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Chapter 10 Presentation Graphic Organizers

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  • 1. Chapter 10: Graphic Organizers Veronica Lugo Nereida Antunez
  • 2. Question #1: Anticipation Guide
    • Graphic organizers organize ideas.
    • Graphic organizers improve reading comprehension skills.
    • Graphic organizers build reading fluency.
    • Graphic organizers lack opportunity for assessment.
    • Multimedia can be used when creating graphic organizers.
    TRUE TRUE FALSE TRUE FALSE
  • 3. Graphic Organizers
    • Models that form a visual representation of concepts and ideas
    • Lead to a more meaningful learning experience at various levels
    • Provide displays of relationships among and between elements.
  • 4. Other Names Include…
    • Concept Maps
    • Mind Maps
    • Advance Organizers
    • Mental Models
  • 5. Digital Graphic Organizer Software Purchase Required Inspiration Kidspiration SmartDraw
  • 6. Software http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Main_Page Free Web Versions http://sourceforge.net/projects/vym http://sourceforge.net/projects/vym
  • 7. Basic Functions
    • Insert graphics
    • Add text
    • Create links
    • Insert/record sound and narrations
    • Generate outlines
    • Organize graphics, text, and links
  • 8. Question #2
    • What are the differences/similarities between paper-based and digital graphic organizers?
  • 9. Circular/ Cycle
    • Shows events or process in a repeated pattern
  • 10. Fishbone
    • Shows details of a complex topic.
  • 11. Flow Chart
    • Uses a set of distinctive shapes to show the steps of a process. Has beginning and multiple ending steps.
  • 12. Matrix
    • Good for comparing and contrasting information and for grouping information under key traits.
  • 13. Series
    • Shows the steps, stages, or sequence of events.
  • 14. Spider
    • Developed around one key topic. Describe attributes related to or different from the main idea.
  • 15. Star
    • Organized around a key theme with multiple aspects that can be described.
  • 16. Timeline
    • Shows key events over time.
  • 17. Venn Diagram
    • Two or more overlapping circles used to compare and contrast ideas.
  • 18. Web or Cluster
    • They are nonlinear.
    • Portray various aspects of central topics.
  • 19. ISTE NETS Addressed
    • Creativity and Innovation
    • 3. Research and Information Fluency
    • 4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making
    • 6. Technology Operations and Concepts
  • 20. Question #3
    • What new knowledge did you acquire about graphic organizers and how will you use it in your classroom?
  • 21. Activity!
    • Select a card
    • Choose one of the four suggestions.
    • Create the type of graphic organizer shown on your card that reflects the content area you selected.
    • Have Fun! Be Creative! Share!