Graphic organizers can support all subject areas, languages, and levels of learning. Our collections for primary (grades K-2) and intermediate (grades 3-6) are arranged according to the reading strategy, comprehension skill, or learning process they best facilitate.
In this lesson, delve into the world of graphic organizers and gain an understanding of the definition and varieties. You'll also view examples of...
Because the use of visual learning tools is becoming widespread, the introduction of graphic organizers from an early age has been pushed as a means of facilitating familiarity with these extremely effective tools as early as possible.
In this teaching article, Katie McKnight reveals how graphic organizers are important and effective pedagogical tools for organizing content and ideas and facilitating learners’ comprehension of newly acquired information.
Primarily used in teaching and learning situations, graphic organizers use visual symbols to structure and highlight the most important aspects of a concept while removing information that is non-essential.
Graphic organizers are a great tool to use when teaching English language learners (ELLs). Visual illustrations allow ELLs to better understand the material while learning important vocabulary.
Using these tools, whether they be charts or timelines, requires that students learn how to use them. In other words, for a graphic organizer to be an effective teaching and learning tool, students have to be taught how to use that tool.
Would you like to improve your students' reading and writing skills? Using graphic organizers for reading comprehension will make it easier for students to make sense of what they are reading, organize their thinking, and strengthen their writing abilities as well.
T/TAC Link Lines February-March 2005 Different Types of Graphic Organizers and Their Uses
Activity / Graphic Organizer This activity and graphic organizer focuses on: Page # Introduction - how to use the activities and graphic organizers. 2 1.