Graphic Organizers

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A complete set of any graphic organizer a teacher may like to use in helping students organize their thoughts and interpretations of a concept: description webs, sequence flow charts, cause and effect, etc. VERY USEFUL!

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Graphic Organizers

  1. 1. Proposition Suggested Uses: Before delivering or writing a persuasive speech or essay, help students organize their thoughts. Proposition Argument 1 Argument 2 Argument 3 o Reas o Reas o Reas o Reas o Reas o Reas o Reas o Reas o Reas n n n n n n n n n From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008).
  2. 2. Description Suggested Uses: Introduce the features or an object or topic during Teacher Input, or have students provide them during practice. Feature Feature Object or Topic Feature From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008).
  3. 3. Sequence or Chain of Events Suggested Uses: Introduce the steps of a plot, event, or process during Teacher Input, or have students provide them during practice. Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008). OR
  4. 4. Cycle Suggested Uses: Introduce the steps of a cyclical process during Teacher Input, or have students provide them during practice. 1 4 2 3 From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008).
  5. 5. Cause and Effect Suggested Uses: Introduce the causes and effects of an event during Teacher Input, or have students provide them during practice. Ca use Cause t ffec E Event Effect Effec t se Cau From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008).
  6. 6. Classify and Analyze Suggested Uses: Have students classify and analyze groups of objects or ideas by writing levels of classification on horizontal lines and individual concepts or objects on vertical lines. From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008).
  7. 7. Part-Whole Suggested Uses: Have students dissect large ideas or concepts by determining the parts of each. Use the pie for single-level dissection, and the brackets for analysis of topics with multiple layers. From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008).
  8. 8. Concept Definitions Suggested Uses: Introduce the attributes and examples of two related but distinct concepts during Teacher Input, or have students provide them during practice. Concept A Concept B Attribute Attribute Attribute Attribute Attribute Attribute Attribute Example From The Skillful Teacher (Saphier, 2008). Example Attribute Example Example Example Example

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