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kimeljk
Re: response to kimeljk
Tue Nov 25, 2014 13:59
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Stacy,

Thanks for your feedback. That's a really great insight that lower level readers come up with some of the best discussion topics from their reading. As a full time student I never think about running out of copy amounts, since I haven't had my own classroom yet so I believe the hand made graphic organizers are a nice alternative.

  • response to kimeljk - Stacy, Sat Nov 22 16:14
    I think that any age level student could allow a text to guide a discussion as long as that text is appropriate to their level. I find that the students who read at the lower levels come out with the ... more
    • Re: response to kimeljk - kimeljk, Tue Nov 25 13:59
    • graphic organizers - Emily Fox, Sun Nov 23 19:06
      In reference to this, I have had this discussion with colleagues and many of us have found that first exposing students to premade organizers is good. But then, allowing them the opportunities to... more
      • Re: Graphic Organizers - Ashley Carter, Mon Nov 24 13:26
        I totally agree! I think the most important thing is to teach students how to understand and complete any graphic organizer, rather than expose them to a million different kinds. Using similar... more
      • graphic org builders - Stacy, Sun Nov 23 19:17
        My colleagues and I give the students several opportunities to use and build graphic organizers and foldables. I know they are older than your students - but good things work for everyone -... more
        • foldables - Emily Fox, Tue Nov 25 19:58
          I never thought about them as graphic organizers...but really, they complete a similar task. They both help students organize their thoughts in a visual way. I think the most definitely could be a... more
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