Semantic mapping (literacy)

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Semantic mapping or semantic webbing, in literacy, is a method of teaching reading using graphical representations of concepts and the relationships between them.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Craig J. Cleland (March 1981). Highlighting Issues in Children's Literature through Semantic Webbing. The Reading Teacher 33 (6): 642–646. (subscription required)
  2. ^ Glenn Freedman, Elizabeth G. Reynolds (March 1980). Enriching Basal Reader Lessons with Semantic Webbing. The Reading Teacher 33 (6): 677–684. (subscription required)