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An Introduction to the Bubble Map

Unit 9: Introducing Thinking Maps
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT use a bubble map in order to describe themselves.

Big Idea: Students will learn that a bubble map is always used to describe a noun. They will learn how to use this map with content they can already describe - themselves.

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English / Language Arts, adjectives, Writing, Reading, Thinking Maps, Describing
  45 minutes
andrew bubble
 
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