Differentiation is a critical component in challenging and engaging our students with just-right materials. DI allows our students to interact and practice with the same reading standards with the scaffolds they need for success.
In this resource, I have provided over 40 total graphic organizers that are perfect for reading response and listening to read. Each skill-specific organizer has at least 2 levels of differentiation and most of the organizers have 3 distinct levels.
organizers include space for students to illustrate their ideas, sentence stems, and circling of choices. Some word banks are included.
organizers include sentence stems and room for illustrations to match written ideas.
organizers include chunks of space for writing complete sentences and paragraphs, as well as, more developed organizers.
You will find graphic organizers for the following skills…
Organizers with 2 Levels of Differentiation
Visualizing while Reading
Nonfiction Text Features
Facts & Opinions
Organizers with 3 Levels of Differentiation
Sequence of Events
Cause and Effect
Fiction vs. Nonfiction
Compare and Contrast
If you have any questions, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Brown-Bag Teacher
***For other teaching and learning resources, check out my Math Centers & Visual Directions, and Editable Classroom Newsletters, and Word Work Centers & Visual Directions & Papers.