Graphic organisers

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Graphic organisers

  1. 1. GRAPHIC ORGANISERS“All learners are, to some extent, visual learners” – Steve Darn, Teacher Trainer
  2. 2. WHY GRAPHIC ORGANISERS? 2. Language barriers 1. The learner has (words, grammar) a different way of are removed – seeing and thinking learners focus on the about information. connections between information.4. Subject-matter is comprehended 3. The learner can generate ideas faster. We can assess students and see possibilities associated knowledge and understanding with a topic as the map grows of content, thinking skills and creativity stimulated
  3. 3. USES OF GRAPHIC ORGANISERS
  4. 4. Choosing an organiser Is only one topic Are there similarities Is it a complex involved, and topic?or are there many? differences, pros and cons?
  5. 5. TYPES AND FUNCTIONS
  6. 6. VENN DIAGRAM – ILLUSTRATE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
  7. 7. SPIDER DIAGRAM (MIND / CONCEPT MAP)TO ADD MORE DETAILS TO A TOPIC / BRAINSTORMING
  8. 8. THE TEACHER’S ROLE FLOW CHARTS
  9. 9. Think of ways you could use a graphic organiser to make yourlessons more dynamicHelp your students to do the following - Brainstorm Diagram Organise Outline Think Use the following online tool – https://bubbl.us.com or www.creately.com

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