Vocabulary Graphic Organizers
For many students, a visual tool is a valuable resource for anchoring vocabulary instruction. Placing a new word such as the name of an animal in the center of a concept web and identifying types or traits of the animal in the areas connected to the center of the web gives students a mental image of the word's meaning. Reading A-Z offers many graphic organizers that are appropriate tools in vocabulary instruction.
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