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Using Graphic Organizers

To get organized, you need to “get your ducks in a row.” That’s tough. Ducks are stragglers. Now imagine trying to get your geese in a V! That’s a job for a diagram or some other kind of graphic organizer.

Using Graphic Organizers

Every problem has a graphic organizer. Do you need to gather ideas to write a story? Try a cluster. Do you need to compare two things? Use a Venn diagram. How about organizing facts for an essay? Try an outline.

Clusters, diagrams, outlines, and other graphic organizers can help you get your ducks in a row or your geese in a V.

Goose Using a Graphic Organizer
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