Hook, Line, and "Thinker"....Untangling Our Thoughts with Thinking Maps!
Defining Map-used for brainstorming and listing
Describing Map-describing using adjectives
Compare/Contrast Map-used for finding similarities and differences between two items/objects
Whole to Part Map-finding parts of a whole object
Sequencing Map-sequencing the order of events (beginning, middle, end)
Cause and Effect Map-use to find the causes and effects of an effect.
Seeing Analgies-finding relationships between two items/objects using the key words-as/just like. You read the top word, then the relatin factor and finally you read the bottom word.
For example: fluctuate means the same as change.