Using Folding Graphic Organizers

Students can make 3-dimensional foldable graphic organizers and use them to organize information from a reading. This could be information related to vocabulary terms, cause and effect, claim and evidence, or other groups of ideas.  After creating foldable graphic organizers, students can use them as a study tool to quiz themselves or to quiz a partner.

Tip: Pinterest has many of examples of folding graphic organizers.

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Development of Reading to Learn in Science was led by Jonathan Osborne (Stanford University) through a SERP collaboration. Support for Reading to Learn in Science was provided by the Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education through grant number R305F100026. The information provided does not represent views of the funders.

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