A Guide to Graphic Organizers: Helping Students Organize and Process Content for Deeper Learning
Corwin Press, May 30, 2007 - 245 páginas
"Creating a mindful rendering of student thinking with these graphic tools is at the heart of this extensive work. K-12 teachers will applaud this effort as they use these graphic organizers in rich and relevant instructional activities."-Robin Fogarty, Educational Consultant and Author"An excellent aid in teaching students to gather and process data systematically, develop critical thinking skills, and become actively engaged learners."-Mary Jo Johnson, Educational Evaluator, North Carolina School for the Deaf, Morganton, NCHelp students organize their thinking, process content, and work cooperatively!Graphic organizers are effective, research-validated tools for supporting student achievement, promoting students' higher-level thinking, and strengthening learners' visual and metacognitive skills.In this combined update of The Cooperative Think Tank I and II, James Bellanca offers teachers a collection of 24 ready-to-use graphic organizers to enhance student learning across subject areas and grade levels. Presenting each graphic organizer in its own chapter, the author includes lessons for introducing these engaging learning tools to students and offers tips for maximizing their positive learning effects. Revised with current research, new graphic organizers, and a streamlined format, this edition also provides guidelines for using graphic organizers to:Support cooperative learning groupsHelp students process contentEffectively assess students' understanding of conceptsFor novice teachers or seasoned veterans, Bellanca's extensive collection is the ideal guide to help you integrate graphic organizers into daily instruction.
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2007 by Corwin Ask students assessment Assign brainstorm chapter Check for understanding Check Prior Knowledge Clarify and Model classroom cognitive functions Complete the Task concept map Content for Deeper cooperative learning Corwin Press Deeper Learning DESIGN Check Prior develop Elementary Grade Example enable students EXAMPLES Elementary Grade Explain fishbone Grade Example Topic Grade Examples Mathematics graphic organizers grid groups of three Guide Reflection Guide to Graphic Helping Students Organize IDEAS Elementary Grade Ideas Your Ideas Instruct James Bellanca jigsaw Key Vocabulary Language Arts learning groups Learning Phase LESSON DESIGN Check Level of Difficulty metacognition Middle Grade Example Model the Task newsprint numbers Organize and Process ORGANIZER EXAMPLES Elementary prediction Process Content purchased this book Reproduction authorized Reuven Feuerstein Science Secondary Grade Example sense Level Social Studies story strategies summary teachers Thinking Process Thousand Oaks tool Venn Venn diagram words www.corwinpress.com