Enjoy graphics galore designed to master CCSS in grades 7 and under to 12 +
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Mix these graphic organizers up in ways that work best for you. Or you can use and reuse the same few to practice multiple common core standards. However, to make it easier to navigate these mind guides I’ve designed them in 10 categories for your enjoyment.
i. Seven Choices to get more from these graphic organizers
1. Essay writing mastery –
2. Body paragraph – write an opposing view
3. Thesis topic – with supporting details
4. Sketch 4 words pictures (figurative speech) used
5. Web map main ideas, supportive ideas, and details
6. Concept map – 5 questions to get essay started
7. Topic sentences to keep your writing on track
8. Connective map to build introduction and conclusion
9. Question your way past writer’s block
10.Speech writing and presentation mastery –
11. Define your debate resolution
12. Write an introductory paragraph to build curiosity
13. Speech parts with allusion included
14. Pre-writing practice - brainstorm template
15. Counterpoints with shared components
16. Point of view –from a comedian’s perspective
17. Free-write as a whole brain prewriting task
18. Reword a newspaper or internet fact
19. Predict a takeaway for your concluding paragraph
20. Grammar mastery –
21. Vocabulary – map unfamiliar words
22. Graphic organizer to link lesson content to life
23. Figurative speech – what does it look like?
24. Create your own grammar flash cards
25. What if game – for new word lists
26. Literary device notes – create a cheat sheet
27. Edit text for mechanics
28. Edit text for sentence structure
29. Edit text for style
30. Rhetorical devices mastery –
31. Similes in the work
32. Metaphors as verbal pictures
33. Reader Response – relating to any text
34. Personification in readings and writing
35. Alliteration in reading and writing
36. Onomatopoeia in reading and writing
37. Hyperbole in reading and writing
38. Cliché in reading and in writing
39. Rhetorical speech – purpose and audience
40. Reading fiction and nonfiction text mastery –
41. Question who – what – where – when – how – why?
42. Informational text review
43. Sequence main events
44. Critical thinking - suggest a way past the conflict
45. Illustrate meaning - create a cover
46. Sit with an interesting character in the text
47. Laugh a little with your audience
48. Movement through dialogue
49. Dialogue can create conflict
50. Team building mastery –
51. Team project and role planning chart
52. Graphic organizer to score team project
53. Speak and feel heard - encourage team progress
54. Team participation form
55. Create your own team participation criteria
56. What role will each team member complete?
57. Team organizer for multiple points of view
58. Peer edit graphic to help you revise an essay
59. Create multiple intelligence team task cards
60. Tone and community building mastery –
61. Counterpoint as it relates to tone
62. Exit from class ticket
63. Learning contract - organizer
64. Tackle Concentration problems with brain tasks
65. Explain why to a critic -
66. Transform team talents into tools for the project
67. Track your tone progress
68. Disagree without bullying
69. Timeline for team work completion
70. Multiple intelligence tasks for ELA mastery –
71. Profile your intelligences
72. How many intelligences did you use?
73. Graph IQ actions. You cannot create if you …
74. Character strengths with evidence
75. Character weaknesses with evidence
76. Graphic organizer to show intelligences in project
77. Present 3 words in 3 intelligences
78. Plan several intelligences to use
79. Identify multiple intelligence traits in text
80. Giving presentations - whole brain organizers –
81. Research on track - present research supports
82. Presentation guide 1 – what went well?
83. Presentation guide 2 –
84. Presentation guide 3 –
85. Presentation guide 4 – what did they learn?
86. Presentation guide 5 – what did they not learn?
87. Presentation guide 6 – how did they dig deeper?
88. Presentation guide 7 – what changed as a result?
89. Presentation assessment comments
90. Brain Based Blank Extras-
91. Master and track individual standards
92. Create your own planning graphic organizer
93. Cause and effect
94. How many intelligences did you use
95. MI graphic organizer
96. MI lesson template for common core mastery
97. Name tags for class visitors
98. Chart to track standards
99. Track and address student progress for parents
100. Graphic organizers for story overviews or tests
101. State and track team member roles
102. Tips to get more from graphic organizers
103. Contact me
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