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Graphic Organizers develop higher order thinking skills with each story

- “Illustration of your thoughts on paper”

Gingerbread Man compare with Snow Child



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  1. K Web sites for each month -all inclusive resources

  2. Teachers NetChat Rooms

      Reciprocal Teaching   

Students take on the role of the teacher. Four strategies are used: summarizing, questioning  clarifying, and predicting. Begin with a sentence or two, tell the main idea, then begin questioning about the text. Make necessary clarifications. Gradually move on to paragraphs and larger portions of text.                                     

  1. BulletReciprocal Teaching Prompt Cards by Adrian Bruce

  2. BulletReciprocal Teaching Strategies at Work/Lori D. Oczkus - Excellent

  3. Reciprocal Teaching by Learning Point Ass.

  4. Reciprocal Teaching by Patti’s Electronic Classroom

  5. Reciprocal Teaching by Reading Quest. org

  6. UTube Reciprocal Teaching Explained by a student

  7. Reciprocal Teaching /Dr. Brozo

  8. Printables/ReadWriteThink

  9. Reciprocal Teaching Model Lesson

  10. Graphic Organizers/Education Place

What ever the story, Venn Diagrams are great in helping children make connections.

Venn Diagram

Second Grade Venn Diagram

The diagram below is from Rdg. T. 9/’94 by James Flood and Diane Lapp

This chart is good for Little Red Hen and other farm stories.

Photos from my brother-in-law’s farm in Minn.

Pinterest

  1. Graphic Organizers/Priscilla Shiogi/97 pins

  2. Foldables as Graphic Organizers/Always Learning/89 pins


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