FTCE Information in the Classroom Flashcards

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Graphs
A way to take a set of data and display it in a visually useful manner
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Data Table
A way to organize data by using rows and columns
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Pie Charts
AKA 'Circle Graph', round chart that shows how various parts make up a whole (100%)
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Bar Graphs
A type of organizational tool that allows the user to examine and compare how sets of data relate to each other, can be based on quantity or frequency
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Problem-Solution Organizers
Visual aides that help students see issues and pose possible solutions (e.g. two-column organizers)
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Single Topic Organizers
Taking a solitary idea and exploring it in depth (e.g. tree diagram, webs, clustering)
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Note-Taking Organizers
A huge variety of charts, graphs, and mind-mapping tools that allow students to retain information (e.g. Cornell notes, KWL charts, traditional outline, story maps)
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Compare and Contrast Organizers
Shows similarities and differences among ideas, nouns, texts, etc. (e.g. Venn Diagram, T notes, Frayer model)
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Sequencing or Flow Charts
This type of organizer allows for ideas to be organized in a linear fashion (e.g. chronological timeline or cyclical processes)
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Graphic Organizers
These are tools which allow the user to organize thoughts, connections, notes, and relationships in a visual manner.
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Many students struggle with organizing their thoughts and notes in the classroom. Teachers can help students overcome this barrier by utilizing various forms of graphic organizers, charts, and graphs in their classrooms and teaching students how to read these tools. This flashcard set will introduce you to different types of visual aides, such as pie charts and story maps, which will help your students organize information. You will also be introduced to various forms of communication, such as print and non-print texts.

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Graphic Organizers
These are tools which allow the user to organize thoughts, connections, notes, and relationships in a visual manner.
Sequencing or Flow Charts
This type of organizer allows for ideas to be organized in a linear fashion (e.g. chronological timeline or cyclical processes)
Compare and Contrast Organizers
Shows similarities and differences among ideas, nouns, texts, etc. (e.g. Venn Diagram, T notes, Frayer model)
Note-Taking Organizers
A huge variety of charts, graphs, and mind-mapping tools that allow students to retain information (e.g. Cornell notes, KWL charts, traditional outline, story maps)
Single Topic Organizers
Taking a solitary idea and exploring it in depth (e.g. tree diagram, webs, clustering)
Problem-Solution Organizers
Visual aides that help students see issues and pose possible solutions (e.g. two-column organizers)
Bar Graphs
A type of organizational tool that allows the user to examine and compare how sets of data relate to each other, can be based on quantity or frequency
Pie Charts
AKA 'Circle Graph', round chart that shows how various parts make up a whole (100%)
Data Table
A way to organize data by using rows and columns
Graphs
A way to take a set of data and display it in a visually useful manner
Visual Literacy
The ability to comprehend and interpret visual information (i.e. graphs, tables, political cartoons)
Parts of an Image
Color, Shape and Line, Light, Characters
Strategies to Teach Visual Literacy
Think Aloud, Visual Thinking Strategies, Quick Sketch, Research a Historical Image
Uses of Print
Different ways in which an author, publisher, or photo journalist is trying to communicate their ideas to the reader
Print Text
Using the written word to communicate ideas (e.g. poems, letters, articles, essays)
Non-Print Text
Images used to communicate an idea (e.g. videos, drawings, photographs)
What type of graphical organizer is this?
Venn Diagram
What type of graphical organizer is this?
Pie Chart
Is the following a graph or a table?
Graph
Is the following a graph or a table?
Table

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