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  1. Classroom Resources | Grades   K – 1  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Alphabet Chart
    This alphabet chart has many possibilities for helping your students learn and review their letters, sounds, phonemes, and word formations.
  2. Classroom Resources | Grades   K – 6  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Character Map
    Who are the characters in this story? Students will examine what a character looks like, what a character does, and how other characters react to him or her.
  3. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 12  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Compare and Contrast Chart
    This organizer can be used to help students explain similarities and differences between two things or ideas. After this organizer has been completed, it could easily be developed into a classroom discussion or writing topic on the information gathered.
  4. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 8  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Concept Map
    This concept map can be used in a variety of ways to show relationships between words and phrases. Students can add arrows as needed and group certain ideas together.
  5. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 12  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Conflict Map
    Ask students to remember a story with no problem or conflict. That would be difficult to do! With this printout, students learn to examine the critical plot element of conflict.
  6. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 8  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Connection Stems
    Connection Stems give students the language (and a reminder) to support their understanding by tying new learning to what they know about themselves and their world.
  7. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 8  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Connection Web
    Students use this printout to expand on connections they have made to a text and use those details to write essays or create projects about the text.
  8. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 8  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Double-Entry Journal
    This printout helps students record ideas and situations from texts in one column, and their reactions in the second, thus making a connection between the text and themselves, another text, or the world.
  9. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 12  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    Essay Map
    Use this graphic organizer to develop an outline for an essay that includes an introductory statement, main ideas, supporting details, and a conclusion.
  10. Classroom Resources | Grades   3 – 12  |  Printout  |  Graphic Organizer
    I-Chart
    This printout assists students with generating meaningful questions about a topic and organizing their writing by using a structured guide while researching.

 

General Graphic Organizers Worksheets

Learning organization techniques should not be a chore, but rather a process that everyone should grasp, understand, and implement into their lives. For example, if you're someone who is unorganized when it comes to bills, more than likely you have a hard time getting them paid by the due date. Another example might be with school work. If you're a student and you don't have an organization structure in place for taking and storing notes, then chances are you don't do very well with taking tests.

Organization is truly a skill. As a teacher, organization is a critical factor to how your day will go. You should put a few hours of into thinking about how you can better organize yourself from the moment the alarm goes off until your head hits the pillow.

Being well organized will help students and teachers both be productive in and out of the classroom. You will eliminate stress, and save time by demonstrating organizational skills. Efficiency will take on a whole new meaning, and you will notice that you're more calm because your life won't seem so out of control.

Once you have yourself day organized it is time to look at how to better organize and focus your students. A great way to do this is first to look at your class from their eyes. What obstacles and challenges must they over come? What can you share with them that would make those obstacles not as tall of an order? You can help them learn to study.

Now look at your individual lessons. What can you do to make large amounts of information digestible? Easy, graphic organizers! You might have heard the old saying “A picture is worth a thousand words!” It surely is true. Helping students learn the ins and outs of graphic organizers are key. You should always assume that they have no idea what the organizer tells them. Take a minute to explain what you see and they should see too.

We offer tons of graphic organizer worksheets to help students learn the importance of organization in the academic world. The visual graphics help students to interpret information and to keep things in order. Whether you need to organize a paragraph or work with diagrams, we can help! Be sure to check out the many different printable graphic organizer worksheets that we have available for you.