Graphic Organizers help map students' thinking, organize their thoughts, provide visuals for text information, and facilitate written responses. These 12 open-ended graphic organizers can be used for both fiction and non-fiction across a variety of text.
This FREEBIE Includes the following organizers:
Frayer Model-Graphic Organizer Students define develop target vocabulary words by attributes and formulating a visual representation.
Story Map-Character, Setting, Problem, Solution
Character change Graphic Organizer-Students identify character traits from the beginning of the story, the event that changed the character, and the ending Traits.
Cause and Effect Graphic Organizer-Students show story comprehension by identifying cause and effect relationships.
Inferring Graphic Organizer-Students use text evidence and quotes to infer character traits
Venn Diagram-Students compare and contrast concepts, characters, settings, stories, articles, etc. to identify similarities and differences.
Perspective Taking-Based on your own experiences and the text you read, how do you think the character is feeling? Explain your answer.
Main Idea and Detail-students identify the main idea and details of a text.
Bubble Map-Students can use the this graphic to brainstorm concepts or map character traits using adjectives.
Making Connections-Text to Self, Text to Text, and Text to World Connection Graphics
KWL Chart-Before, During and After Reading