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FOUR OCTOBER READING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS SETS
These teacher time-saving activities will provide engaging, meaningful practice to greatly improve your students' reading and writing skills, but are so quick and easy for the teacher to prepare. Each of the included graphic organizers can be used over and over and with ANY book you choose. Students will love the thematic pages and teachers will love the ease in which they can meet individual student needs.
THE BENEFITS OF THIS RESOURCE:
✓ No-Prep Needed - just copy and go
✓ Reusable - you can use the same organizer over and over with different books
✓ Differentiated - modifications are easy
✓ Can Be Used with ANY book - your students can all complete the same activity with books at their own level
✓ Reteaching Opportunities - because each organizer can be used over and over you'll have the opportunity to reteach and reassess as needed
✓ Flexible - use for literature centers, readers workshop, writer's workshop, small group instruction, RtI, morning work, homework and more
WHAT IS A GRAPHIC ORGANIZER?
A graphic organizer is a visual display that organizes ideas and shows the relationships between concepts or information. Graphic organizers guide childrens' thinking and help them to comprehend what they read. Graphic organizers are also an important tool for guiding student writing.
HOW TO USE GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS:
There are many benefits to using graphic organizers. They are commonly used to:
• brainstorm ideas
• organize thoughts
• structure a writing project
• collect information while researching
• increase reading comprehension
• plan for literature circles and book talks
• examine relationships in literature
• guide student thinking
WHAT SKILLS CAN YOU TEACH WITH GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS:
The skills that can be taught are endless. This specific resource includes graphic organizers that were designed to be use to teach…
✓ story mapping
✓ character traits
✓ brainstorming / webbing
✓ identifying facts
✓ main idea and supporting details
✓ non-fiction text features
✓ gathering information
✓ comparing and contrasting
✓ cause and effect
✓ fact and opinion
✓ note taking
✓ vocabulary and author word choices
✓ making connection
✓ sorting information
✓ report writing
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