Prewriting helps students gather ideas and give them a bank of possibilities for their writing.
This way, as students write they do not have to make decisions simultaneously about content and language.
You can edit your text a variety of ways to make sure it fits your design needs.
Using the text tools, you can change the font type, size, color, emphasis, alignment, spacing, and transparency. Changes are applied across all text within a text box.
It works by illustrating a main concept or idea in a central bubble then using lines to connect to more bubbles with related concepts so you can map out the relationships, associations, and parallels between ideas.
It’s especially helpful in planning out reports, essays, and even stories.
Since bubble maps can be used to brainstorm ideas for reports or papers, you might want to have teammates or colleagues jump in with their own ideas.
Getting everyone in the same room, however, can be pretty challenging, especially when you’ve got multinational teams on different timezones and locations.
Resizing an element is as simple as selecting it then clicking and dragging on any of its edges.
To change its color, simply select the object or text, then use the color selector tool found in the toolbar.