25 Graphic Organizers
Here's a must-have for your curriculum library. A packet of every kind of graphic organizer. There's even an index!
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- Fill out a template and use as a model for viewers
- As learners gain more experience using graphic organizers, ask groups to read a passage of informational text and design their own to graphic organizer to represent the how the information in the text is arranged
- The index groups, and lists alphabetically, all the graphic organizers contained in the packet
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