Graphic Organizer Resources from TeachersFirst

Whether you call them concept maps, mind maps, KWLs, or graphic organizers, these visual diagrams show relationships between concepts and provide a powerful tool for learning and connecting new ideas. Creating graphic organizers also helps today's visual learners build reading comprehension. This collection of reviewed resources includes tools for creating graphic organizers and many suggestions for ways to use them in teaching almost any subject or grade. Be sure to read the "In the Classroom" suggestions for examples of ways to use graphic organizers as part of a lesson or unit.

 

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Chickscope - University of Illinois

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3 to 8
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This site from the University of Illinois offers information on eggs, chicks, and ways in which to study them. The sections on "egg math" and embryology are the most complete, ...more
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This site from the University of Illinois offers information on eggs, chicks, and ways in which to study them. The sections on "egg math" and embryology are the most complete, though it's not entirely clear for which grades these activities were intended. That said, this one's worth a look, especially if your middle school science curriculum covers these topics.

tag(s): eggs (6)

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Use the chickscope embryology to show how a chick develops in an egg over a 21-day period. Have students complete the site as a learning center or laptop tour, looking at the development of the chick over a few days. As a companion assignment, have students take notes on the process on graphic organizers. For help making the sheets, use a site such as Mindomo, (reviewed here).

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Civilisations - BBC

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Though its design is complex, this site allows students to watch the spread of various world religions through a combination of interactive maps and timelines. By hitting play on the...more
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Though its design is complex, this site allows students to watch the spread of various world religions through a combination of interactive maps and timelines. By hitting play on the timeline, students can watch the spread of Judaism, Hinduism, Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, and Sikhism, as well as the spread of Roman and British control throughout the world. Modern political map overlays demonstrate the way in which political borders are at odds with religious borders in some regions of the world. While this site might be too complicated for individual student use, it serves as a great teaching aid for class room discussions of western heritage and world cultures topics.

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Use this site as an introductory activity to a lesson on world religions. Share the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector - using it as either a class activity to show where religions are physically, or as a cooperative group activity analyzing the content. If using it as a group activity, have groups answer questions focused on why certain religions are concentrated where they are, and relating physical barriers to cultural ones. For help making graphic organizers, try Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

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English Literature - the Seventeenth Century - Luminarium

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The Luminarium site provides a very nice collection of 17th century English literature, including poetry, in full-text. There is also biographical information on major authors, as well...more
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The Luminarium site provides a very nice collection of 17th century English literature, including poetry, in full-text. There is also biographical information on major authors, as well as a collection of web links for each author. We could do without the musical introductions, but they don't detract from the quality of this information.

tag(s): literature (275), poetry (228)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on this time period within a Language Arts or Social Studies class. Create a "scavenger hunt" through the site, guiding students through the various authors and statesman that had lasting impact on literature. We recommend using a graphic organizer to guide students through the site, using a tool such as Mindomo, (reviewed here).

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What Did T. rex Taste Like? - U.C. Berkeley

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This well-organized site from U.C. Berkeley provides high school students with an introduction to cladistics (a way of organizing living things by common ancestry and evolutionary relationships)...more
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This well-organized site from U.C. Berkeley provides high school students with an introduction to cladistics (a way of organizing living things by common ancestry and evolutionary relationships) and involves students in posing hypotheses about past life based upon evolutionary history. The site was created with support from the National Science Foundation.

tag(s): dinosaurs (57), evolution (100), fossils (44)

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Use this activity as a learning center or station during a unit on cladistics. Save this site as a favorite on classroom computers and have students complete the activity in pairs or cooperative learning groups. This would be a great activity during a Biology class. As an extension, students can summarize what they learned in an flow chart or graphic organizer. Have students use a site such as Befuddler, (reviewed here).

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History in Pictures - Time, Inc.

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The Life magazine web site offers many thematic collections of images from the 1930s through the 60s. While all are copyrighted, they provide elegant illustrations of what life was...more
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The Life magazine web site offers many thematic collections of images from the 1930s through the 60s. While all are copyrighted, they provide elegant illustrations of what life was like in the mid 20th century. Try this one if you need illustrations for a lesson unit or subject area.

tag(s): air (163)

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Use this site as a means to search for images to be used in a visual discovery activity. Select 3-5 images from this site, to be placed on a PowerPoint presentation. Have students view images one at a time, while filling out a graphic organizer asking them to observe, infer and predict the events seen in the image. This activity is a great way to get students talking about the content in a way that's helping them review simultaneously. After students have seen all the images, a great way to review is to have students discuss what their answers were and how they came to find them.

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Images of the Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life - University of Virginia

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The University of Virginia has gathered this collection of images documenting the slave trade and the lives of slaves in early America. Images are indexed by topic, and there are ...more
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The University of Virginia has gathered this collection of images documenting the slave trade and the lives of slaves in early America. Images are indexed by topic, and there are brief descriptions and source references for each image.

tag(s): africa (180), african american (113), slavery (72)

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History teachers will find this one interesting as a primary resource. Within an ESOL class, these images would be great for a picture walk! Print out and hang 10-15 images around the classroom. Have students walk around the classroom spending a designated amount of time at each image. This works best if the teacher creates a graphic organizer to accompany the images, with specific questions being asked about the images. This would be a great way to teach students the content without worrying about reading levels and the like.

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Star Spangled Banner - Smithsonian

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Learn about the flag that inspired the National Anthem at this Smithsonian site. The site includes a quiz, a teacher section, and descriptive information about the flag, the War of...more
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Learn about the flag that inspired the National Anthem at this Smithsonian site. The site includes a quiz, a teacher section, and descriptive information about the flag, the War of 1812, and the battle at Fort McHenry that inspired Francis Scott Key's poem.

tag(s): national anthem (4), war of 1812 (14)

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Use this site as an introductory activity for a lesson on the Flag's creating during a unit on the American Revolutionary War. Introduce the site on the interactive whiteboard before allowing students to explore it in cooperative learning groups on classroom computers. Have the students search the site with, answering specific questions on a follow-along (created by you) that encourages them to explore the site in depth. For help with making that follow-along, we recommend using Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here). Afterward, have a class discussion or some sort of reflection piece to allow students to vocalize questions and opinions about the information presented.

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Rock Cycle Experiments - BBC

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4 to 12
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The BBC's education site, intended for Keystage 3 (midddle school in the U.S.), has done a nice job of capturing the essential elements of the rock cycle from igneous creation ...more
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The BBC's education site, intended for Keystage 3 (midddle school in the U.S.), has done a nice job of capturing the essential elements of the rock cycle from igneous creation on through the other stages. There are plenty of graphics and explanation, along with links to related experiments and activities. This one could work at a number of different grade levels.

tag(s): erosion (17), geology (81), minerals (17), rocks (49), volcanoes (61)

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Share this site on an interactive whiteboard or projector or assume it as one of several rock cycle resources for students to navigate on their own before creating their own explanation of the rock cycle as a graphic organizer with Bubbl.us, reviewed here, timeline using Dipity, reviewed here, or narrated series of images try UtellStory, reviewed here.

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Lewis and Clark - In Their Footsteps - Sierra Club

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The Sierra Club's treatment of the Lewis and Clark expedition concentrates on the wilderness areas the explorers found, what they thought of them, and what those same areas are like...more
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The Sierra Club's treatment of the Lewis and Clark expedition concentrates on the wilderness areas the explorers found, what they thought of them, and what those same areas are like today. You can read from the explorer journals, visit a selection of sites, and learn how to protect the wilderness areas that still exist. The site does a good job with both the historical content and the naturalist's perspective.

tag(s): jefferson (19), lewis and clark (15), louisiana (11), louisiana purchase (7)

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Use this site as a learning center during a unit on Lewis and Clark and their exploration of the West. Because there is a lot of information on this site, we recommend providing students with a graphic organizer to guide them through and highlight what is most important. For help creating graphic organizers, try - Mindomo, (reviewed here).

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FireWise

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6 to 12
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Though not designed specifically for students, this site, containing a wealth of information on ways to minimize dangers to people from forest fires, includes many examples of how man...more
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Though not designed specifically for students, this site, containing a wealth of information on ways to minimize dangers to people from forest fires, includes many examples of how man and his environment can be at odds with one another. In addition to the scientific issues involved in fire control and prevention, this site would contribute to a discussion on ecosystems and encroachment into wilderness areas.

tag(s): fire (25), fire prevention (10)

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As your students study about safety or environmental issues, include this site as a resource. Ask students to create a fire pro and con list as they discuss the more obvious safety issues of fire and the balancing role that fire can play in renewing habitats and nature's cycles. Use a graphic organizer tool such as bubbl.us (reviewed here) to map out the many impacts that wildland fires can have.

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Woody Guthrie: Bound for Glory - Museum of Musical Instruments

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The Museum of Music History offers this online exhibition about the songs and life of singer Woody Guthrie. There are lyrics, music samples, and background information on the singer's...more
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The Museum of Music History offers this online exhibition about the songs and life of singer Woody Guthrie. There are lyrics, music samples, and background information on the singer's life and life during the great depression. This one would be a great adjunct to a study of either folk music or the Depression.

tag(s): composers (21), great depression (24), songs (52)

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Use this site to shed some more light on the famous singer who created one of the great patriotic songs in American history. Introduce this site on the interactive whiteboard before allowing them to explore it on their own or in groups on classroom computers. If using a follow-along or graphic organizer, teachers could tailor this lesson to be a focus on the Great Depression and how it affected different types of people. If using a graphic organizer we recommend Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here)

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Antarctic Explorations - The Exploratorium

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Follow a team of scientists visiting Antarctica from December, 2001 to January, 2002. If you miss the live events, there are lots of reports filed on activities conducted during the...more
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Follow a team of scientists visiting Antarctica from December, 2001 to January, 2002. If you miss the live events, there are lots of reports filed on activities conducted during the visit. This site also has background sections on the Antarctic climate, the history of exploration, and the scientific tools and tasks involved in Antarctic science. From the Exploratorium.

tag(s): antarctica (29), arctic (44), explorers (61)

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Use this videos on this site as a learning center or station during a unit on the water cycle or Continental Drift during an Earth Sciences or Physical Geography class. This activity would work best with a graphic organizer - we recommend Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

The link concerning continental drift, entitled Gondwanaland, would also be a great activator to that unit. Share the site on the interactive whiteboard or projector to help students visualize how the spreading of the continents took place over the eons.

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The Endurance - Kodak

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Kodak offers a highly visual site about an ill-fated Antarctic expedition. Learn about the scientific inquiries at the turn of the century and the circumstances that led the ship Endurance...more
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Kodak offers a highly visual site about an ill-fated Antarctic expedition. Learn about the scientific inquiries at the turn of the century and the circumstances that led the ship Endurance to its sorry fate. It's a great scientific adventure.

tag(s): antarctica (29), arctic (44), explorers (61)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit on exploration in Antarctica. Students can take the virtual tour, filling out a guide or graphic organizer along the way. For help making graphic organizers, we recommend using Mindomo, (reviewed here).
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50states.com

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This site offers metalists (most of the content isn't theirs) for each state, including bios of presidents from that state, attractions, public records, and more. There's much more...more
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This site offers metalists (most of the content isn't theirs) for each state, including bios of presidents from that state, attractions, public records, and more. There's much more than history items at this site, which may or may not be an advantage.

tag(s): states (162)

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There are a lot of ads from this site, so if using be sure to forewarn students not to access any of the side links. Use this site if creating state profiles during an American History class. This activity works best if accompanied by a guided graphic organizer or worksheet - we recommend using Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

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Geography4Kids - Kapili

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This physical geography site, a part of the Kapili Collection, presents a well-written, nicely illustrated introduction to physical landforms, biomes, climates, and dozens of other...more
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This physical geography site, a part of the Kapili Collection, presents a well-written, nicely illustrated introduction to physical landforms, biomes, climates, and dozens of other elements of physical geography. Written as a "tour" of the topic, the presentation invites browsing while delivering plenty of content in approachable form.This one's a winner.

tag(s): biomes (116), landforms (45)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a unit or lesson on geography and environmental sciences. Have cooperative learning groups explore the site on classroom computers, filling out pre-made graphic organizers to highlight the most important information from the site. (For help making graphic organizers, see Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here))

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Red Files - PBS

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From the PBS series of the same name. The site chronicles the cold war spying duel between the Russian KGB and the western intelligence services. Seductive design and captioning will...more
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From the PBS series of the same name. The site chronicles the cold war spying duel between the Russian KGB and the western intelligence services. Seductive design and captioning will attract the "spy freaks" in your class!

tag(s): cold war (29)

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Use this site as a learning center or station during a lesson or unit on the cold war. There is a LOT of information on this sites so teachers can either try to incorporate on several different days or tailor the center to focus on one specific aspect of the KGB. In order to better guide students through the site, we recommend creating a follow-along. For help making easy graphic organizers, try Mindomo, (reviewed here).

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The Wars for Vietnam - Vassar College

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9 to 12
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Historical perspective on Vietnam, its history, and the evolution of American involvement. ...more
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Historical perspective on Vietnam, its history, and the evolution of American involvement.

tag(s): vietnam (36)

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This site hosts a TON of information about the Vietnam war - from overviews to primary sources! During a unit studying the Vietnam war, have students use this site as a means to learn some of the basic concepts in a non-lecture format. Create a follow-along for this site using a tool such as Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here). Have students read through the overview offered on classroom computers, while filling out their organizers.

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The Seneca Falls Convention - Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress offers this collection of newspaper clippings and other information about the famous 1848 women's rights convention. ...more
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The Library of Congress offers this collection of newspaper clippings and other information about the famous 1848 women's rights convention.

tag(s): women (101)

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Introduce the copy of the Seneca Falls Declaration to students via projector before covering the topic deeper with the newspaper clippings hosted on the site. Assign cooperative learning groups a newspaper article, making sure that every group has a different article. Have students analyze their articles, preferably with the help of a guided worksheet. (For help making graphic organizers, try Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).) After students are done, have them present each of their articles, focusing on bias and perspective as well as facts covered in the story. This is a great way to teach students how to analyze and summarize as well as indirectly cover the important content. American History teachers will appreciate this one!

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Remembering Pearl Harbor - National Geographic

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The National Geographic's visually attractive presentation on the Pearl Harbor attack includes several resources that could easily be adapted for instructional purposes, and the interest...more
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The National Geographic's visually attractive presentation on the Pearl Harbor attack includes several resources that could easily be adapted for instructional purposes, and the interest in first-person accounts and recollections could be adapted for many different subjects. This site could also be a nice resource for student research and reports.

tag(s): pearl harbor (12), world war 2 (142)

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Use the "attack map" on this site as a learning center or station during a lesson on the attack on Pearl Harbor. Students can view the map in cooperative learning groups or individually, although because there is a lot of information - we recommend creating a follow-along to highlight for students what's most important. For help creating graphic organizers, we recommend trying Graphic Organizer Maker, (reviewed here).

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California As I Saw It - Library of Congress

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The Library of Congress has collected original writings by settlers and explorers in California during the period 1850-1900. Indexed by author, subject, and title, this site offers...more
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The Library of Congress has collected original writings by settlers and explorers in California during the period 1850-1900. Indexed by author, subject, and title, this site offers lots of starting points for talented students interested in using primary source materials for research in history or social studies.

tag(s): california (27), explorers (61), gold rush (19)

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This would be a very useful site for covering the Gold Rush in a US history classroom. Select several documents and images that could be used for a document-centered activity in your classroom. Assign students to groups, with each receiving a different document and/or image. Have students fill out graphic organizers about each document, with the intentions of rotating all until students have received every one. At the end of the activity, have a class discussion of what students found and what their answers indicate. A refreshing way to teach Gold Rush history without another lecture.

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