Simply the best graphic organizers for language arts on the planet.

 

More than diagrams, these graphic organizers are thoughtfully designed and beautifully illustrated learning tools that focus on key concepts.

 

Each includes notes for educators, including Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Discussion Questions.

Please look at the sample pages and review the contents, listed below.

 

Research has proven what teachers and parents and kids have long known: graphic organizers are terrific tools for teaching and learning language arts.

 

Grades 5 and up.

 

Introduction

Research and Standards

Teaching Notes

Graphic Organizers

Vocabulary

1. What Is Vocabulary?

2. Vertical Vocabulary

3. Making Words My Own

4. Synonyms and Antonyms of a Word

5. Profile of a Word

6. Tracing the Development of a Word

7. Personal Word Log

Literature

8. What Is Literature?

9. Profile of an Author

10. Book Summary

Setting

11. What Is Setting?

12. The Formula for Setting

13. Piecing Together the Setting of a Story

Plot

14. What Is Plot?

15. Mapping a Plot

16. Plot and Subplots

17. Answering Questions About an Event in a Plot

18. Circle Map of a Story

19. Storyboard

20. Event/Decision Chain

Character

21. Character Traits

22. Clues About a Character

23. Character Circle Graph

24. A Character’s Problem and Solution

25. A Character’s Family Tree

26. A Character Constellation

27. Comparing and Contrasting Characters

28. Comparing and Contrasting Yourself to a Character

Composition: The Writing Process

29. Steps in the Writing Process

30. Step 1: Prewriting

31. Step 2: Drafting

32. Step 3: Revising

33. Step 4: Publishing

Grammar: Sentences and Parts of Speech

34. What Is Grammar?

35. Sentences

36. Parts of Speech

37. Nouns

38. Pronouns

39. Adjectives

40. Verbs

41. Adverbs

42. Prepositions

43. Conjunctions

44. Interjections

Mechanics: Capitalization and Punctuation

45. Capitalization

46. Punctuation

Applying Language Arts

47. Using Language Arts in Math

48. Using Language Arts in Science

49. Using Language Arts in Social Studies

50. Language Arts in My Own Life

51. A Language Arts Current Event

Additional Graphic Organizers and Templates

52. Personal Language Arts Glossary

53. K-W-L Chart

54. Major Idea and Details

55. Main Idea and Details I

56. Main Idea and Details II

57. Main Idea and Details III

58. Six Research Questions

59. Predictions and Outcomes

60. Venn Diagram Template

61. Triple Venn Diagram Template

 

 

Graphic Organizers for Language Arts

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    • Grades 5 and Up
    • 98 Pages
    • 61 Graphic Organizers
    • Key Language Arts concepts
    • Teacher support, including Objectives, Teaching Tips, and Discussion Questions
    • Proven results for students
    • Part of the Graphic Organizers Series
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  • Introduction

    Research and Standards

    Teaching Notes

    Graphic Organizers

    Vocabulary

    1. What Is Vocabulary?

    2. Vertical Vocabulary

    3. Making Words My Own

    4. Synonyms and Antonyms of a Word

    5. Profile of a Word

    6. Tracing the Development of a Word

    7. Personal Word Log

    Literature

    8. What Is Literature?

    9. Profile of an Author

    10. Book Summary

    Setting

    11. What Is Setting?

    12. The Formula for Setting 

    13. Piecing Together the Setting of a Story

    Plot

    14. What Is Plot? 

    15. Mapping a Plot 

    16. Plot and Subplots

    17. Answering Questions About an Event in a Plot

    18. Circle Map of a Story

    19. Storyboard 

    20. Event/Decision Chain

    Character

    21. Character Traits 

    22. Clues About a Character

    23. Character Circle Graph

    24. A Character’s Problem and Solution

    25. A Character’s Family Tree

    26. A Character Constellation

    27. Comparing and Contrasting Characters

    28. Comparing and Contrasting Yourself to a Character

    Composition: The Writing Process

    29. Steps in the Writing Process

    30. Step 1: Prewriting

    31. Step 2: Drafting

    32. Step 3: Revising 

    33. Step 4: Publishing

    Grammar: Sentences and Parts of Speech

    34. What Is Grammar? 

    35. Sentences

    36. Parts of Speech

    37. Nouns

    38. Pronouns

    39. Adjectives

    40. Verbs 

    41. Adverbs 

    42. Prepositions

    43. Conjunctions

    44. Interjections

    Mechanics: Capitalization and Punctuation

    45. Capitalization 

    46. Punctuation 

    Applying Language Arts

    47. Using Language Arts in Math

    48. Using Language Arts in Science

    49. Using Language Arts in Social Studies

    50. Language Arts in My Own Life

    51. A Language Arts Current Event

    Additional Graphic Organizers and Templates

    52. Personal Language Arts Glossary

    53. K-W-L Chart

    54. Major Idea and Details 

    55. Main Idea and Details I

    56. Main Idea and Details II 

    57. Main Idea and Details III 

    58. Six Research Questions 

    59. Predictions and Outcomes

    60. Venn Diagram Template

    61. Triple Venn Diagram Template

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