Definitions for "Graphic organizers"
Graphic organizers are visual devices teachers and students create for recording, clarifying, and classifying information. They come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations and have a variety of labels and purposes, such as: Character maps, clusters, flowcharts, semantic maps, story boards, timelines, webs, Venn diagrams, word banks, word maps, and word walls.
A visual representation of organizing thinking and ideas such as a Venn diagram or a word web. Useful for all students and particularly for those who organize visually.
Visual representations, such as webs, diagrams, and content maps, which can be used in prewriting to help students organize their ideas on a specific topic.