Organizing Thinking

These books instruct students on the best way to organize and remember the information they have to learn. Students will learn to use graphic organizers (like charts, lists, diagrams, and graphs) by applying a variety of thinking skills to all kinds of lessons. The books show students how to organize their lessons in writing, social studies, math, science, music, art, and personal problem solving. Some of the organization tips include exercises in classifying, sequencing, drawing analogies, determining cause and effect, comparing and contrasting, and evaluating. Each book comes with 23 outlines of graphic organizers to fill in with any project, task, or assignment. - Rachel S.

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