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  • hmm.. still hadn't memorize the different types of Graphic organizers ... i wonder who can help
  • One rainy day, Sofia is strolling down the street wondering who can help her to know the different types of graphic organizers
  • till she got a text message ...
  • from: Rose Wed2:30pm
  • Hey Sofia ? come over at my house lets have a study about our lesson, it's about the Graphic Organizers right? I have the references right on my room. We can easily know and memorize them.
  • Yes Rose, Of course ! you're such a savior .. OK I'm on my way to your house .. sent
  • First, a Descriptive or Thematic Map works well for mapping generic information, but particularly well for mapping hierarchical relationships.
  • At Rose's room..
  • Second is the network Tree it is about Organizing a hierarchical set of information, reflecting super ordinate or subordinate elements.
  • Fifth is the Problem-Solution Outline helps students to compare different solutions to a problem.
  • Third, When the information relating to a main idea or theme does not fit into a hierarchy, a Spider Map can help with organization.
  • The fourth one, if the information contains cause and effect problems and solutions, a Problem and Solution Map can be useful for organizing
  • You didn't tell me that you're so well in knowing those graphic organizers!! Where did you know those ?
  • okay, so tell me about some graphic organizers that you know Rose..
  • When cause-effect relationships are complex and non-redundant a Fishbone Map may be particularly useful.
  • Well I just read books from my library here in my room...
  • Another is Comparative and Contrastive Map can help students to compare and contrast two concepts according to their features.
  • Another way to compare concepts' attributes is to construct a Compare-Contrast Matrix.
  • Sure you can. Here are some books that contains the information about graphic organizers.
  • okay let me read them.
  • Can I borrow some books? so that I could be as knowledgeable as I can when talking about the Graphic Organizers..
  • oh here's another type of graphic organizer! It said that it is Sequential Episodic Map is useful for mapping cause and effect.
  • seems like you are already good at Graphic Oragnizers too Sofia!
  • A Human Interaction Outline is effective for organizing events in terms of a chain of action and reaction (useful in social sciences and humanities)
  • A Series of Events Chain can help students organize information according to various steps or stages.
  • A Cycle Map is useful for organizing information that is circular or cyclical, with no absolute beginning or ending.
  • Continuum Scale is effective for organizing information along a dimension such as less to more, low to high, and few to many.
  • You are so welcome Sofia you are my Bestfriend so I am so glad to help you.
  • okay Sofia thank youy for accepting my request as letting yourself come and study in my house.. see you tomorrow at our class..
  • bye..
  • That's because you helped me Rose Thank you so much. I owe you a lot ..
  • I think the rain is gone already and i think my mom is looking for me right now so think I should go..
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