Practice with clustering

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If you are able to cluster information together, it becomes important to find relationships and connections between information. One way to represent these connections is with the use of a concept map.

Learn about and practice using concept maps here: Unit 1-Lesson 2: Activity 2

There are 4 types of concept maps that you have to choose from in order to establish connections between ideas. Complete your student guide as a resource to use in order to select a concept map that is applicable for future note-taking organization using this site

  • Looking at your initial cluster worksheet can you find any connections between the supporting details and main ideas?
  • Create your own concept map using the initial cluster worksheet and the procedure found here.