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Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers
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Teaching Writing with Graphic Organizers

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  • Has to be mapped out and be specific with the statements!
  • http://lucidchart.com
  • http://lucidchart.com
  • http://lucidchart.com
  • T Chart is used for listing out two different viewpoints of the same topic. For ex. The pros and cons of Online Education, the benefits and drawbacks of Social Media, and so on.
  • Fishbone diagram is generally used to identify the cause and effect of any given situation.
  • Fishbone diagram is generally used to identify the cause and effect of any given situation.
  • Fishbone diagram is generally used to identify the cause and effect of any given situation.
  • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/cube-30057.html
  • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/cube-30057.html
  • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/cube-30057.html
  • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/student-interactives/cube-30057.html
  • ©Kevin Hodgson, Dogtrax.edublogs.org
  • http://www.digitales.us/evaluating-projects/scoring-guides
  • http://pear.ly/bKmy9, http://www.pearltrees.com/shellyterrell/graphic-writing-organizers/id6566287
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    • 1. TeachingWriting with GraphicOrganizersShellyTerrell.com Pear.ly/bKmy9 Bit.ly/ELTLINKs
    • 2. “The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words beingthere, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.” ~Vladimir Nabakov
    • 3. Brainstorming, Birth of an Idea by Superlative00, FlickrWriting is a tedious cognitive process!
    • 4. Graphic organizers help learnerscategorize & organize thoughts & ideas!
    • 5. Mindmapping! Concept Mapping!
    • 6. On the floor, as a game
    • 7. Collaborative BrainstormingJohn, Elsa & Ben by Trozbo, Flickr •Whiteboard •Butcher paper •Poster board
    • 8. Twiddla.com
    • 9. Mind42.com
    • 10. Bubbl.us
    • 11. Various Types Image by Brevard Public Schools
    • 12. Various Formats Image by Brevard Public Schools
    • 13. Teach thewhole writingprocess oraddressspecific areasof writing
    • 14. Pre-Writing
    • 15. Post-Writing
    • 16. LucidChart.Com
    • 17. LucidChart.Com
    • 18. LucidChart.Com
    • 19. Creately.com
    • 20. Creately.com
    • 21. Fishbone Diagram
    • 22. Cycle Diagram
    • 23. Y Chart
    • 24. Bit.ly/RWTCube
    • 25. Bit.ly/RWTCube
    • 26. Create a Physical Cube
    • 27. Teach-nology.com/worksheets/graphic
    • 28. Storyboarding ©Kevin Hodgson, Dogtrax.edublogs.org
    • 29. Bernajean Porter, www.digitales.us©
    • 30. Assess with a Scoring Guide! Create your own with this generator.©Bernajean Porter,Digitales.us/evaluating-projects/scoring-guides
    • 31. All resources in this presentation bookmarked here, Pear.ly/bKmy9
    • 32. ShellyTerrell.com Pear.ly/bKmy9Bit.ly/ShellTerrell Bit.ly/ELTLINKs

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