lec19 Concept map for Germ Layer Derivatives

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Building a Concept Map
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What is a concept map? A concept map is a technique used to organize information or thoughts.
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Why create concept maps? Concept maps allow you to organize lots of information into a form that is easily understood. Concept maps allow you to visualize connections within the information. Concept maps provide you a way to organize your thoughts onto paper.
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When do I create a concept map? Whenever you need to organize information - this can vary from person to person. If you find concept maps useful, then use them. If you find them confusing, modify them so they become useful to you - asking questions can help you with this process.
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How do I create Concept Maps? Step 1 Start by placing your Main Idea in the center circle or graphic. M a in Idea
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How do I create Concept Maps? Step 2 Make a list of all possible items you want to include in your map. Highlight all of the Large Topics.
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course BIO 361 taught by Professor Dr.bjgrubb during the Fall '10 term at N.C. A&T.

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