Use graphic organizers to challenge students, make learning exciting, and raise academic achievement! This research-based resource shows how graphic organizers can strengthen students' critical and creative thinking skills and help differentiate instruction in the classroom. The author provides nine types of graphic organizers based on Bloomas taxonomy and sample applications for different subject areas and grade levels. With rubrics for providing quality feedback included, this hands-on guide demonstrates how teachers can: Promote the critical thinking processes of assuming, inferring, analyzing, prioritizing, and judging Encourage the creative thinking processes of brainstorming, connecting, creating, and elaborating Modify graphic organizers or create their own to meet individual learning needsHigh school teachers often complain that their students cannot write an essay and have difficulty with thesis statements. ... As with any other skill, it takes practice to become good at analysis. ... Georgiaa#39;s Quality Core Curriculum, Maine Learning Results, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards, National English ... In the Elementary Grades Language Arts Analyze the character in the story.
|Title||:||Differentiating With Graphic Organizers|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 2008-09-23|