about Turk-American relations.
Students explore the concept of a community. They identify and group various kinds of communities. Students create a concept map exemplifying their membership in different communities. They write a narrative describing their membership in various communities
Students cut and fold triangles to make quadrilaterals. In this quadrilaterals lesson plan, students also fill out a concept map and graphic organizer that are given.
Seventh graders explore language arts by reading poetry. In this figurative language lesson plan, 7th graders read the poem, "Fog" by Carl Sandburg and analyze the elements of figurative language within the piece. Students complete a concept map using figurative words from the previous lesson plan and participate in a literature card activity.
Fifth graders read a story and discuss the characters in the story and how they use honor and honesty. In this honesty lesson plan, 5th graders also fill out an honesty concept map, and make a four pocket-book.
Pupils review the concept of populations. In this Biology lesson plan, students will work with a partner to talk through what they remember from the unit on populations. The class will then begin to work through a concept map as a way to organize what was talked about with their partners. This acts as the test review for the Populations Unit Test.
Fourth graders, in pairs, explore the relationship between a star's life and its mass. They use a concept map to illustration the three categories of stars.
Pupils research and write about the pencil. They organize the research using concept maps and write an essay using the writing process.
Third graders use information from an Internet web site to acquire how a compost is made. They organize the information on a Concept Map. Students fill out an Anticipation/Reaction Guide with Essential Questions. They make a compost pile using a recipe format.
Students study an article on drugs in their society.  In this investigative lesson students create their own concept map.
Students work to develop comprehension strategies. Through modeling they discover how to summarize a written passage by deleting unnecessary information and using clustering or concept mapping for the most important items or events. In groups, they do the same on their own.
Students summarize a selected piece of text nonfiction text. After reviewing the correct way to read silently, students read a nonfiction article. They write a summary paragraph using a concept map and the process outlined by the instructor. Article link is included.
Students review the literary elements of plot and conflict. In this plot and conflict lesson, students read a story and answer questions about the plot and conflict within. Students create a concept map for the novel to identify the conflicts outlined in the novel. Students complete daily activities for the analysis of the text and make their own Powerpoint for the lesson.
Pupils define the term region. They collect data about New England after watching a short video. They organize the information into a regional concept map. They draw conclusions based upon their data collection and analysis.
Students infer the connection among humans, animals, and disease through the interpretation of concept maps. They are introduced to the idea of a connection human disease and the domestication of animals.
Students review information from concept map to identify possible causes of greenhouse gas emissions, choose factor that they feel is largest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in their town, and write research question on topic.
Seventh graders complete a Scavenger Hunt to find information about Ancient Egypt. They create a concept map using facts about assigned subtopics.
In this classifying matter learning exercise, students create a concept map to show the relationships between given terms such as elements, matter, substances and solutions.
Stretch the brains of your organic chemists with this amazing concept map. A list of 31 organic molecules is provided on one page, and a graphic organizer with empty boxes for each is provided on the second page. Unfortunately the photocopy of the concept map is not the most crisp, but the value of this exercise is not diluted.

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