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Graphic Org Lecture-FINAL

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GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

MICHAEL JOAVANNI E. PEREZ
LECTURER

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What are Graphic Organizers?
instructional tools used to illustrate a student or class's prior knowledge about a topic or section of text; are pictorial way of constructing knowledge and organizing information. They are imaged representation that provides a framework for the actual idea.

to ‡ organize information. and ‡ stay focused on the content material. and ‡ guide thinking. and ‡ relate the new concepts to the old. After a lesson.How can graphic organizers help your students? Graphic organizers can be used before a lesson to ‡ activate prior knowledge. to ‡ confirm or rethink prior knowledge. During a lesson. .

How can you implement graphic organizers in order to effectively meet the diverse learning needs of students? Baxendell (2003) has established the following three principles in order to guide the effective use of graphic organizers in the classroom. Consistent Coherent Creative . which are referred to as the "three Cs".

CONSISTENT ‡ Create a standard set of graphic organizers ‡ Establish a routine for implementing them in a classroom .

COHERENT ‡ Provide clear labels for the relationship between concepts in graphic organizers ‡ Limit the number of ideas covered ‡ Minimize distractions .

CREATIVE ‡ Use during all stages of lesson design ‡ Incorporate during homework and test review ‡ Add illustrations ‡ Implement with cooperative groups and pairs .

. use a cyclic graphic organizer. with no beginning and no end. It is used to show how a series of events interact to produce a set of results again and again (weather phenomena.What are the different types of graphic organizers? CYCLE OF EVENTS If the topic involves a recurring cycle of events. cycles of achievement and failure. the life cycle).

WORKSHOP (30 MINS.) .

CONTINUUM OR TIMELINE If the topic has definite beginning and ending points and a number of divisions or sequences in between. . Example: Displaying milestones in a person's life. use a continuum/timeline.

) .WORKSHOP (30 MINS.

and end. with a definite beginning. uses a chain of events graphic organizer. middle. . Example: Analyzing the plot of a story.CHAIN OF EVENTS If the topic involves a linear chain of events.

WORKSHOP (30 MINS.) PROPER TECHNIQUES IN HAND WASHING .

. Example: Displaying the probabilistic results of tossing coins. use a tree as your graphic organizer.TREE If the topic involves a chain of events with a beginning and with multiple outcomes at each node (like a family tree).

) .WORKSHOP (30 MINS.

FLOW CHART If the topic involves a chain of instructions to follow. Example: Computer programmers sometimes use flowcharts to organize the algorithm before writing a program. with a beginning and multiple possible outcomes at some node. with rules at some nodes. use a flowchart. .

WORKSHOP (30 MINS.) CHECK-UP PROCEDURES .

STAR If the topic involves investigating attributes associated with a single topic. use a star diagram as your graphic organizer. memorizing. Example: Finding methods that help your study skills (like taking notes. doing homework.). etc. reading. .

) .WORKSHOP (30 MINS.

etc. . memorizing.). and then obtaining more details on each of these ideas. and investigating the factors involved in performing each of the methods. reading. use a spider diagram as your graphic organizer. This is like the star graphic organizer with one more level of detail. Example: Finding methods that help your study skills (like taking notes.SPIDER If the topic involves investigating attributes associated with a single topic.

) .WORKSHOP (30 MINS.

use a fishbone diagram as your graphic organizer.FISHBONE If the topic involves investigating multiple cause-and-effect factors associated with a complex topic and how they interrelate. . Example: Examining the effects of improved farming methods.

WORKSHOP (30 MINS.) .

who invented them. Example: Creating a display of key inventions. use a chart/matrix. etc. . where and why they were invented. when.CHART/MATRIX If the task involves condensing and organizing data about traits of many items.

WORKSHOP (30 MINS.) .

CLOUD/CLUSTER If the topic involves generating a web of ideas based on a stimulus topic. use a clustering diagram as your graphic organizer. . Example: brainstorming.

) .WORKSHOP (30 MINS.

. or comparing a book and the accompanying movie. use a Venn diagram. Example: Examining the similarities and differences between fish and whales.VENN DIAGRAM If the task involves examining the similarities and differences between two or three items.

) .WORKSHOP (30 MINS.

How to Choose a Graphic Organizer? .

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