At the price, you get each organizer for only 70 cents!
I have included my top five graphic organizers from my classroom. These organizers have helped my students read and understand science texts and articles, but could be used for any non-fiction text. After requiring students to try out each one, I create a bulletin board with them and keep them up all year for students to pick up to help them self monitor and provide scaffold themselves. I have the pockets labeled: vocabulary, summary, main idea, small group discussions, and journal prompt cards. I have found that my students are much more prepared for reading conferences when they use these for non-fiction articles since there is so much to take in. It helps them slow down and read for meaning rather than speed.
The set of 5 was made to cover and include CCSS for informational texts for grades 3-12.
My students really enjoy the reading prompt cards! We do various activities with them as they can be used in multiple ways. We have had sets at each table to use, students sometimes make their own then swap with another group, or I have students pull one when they are meeting with me about their reading. It keeps the conferences fresh for both teacher and student since it isn't the same prompt every time!