Enlarge this graphic organizer at a local printing company or education agency. Use as an anchor chart or as part of a math center.
Use this chart for whole group instruction on a SmartBoard, overhead projector, or Elmo.
This table also works well as part of an assessment cycle of pretesting, checking for understanding, and posttesting.
Have students work in small groups with the requirement of only completing one column or row. Then, have the small groups come together to share information.
Use this graphic organizer as part of carousel reports.
Encourage students to use colored pencils, pens, markers, and highlighters to personalize their charts. This helps to increase engagement and interaction with the chart.
This graphic organizer can also be used as part of an interactive notebook. Final print size may need to be adjusted in order to fit in each student’s interactive notebook.
Cut the chart apart on the lines to create an interactive matching game as a way to differentiate this work. Students can glue the chart back together on a sheet of construction paper or a photograph of the chart may be taken as a record. These charts may be totally completed by a teacher, partially completed by a teacher, or not completed at all as part of this activity. Make these decisions based on data, accommodations, and student needs.