Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students

Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
Internet Research Graphic Organizers for Elementary Students
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**Updated 6/17/18
Completely updated with new fonts, formats and options! This set of 22 graphic organizers can be used on a variety of websites for students when doing internet research. These graphic organizers are printables.

Use these graphic organizers to hold students accountable during computer time or use them to allow students to keep notes on a specific research topic!

*One set of the graphic organizers are geared to the specific website Wonderopolis. Students can record the main idea and details of the wonder they read, record new vocabulary, reflect on the learning of the article, and record new ideas based on their reading.

*One set of graphic organizers can be used on 4 different kids news sites (Time for Kids, Scholastic News, DOGO News, NewsELA).

*Lastly, there are 18 graphic organizers that will allow students to research any topic, whether for a Genius Hour, writing research project, or enrichment. There's 2 general research templates (1one-sided option and 1 back-to-back side option). Then there's 3 options for the 5 main text structures in mind.
>Description: 5 senses, web, or tree map
>Cause/Effect: chain of events, multiple causes for one effect, multiple events for one cause
>Compare/Contrast: classic Venn diagram, subtopic organized venn diagram, organizer with signal words
>Problem/Solution: one problem with more than one solution to reflect on positive and negative outcomes, two problem and solution boxes, main problem and main solution with other outcomes and problems
>Sequence/Order: timeline, sequence line, cycle

Students can pick the option that meets their purpose, or mix and match.







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