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Mr Fletcher

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Metacognition - Thinking Maps - Flow Map.

Your task is to create a Flow Map to explain how a cat feeding machine works. Select add and use the template to create your Flow Map. Use the examples in student instruction to help you. Use label to write each step and shapes to draw a line to the next step. Once completed, check your work and check to upload to seesaw class journal.

6th Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, STEAM, Social Emotional Learning, Home Learning
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Thinking maps When asking pupils to plan, explore and record their ideas, we have often used a bubble map/spider diagram, which is sometimes a really good way of helping the pupils note down their ideas. But it is not always the most suitable resource. For example, a bubble map will not help pupils to sequence/order their ideas. Below is a list of thinking maps. Each one is different and help pupils to organise in different ways. o Circle map o Bubble map o Double bubble map o Flow map o Multi flow map o Tree map o Brace map o Bridge map Here is another great resource. It is a website with links to thinking maps/organisers for a variety of different texts/genres http://www.educationoasis.com/printables/graphic-organizers/ https://www.thinkingmaps.com/why-thinking-maps-2/