Graphic Organizers

These are the most common graphic organizers that I have used to help my students preview content, learn content, and review content to prepare for assessments.

 

Each Graphic Organizer folder (attached below) has a file with a blank organizer with the description at the top, and a file with some notes about how I have used it and what classes and assignments it would be good for.

 

In my class I have a file folders with blank copies of all of these organizers and then pasted or written on the top is the write up so the students (or me) can decide which is the best one for a given event.

 

Some of the organizers are called: Basic Essay Graphic Organizer, Repoter’s Notes, Q notes, Episodic Notes, Target Notes and more.


Oh yeah.....for some reason I write "GE" to mean 'graphic organizer'.  If you see that, that is what it means.

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