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GraphicOrganizersfor
ReadingComprehension
Make a connection
Make a prediction
Map a Story
Analyze
Ask a Question
Reflect i...
Title:
Setting:
Characters:
Problem:
Event1
Event2
Event3
Event4
Solution:
STORYMAP1
STORYMAP2
Story Map
Characters – Who Setting – When & Where
Problem
Event Event Event
Solution
STORYMAP3
Sequencing
Sequencing1
Sequencing2
Problem And Solution
Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3
ProblemandSolutionOrganizer
Proof Proof
Prediction
Proof Proof Proof Proof
Prediction Prediction
Major Question
PredictionTree
Characters (Who) Setting (Where?)
First
Problem
Solution
Summary:
PlotSummaryGraphic
Title: Climax:
10. 11.
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7. 14.
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Problem:
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Setting: Author’s Theme:
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Person’s
Name
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Notes about
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Physical
Appearance
Notes about Person’s
Family/Growing UP Years
Notes about ...
Conflict Falling Action
Antagonist Point of View
Protagonist Theme
Setting
Climax
Ending
LiteratureAnalysis
What Happened?
Where did it
happen?
When did it
happen?
EVENT MAP
Who was
involved in the
event?
How did it
happen?
Why di...
Character, Setting, Problem, Solution
Characters (who?)
Setting (time?, place?, where?)
Problem / Conflict
Solution / Reso...
Concept 1 Concept 2
HOW ALIKE?
HOW DIFFERENT?
With Regard To
CompareandContrast
Title Main
Character(s)
Strengths Weaknesses Outcome
CharacterOrganizer
Feelings Description
Behavior Personality Traits
Character
CharacterMap
Character
Trait #1 Trait #2
Evidence EvidenceEvidence
Evidence Evidence Evidence Evidence
Evidence Evidence
Trait #3
Trait Trait
Trait Trait
Character
Event Event
Event Event
Describe the character in the beginning.
Event #1
Event #2
Event #3
Event #4
Event #5
Event #6
Describe the character at t...
Acts:
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2.
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Feels:
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Looks:
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Says:
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How he looks: His behavior: His thoughts:
Character:
His statements: His fears: Others’ actions toward him:
AttributeWeb
Character One Word
Description
Appearance Significance to
the Story
Do you know
anyone similar?
AttributeWeb
Character
Acts
ActionsLives
Looks
Feels
Says
CharacterWeb
Illustration Of Character:
Traits:
CharacterSketch
was was
was was
Character
because:
because:
because:
because:
Character’sEmotionsMap
Physical Appearance:
Actions:
Thoughts and Words:
Other Characters Thoughts and Feelings:
Author Tells Directly:
Character...
BOOK
Character
Trait 1
Trait 3
Trait 2
Proof, page #
Proof, page # Proof, page #
Proof, page #
Proof, page # Proof, page #...
Character Trait:
Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation:
Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation:
Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation:
Quote (pg...
TITLE OF STORY: ____________________
ASSIGNMENT CHAPTER(S) OR PAGES: _______
Keep a list of characters in the story/novel ...
Name: Title:
CharacterScrapbook
CharacterCluster
DESCRIPTION FOR _________________
Directions: Place your character’s name in the center of the graphic organizer. On the t...
Character A: Character B:
Trait: Trait:
Evidence page Evidence
page
TraitChart
Concept 1 Concept
2
How Alike?
_____________________________
_____________________________
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How Alike?
_____________________________________________________________________________
_________________________________...
Title/Topic__________________________________________
THEN NOW
ThenandNowContrast
Items Being Compared
Characteristics
Conclusions
CompareandContrast
Comparing A _________________________________________________
B _________________________________________________
C ______...
HIGH
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10
Story Event Story Event Story Event Story Event
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How The Same
How Different
CompareandContrast
Because
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Title of Story Book________________________________________
Example
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Description of...
Topic: _______________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
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5. 4.
MakingConnections
Objects that can fit in a box Things we don’t want
Things we can say/do with our voice Words related to money
1. 2.
3. 4.
...
1. Before reading, write the word to be learned __________________
2. Brainstorm – What is it? What is it like? What are s...
1. Write each word from the chapter vocabulary list in the first column.
2. Read each word as it is used in the above nove...
Word Part of Speech
Definition
In the book, it is on page ____. Copy the complete sentence below.
Word Part of Speech
Defi...
Sentence: _________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________...
Definition from Dictionary:
My Paraphrase:
Makes Me Think of:
Related to:
Questions I have:
VocabularyBuilder
1.
3.
2.
4.
StoryCycle
YES NO
Question?
DiscussionWeb
Imagery – Appeals to the
senses
Simile – comparison of
unlike things using like or
as
Metaphors – suggestion that
Unlike t...
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  1. 1. GraphicOrganizersfor ReadingComprehension Make a connection Make a prediction Map a Story Analyze Ask a Question Reflect in Writing Visualize Sequence Retell Re-read
  2. 2. Title: Setting: Characters: Problem: Event1 Event2 Event3 Event4 Solution: STORYMAP1
  3. 3. STORYMAP2
  4. 4. Story Map Characters – Who Setting – When & Where Problem Event Event Event Solution STORYMAP3
  5. 5. Sequencing Sequencing1
  6. 6. Sequencing2
  7. 7. Problem And Solution Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 ProblemandSolutionOrganizer
  8. 8. Proof Proof Prediction Proof Proof Proof Proof Prediction Prediction Major Question PredictionTree
  9. 9. Characters (Who) Setting (Where?) First Problem Solution Summary: PlotSummaryGraphic
  10. 10. Title: Climax: 10. 11. 9. 12. 8. 13. 7. 14. 6. 5. 4. Problem: 3. 2. Solution: 1. Setting: Author’s Theme: Main Characters: Note: From Classroom strategies for interactive learning, by Doug Buehl, 1995, Schofield, WI: Wisconsin State Reading Association. Copyright 1995 by the Wisconsin State Reading Association. PlotElements
  11. 11. Person’s Name and Title Notes about Person’s Physical Appearance Notes about Person’s Family/Growing UP Years Notes about Person’s Education/Work Experiences Notes about Person’s Problems/Challenges Notes about Person’s Accomplishments PersonPyramid
  12. 12. Conflict Falling Action Antagonist Point of View Protagonist Theme Setting Climax Ending LiteratureAnalysis
  13. 13. What Happened? Where did it happen? When did it happen? EVENT MAP Who was involved in the event? How did it happen? Why did it happen? EventMap
  14. 14. Character, Setting, Problem, Solution Characters (who?) Setting (time?, place?, where?) Problem / Conflict Solution / Resolution ConflictDissection
  15. 15. Concept 1 Concept 2 HOW ALIKE? HOW DIFFERENT? With Regard To CompareandContrast
  16. 16. Title Main Character(s) Strengths Weaknesses Outcome CharacterOrganizer
  17. 17. Feelings Description Behavior Personality Traits Character CharacterMap
  18. 18. Character Trait #1 Trait #2 Evidence EvidenceEvidence Evidence Evidence Evidence Evidence Evidence Evidence Trait #3
  19. 19. Trait Trait Trait Trait Character Event Event Event Event
  20. 20. Describe the character in the beginning. Event #1 Event #2 Event #3 Event #4 Event #5 Event #6 Describe the character at the end. The character feels… The character feels… The character feels… The character feels… The character feels… The character feels… CharacterChart
  21. 21. Acts: 1. 2. 3. 4. Feels: 1. 2. 3. 4. Looks: 1. 2. 3. 4. Says: 1. 2. 3. 4. CharacterWeb
  22. 22. How he looks: His behavior: His thoughts: Character: His statements: His fears: Others’ actions toward him: AttributeWeb
  23. 23. Character One Word Description Appearance Significance to the Story Do you know anyone similar? AttributeWeb
  24. 24. Character Acts ActionsLives Looks Feels Says CharacterWeb
  25. 25. Illustration Of Character: Traits: CharacterSketch
  26. 26. was was was was Character because: because: because: because: Character’sEmotionsMap
  27. 27. Physical Appearance: Actions: Thoughts and Words: Other Characters Thoughts and Feelings: Author Tells Directly: Character: CharacterMap
  28. 28. BOOK Character Trait 1 Trait 3 Trait 2 Proof, page # Proof, page # Proof, page # Proof, page # Proof, page # Proof, page # CharacterMap
  29. 29. Character Trait: Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation: Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation: Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation: Quote (pg. ___ ) : Explanation: CharacterTraitsandTextEvidence
  30. 30. TITLE OF STORY: ____________________ ASSIGNMENT CHAPTER(S) OR PAGES: _______ Keep a list of characters in the story/novel and use the character trait list to describe each one. Circle the page and the paragraph that proves these characters have the traits you mention. Name: Traits: Page: Paragraph: 1. 2. 4. 3. CharacterTraitMap
  31. 31. Name: Title: CharacterScrapbook
  32. 32. CharacterCluster
  33. 33. DESCRIPTION FOR _________________ Directions: Place your character’s name in the center of the graphic organizer. On the top line of each section of the organizer, list an essential human attribute your character possesses. On the lines below each attribute, provide pieces of evidence from the story that exhibit the attributes you have chosen. DescriptionCluster
  34. 34. Character A: Character B: Trait: Trait: Evidence page Evidence page TraitChart
  35. 35. Concept 1 Concept 2 How Alike? _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________ How Different? ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ With Regard To CompareandContrast
  36. 36. How Alike? _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ How Different? CompareandContrast
  37. 37. Title/Topic__________________________________________ THEN NOW ThenandNowContrast
  38. 38. Items Being Compared Characteristics Conclusions CompareandContrast
  39. 39. Comparing A _________________________________________________ B _________________________________________________ C _________________________________________________ A B C 3-WayVennDiagram
  40. 40. HIGH LOW From the point of view of: 10 Story Event Story Event Story Event Story Event 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 StoryEventIntensityGraph
  41. 41. How The Same How Different CompareandContrast
  42. 42. Because 1. ________________________________________________________ 2. ________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ 4. ________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________ is similar to CompareandContrast
  43. 43. Title of Story Book________________________________________ Example Example Example Example Example Example Description of Literary Device Description of Literary Device Description of Literary Device LiteraryDevices
  44. 44. Topic: _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________ What are four great questions that could show how much we understand about this topic? Initial Understanding Developing An Interpretation Making Connections Critical Stance GeneratingQuestions
  45. 45. 1. 7. 2. 6. 3. 5. 4. MakingConnections
  46. 46. Objects that can fit in a box Things we don’t want Things we can say/do with our voice Words related to money 1. 2. 3. 4. WordClassification
  47. 47. 1. Before reading, write the word to be learned __________________ 2. Brainstorm – What is it? What is it like? What are some examples? 3. Graphic Organizer: Definition: Synonym: 1. Vocabulary Word Sentence: Picture: 1. Before reading, write the word to be learned __________________ 2. Brainstorm – What is it? What is it like? What are some examples? 3. Graphic Organizer: Definition: Synonym: 2. Vocabulary Word Sentence: Picture: VocabularyJournal
  48. 48. 1. Write each word from the chapter vocabulary list in the first column. 2. Read each word as it is used in the above novel before you look it up. 3. Write your guess for the meaning of each word in the column on the right. 4. Look up the word in the dictionary. 5. In the middle column, place the definition of the word which best matches the use of the word in the book. Word Definition Guess 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. VocabularyinContext
  49. 49. Word Part of Speech Definition In the book, it is on page ____. Copy the complete sentence below. Word Part of Speech Definition In the book, it is on page ____. Copy the complete sentence below. VocabularyWork-out
  50. 50. Sentence: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Sentence Written Word by Word Vertically Another Way of Saying This Word (if possible) My Assumptions Paraphrasing
  51. 51. Definition from Dictionary: My Paraphrase: Makes Me Think of: Related to: Questions I have: VocabularyBuilder
  52. 52. 1. 3. 2. 4. StoryCycle
  53. 53. YES NO Question? DiscussionWeb
  54. 54. Imagery – Appeals to the senses Simile – comparison of unlike things using like or as Metaphors – suggestion that Unlike things are similar Hyperbole – Exaggerations to make a point Author’sTools

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