With Using Graphic Organizers, students can practice analyzing nonfiction texts by using visual symbols to represent ideas and concepts, as well as learn to process information and use higher-order thinking skills.
Each lesson contains a blank organizer and a completed organizer with sample answers provided. Topics in this cross-curricular resource include:
- the tropical rain forest
- types of clouds
- the Civil War
- the California Gold Rush
- Harriet Tubman
- vertebrates and invertebrates
The book also provides differentiated instruction strategies and an interactive CD that allows organizers to be completed on a classroom whiteboard, computer projection device, or desktop computer.
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