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  • 1. Graphic OrganisersGraphic Organisers provide a visual method of ordering and summarisinginformation. They help the student to organise disjointed information in astructured way. They facilitate generation and development of ideas, expedite theconstruction of knowledge and aid the learning process. They provide activeinvolvement to engage the kinaesthetic learner.They work best when used by small groups (pairs and triads). They areparticularly powerful when groups are structured so that (i) each member has a leadership role/function e.g. Recorder, Researcher, Timekeeper, Clarifier, Turntaker (ensuring all groupmembers participate), Summariser, Reporter. (ii) resources are shared in the group i.e. one worksheet per group.They provide a high quality teaching and learning methodology for the mixedability classroom i.e. students with diverse abilities can work together where eachstudent can make a real contribution to the overall learning of the group.They accommodate the needs of students with differing learning styles andintelligences.
  • 2. Using Graphic OrganisersGraphic Organisers may be used at all stages of the learning process: • Pre-teaching a topic • Introducing to a topic • Teaching a topic • Assessment for Learning • Scaffolding Learning • Independent Learning • Study • Revision • Mixed Ability • VAK Learning Styles
  • 3. Contents of Pack 8. Cross Classification Chart1. Ranking Ladder 9. Two Venn Diagram2. Step 10. Three Venn Diagram3. Chain of Events 11. Four Corner Organiser4. Sequence Charts 12. Starburst5. Funnel 13. Tri Pie6. Fishbone 14. Research Grid7. Braindrops
  • 4. Step LadderWhen a topic involves prioritising or establishing stages, with a definite beginning and end.
  • 5. Steps in Recruitment Explanation
  • 6. Steps in Product Development Explanation
  • 7. Business Studies- Steps If there’s no resolution – in Making a Complaint take court action If there’s no resolution – contact a Third Party If there’s no resolution – contact the manager State your preferred solution Inform the retailer Stop using the product Start here
  • 8. Step Ladder
  • 9. Stair StepsWhen a topic involves plotting a course or a step by step processing
  • 10. Resolving a Trade Dispute Explanation Explanation Explanation Explanation ExplanationExplanation
  • 11. External Resolving a Trade Dispute Arbitration External Conciliation Labour Court Or Employment Appeals Tribunal External Labour Relations Commission Negotiation Or Explanation Rights Commissioner Or Equality Officers Internal Negotiation Explanation Union Officials and Senior Management Internal Explanation Negotiation Shop Steward and Manager Explanation Shop Steward and Internal SupervisorNegotiation Explanation Workers and Supervisor Explanation
  • 12. Forming a Private Limited Company Certificate of Incorporation Explanation Registrar of Companies Declaration of Explanation Compliance with Companies Act t o 1963-99 nd Se Explanation Form A1 Explanation Articles of Association ExplanationMemorandumof AssociationExplanation
  • 13. Stair Steps
  • 14. Chain of Linked EventsStarting Idea When a topic involves a series of interlinked events.
  • 15. TimeProduct Life Cycle
  • 16. Chain of Linked Events
  • 17. Sequence ChartWhen a topic involves a sequence of events or a series of causes.
  • 18. Hiring new staff• Give to students jumbled they work together to put it in the right order Shortlist thePrepare a job Advertise the Applicants description Position Inform Select most Interview the selected suitable Candidates candidate candidate Inform other Prepare Induction candidates contract of period employment
  • 19. FunnelWhen a topic involves synthesising ideas, drawing conclusions, reducing a lot of information to its core e.g. creating adefinition
  • 20. Define Entrepeneur Gap in the marketRi sk Ta ess ke sin r bu sh bli ta Es Id ea Entrpreneur
  • 21. Funnel
  • 22. Fish BoneWhen summarising a topic or when investigating multiple cause and effects or when collating factors associated with acomplex topic and how they interrelate.
  • 23. Fish BoneKey Words Types - Home Principles Utmost Good Faith Pet Insurable Interest Average Clause Health Indemnity Assurance Motor Subrogation Premium House Contribution Insurance Actuary Employer Liab. Proposal Form Assessor Public Liab. Insurance Policy Broker Cash in transit. Certificate Agent Bad Debts Claim form People Types - Firm Documents
  • 24. Fish Bone
  • 25. Brain Drops sIdea When creating ideas.
  • 26. Risk Lea Taker shi der Decision p Maker Delegation Creative Reality Perception Innovative n Motiva catio muni tionCom START HERE Qualities / Skills of Entrepreneurs
  • 27. Cross Classification Chart Criteria TopicWhen condensing and organising comparative data according to various criteria
  • 28. CROSS CLASSIFICATION Sole Trader PLC Co-op Private Co FranchiseOwnershipControlLiabilityFinance
  • 29. Cross Classification Chart
  • 30. Venn Diagram (2 Circles) When examining the similarities and differences between two items
  • 31. Compare and Contrast Standing Order &Direct DebitStanding Order Direct Debit Set amounts Definite dates Variable amounts Drawer instigates Regular payment payments Approx dates Automatic Payee instigates payment debit from a/c
  • 32. Venn Diagram (3 Circles) When examining the similarities and differences between three items.
  • 33. Memorandum Articles ofof Association Association Procedures for Objectives of calling meetings business Amount Number of directors of Statement that company & how they should capital has limited liability be elected Names of Voting rights of Name of promoters shares business Name of company secretary Names, addresses and occupations of directors Declaration of compliance Form A1
  • 34. Four Corner OrganiserWhen characteristics of four related concepts/topics/people are being explored
  • 35. Four Corner Organiser Example Example Product PriceFactors to consider Factors to consider Promotion Place Factors to considerFactors to consider Example Example
  • 36. Four Corner Organiser
  • 37. Starburst (all points covered) When establishing and remembering points relating to a topic
  • 38. Starburst
  • 39. The Tri PiePro Con Grey AreaWhen expanding thinking to examine all aspects of a problem/issue
  • 40. Research GridQ1 Q2Answer AnswerQ3 Q4Answer AnswerQ5 Q6Answer Answer For independent learning: questions are written and students research and write answers
  • 41. Research Grid