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Visual illustrations to help students establish and learn connections between concepts. Useful at any stage of learning, graphic organizers can be used to organize new material or to review information already discussed. This worksheet provides a three-column chart for students to keep track of their thoughts as they read an article or primary source. The first column is for facts, the second for questions, and the third for their own responses to the reading or to those facts and questions.

See also:character web, concept map, KWL chart, spider map, storyboard, T chart

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Graphic organizers can be used to describe, organize, compare and contrast, classify, and/or sequence information; to establish causal relationships; and to facilitate problem-solving.