This study skills workbook shows students how to organize information for better comprehension. Graphic organizers are a visual way to record and summarize information besides taking notes or outlining. This means they can be used by a variety of different learning styles.
This particular workbook features language arts topics, but the organizers can be used across all subject areas. Each graphic is explained and a sample completed so students can see how to visualize the information. Black-line, reproducible organizers are included in the back.
A variety of organizers are presented, including webs, Venn diagrams, fishbone maps, cycle diagrams, spider maps, charts, comparison matrixes, and cause and effect maps.
Content-Area Graphic Organizers
Publisher: Walch Publishing
Page Count: 104
Author: Margaret Cleveland
Age: 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
Grade: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Topic: Science, Thinking Skills, Organization, Learning