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The Mighty! The All Powerful! The Graphic Organizer!

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The Mighty! The All-Powerful! The Graphic Organizer!

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The Mighty! The All Powerful! The Graphic Organizer!

  1. 1. The MIGHTY & ALL POWERFUL Graphic Organizer! @TheTechProfe
  2. 2. Get the Preso at bit.ly/powerfulgo
  3. 3. Some of our most powerful instructional tools have been hanging around forever, just waiting for us to notice them. @TheTechProfe
  5. 5. In this session Why are graphic organizers so powerful? 10 ways to use them in your classroom Few tips with greatest impact @TheTechProfe
  6. 6. The Research @TheTechProfe
  7. 7. Dual Coding Theory (Allan Paivio) @TheTechProfe
  8. 8. Dual Coding - Humans process info both visual & verbal form @TheTechProfe
  9. 9. Book @TheTechProfe
  10. 10. When learning new words or new concepts, it's helpful to form mental images for those ideas to reinforce those meanings. @TheTechProfe
  11. 11. Graphic Organizers keeps the words but arranges them visually. So we better understand how concepts are related @TheTechProfe
  12. 12. The Verdict on Research When graphic organizers are incorporated in instruction, student learning improves! @TheTechProfe
  13. 13. Graphic Organizers Meet the needs of all learners -UDL @TheTechProfe
  14. 14. Making Learning Visible Doodling Helps Memories Stick @TheTechProfe
  15. 15. The Mind’s Eye A Pre-Reading Strategy @TheTechProfe
  16. 16. 10 Uses for Graphic Organizers @TheTechProfe
  17. 17. 1. NOTE TAKING ● Reading ● Research ● Film ● podcast @TheTechProfe
  18. 18. 1. NOTE TAKING ● Let’s practice @TheTechProfe
  19. 19. 1. NOTE TAKING Teacher created is best if teacher knows the content ..ie lecture supports instead of having the Ss dev their own @TheTechProfe
  20. 20. 2. LECTURE SUPPORT @TheTechProfe
  21. 21. 2. LECTURE SUPPORT Coniser doing your lecture in a graphic organizer instead of PPT or Google Slides @TheTechProfe
  22. 22. 2. LECTURE SUPPORT Have students present in the form of a graphic organizer @TheTechProfe
  23. 23. 3. PRE-WRITING @TheTechProfe
  24. 24. 3. PRE-WRITING Plan and structure their ideas. Don’t treat graphic organizers as the final writing. Have them develop a draft only. Why is being bilingual important? @TheTechProfe
  25. 25. 4. TEXT ILLUSTRATIONS @TheTechProfe
  26. 26. 4. TEXT ILLUSTRATIONS Not a pre writing tool As an aide for their readers… As students create diagrams to support their own texts, they will be more likely to pay attention to those that appear in the texts they read. @TheTechProfe
  27. 27. 5. PRE-READING @TheTechProfe
  28. 28. 5. PRE-READING compare and contrast, description, problem-solution, cause and effect, and sequence of events @TheTechProfe
  29. 29. KWL chart @TheTechProfe
  30. 30. 6. ASSESSMENT @TheTechProfe
  31. 31. 6. ASSESSMENT @TheTechProfe
  32. 32. 7. THINKING TOOLS @TheTechProfe
  33. 33. 7. THINKING TOOLS foreign language class is studying vocabulary words for food @TheTechProfe
  34. 34. 8. UNIT PLANNING @TheTechProfe
  35. 35. 8. UNIT PLANNING Why they are learning the individual parts @TheTechProfe
  36. 36. 9. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT @TheTechProfe
  37. 37. 9. CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT Policy, Procedures, Class Rules @TheTechProfe
  38. 38. 10. RETRIEVAL PRACTICE @TheTechProfe
  39. 39. 10. RETRIEVAL PRACTICE Quiz kids on material Brain Dump @TheTechProfe
  41. 41. T1. Model how to use the organizers. If students aren’t taught how to use graphic organizers through teacher modeling and guided practice, they won’t get much from them. So take the extra step and model their use. @TheTechProfe
  42. 42. T2. Avoid complete sentences. Unless you have a very good reason to insist that students use complete sentences on their organizers, don’t do it. Complete sentences take up too much space, they take longer to write, and the effort to hold students accountable misses the whole point of the organizer. Show students how to use bullet points and sentence fragments to get ideas down and show how they are related. @TheTechProfe
  43. 43. T3. For complex material, consider teacher-generated organizers. @TheTechProfe
  44. 44. T4. Let students color outside the lines. Literally. @TheTechProfe
  45. 45. T5. Offer a variety of organizers for day-to-day use. @TheTechProfe
  46. 46. WANT THEM READY-MADE? Let’s GO! @TheTechProfe
  47. 47. Let’s learn how to create them! @TheTechProfe
  48. 48. Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  49. 49. What’s the Work? Sketch a… ● HOUSE ● CAR ● Coffee Cup ● Computer ● Pizza ● Bike Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  50. 50. Students need information and facts Martin Ricardo Cisneros @TheTechProfe
  51. 51. Get the Preso at bit.ly/powerfulgo