Strategy 3: Using Graphic Organizers Implementation Guide
Whether or not you are new to using graphic organizers with informational or expository text, the materials in this guide will prove useful.
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- After groups design the organizer that best presents the ideas in an article, have them indicate the key words that influenced their choice
- Models for cause/effect, sequence, problem/solution, and compare/contrast graphic organizers are included in the packet
- Groups must design a graphic organizer that best represents the concepts in a text
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