Instructions:
Study the information provided for the following topics:

Topic 1:    Elastic Rebound Theory
Topic 2:    Earthquake Energy
Topic 3:    Locating Earthquakes
Topic 4:    Measuring Earthquakes
Topic 5:    Earthquake Damage


The central theme of your mind map will be Earthquakes.

Each topic above will act as each of your related ideas.

Use the instructions below to aid you in creating your mind map:

Instructions:

Things You'll Need:

1.    1 sheet of Poster Board 
2.    Brightly colored markers/pencils

Step 1
Starting in the center of the paper, draw a vivid, colorful image or symbol that represents your topic.

Your Central Topic: 
Earthquakes

Step 2
Draw lines radiating from the central image. On each of the lines, print a single key term associated with the topic.

Your Related Terms:
Elastic Rebound Theory
Earthquake Energy
Locating Earthquakes
Measuring Earthquakes
Earthquake Damage

Step 3
Use the worksheet below to brainstorm with each related term, writing down all ideas that relate to each term. Write short phrases or single words near the relevant key term, and draw lines to connect these new ideas to their source.

































Step 4
Add colors and pictures to illustrate important ideas. Use color to code your work: for example, outlining the most important points in red, and using blue for sub-points.

Step 5
Once you think you have gotten down all the important information, look at the entire mind map, seeing connections and looking for anything important you may have left out.

Here are some websites that may prove helpful to you in completing your mind map:

http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newISS_01.htm

http://www.mindmapexample.com/mindmapping.php

http://litemind.com/what-is-mind-mapping/


Here’s a video that may help you:

Instructions:

Study the information provided for the following topics:


Topic 1:    Elastic Rebound Theory

Topic 2:    Earthquake Energy

Topic 3:    Locating Earthquakes

Topic 4:    Measuring Earthquakes

Topic 5:    Earthquake Damage



The central theme of your mind map will be Earthquakes.


Each topic above will act as each of your related ideas.


Use the instructions below to aid you in creating your mind map:


Instructions:


Things You'll Need:


1.    1 sheet of Poster Board

2.    Brightly colored markers/pencils


Step 1
Starting in the center of the paper, draw a vivid, colorful image or symbol that represents your topic.


Your Central Topic:

Earthquakes


Step 2
Draw lines radiating from the central image. On each of the lines, print a single key term associated with the topic.


Your Related Terms:

Elastic Rebound Theory

Earthquake Energy

Locating Earthquakes

Measuring Earthquakes

Earthquake Damage


Step 3
Use the worksheet below to brainstorm with each related term, writing down all ideas that relate to each term. Write short phrases or single words near the relevant key term, and draw lines to connect these new ideas to their source.


































Step 4
Add colors and pictures to illustrate important ideas. Use color to code your work: for example, outlining the most important points in red, and using blue for sub-points.


Step 5
Once you think you have gotten down all the important information, look at the entire mind map, seeing connections and looking for anything important you may have left out.


Here are some websites that may prove helpful to you in completing your mind map:


http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newISS_01.htm


http://www.mindmapexample.com/mindmapping.php


http://litemind.com/what-is-mind-mapping/



Here’s a video that may help you:


















Earthquake Summative Assignment

Earthquakes Mind Map

Due Date: Monday feb. 24th
Mind Map Grading Rubric
Earthquake Mind Map Brainstorm Worksheet