Mind-Mapping For Understanding VISUALIZING YOUR PART What is a Mind Map? 1. An effective method of note taking and forming ideas by with associations. 2. Quickly identify and understand the structure of a subject and place various pieces of information together 3. As well as record raw facts contained in normal notes. Support Picture Support Picture Subtopic Picture Support Picture Support Picture Subtopic Picture Thesis Picture Subtopic Picture Support Picture Support Picture Possible Connections? Support Picture Support Picture Visualize the connection Sample Mind Maps Sample Mind Maps Sample Mind Maps AND MORE SAMPLES Sample Mind Maps The “Why of Where” • Why are cultures, physical features, economies, the way they are in different areas (where). Connection Why a spatial pattern occurs How things are arranged in space. Human Geography Where What people are they are like How they interact over space Landscapes use they Important Vocabulary Human Geography 7. Site v. Situation 2. Why of Where 8. Natural Landscape v. Cultural 3. Space v. Place Landscape 4. Direction 9. Globalization 5. Location 10.Region 6. Spatial: Distribution, diffusion, interaction 1.