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Unformatted text preview: answer is incorrect. To frame 3. Go to Frame 2. 77 Figure 7.2. Sample Concept Map
Example of a Concept Map (Adapted from Holly, C.D. and Dansereau, D.F.
(1984). The development of spatial learning strategies. In C.D. Holly and D.F.
Dansereau (Eds.), Spatial Learning Strategy: Techniques, Applications and Related Issues, pp. 3-19. New York: Academic Press.
T Flexible C Declarative
T Propositions Behavior L T Procedural P C P T
T Conditions Images
Sequences L (Leads to causes or affects)
• Knowledge affects behavior.
T (Type of) –
• Declarative is a type of knowledge.
• Procedural is a type of knowledge.
C (Characteristic of)
• Flexibility is a characteristic of declarative knowledge.
• Efficiency is a characteristic of procedural knowledge.
P (Part of)
• Conditions are part of procedural knowledge.
• Actions are part of procedural knowledge. Actions Efficient 78 Figure 7.3.
A Sample Guided Discovery Lesson for A Concept.
Step One: The teacher provides examples and non-examples of the concept...
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