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Visual Aids in reading

Visual Aids

Students can work in groups to develop one of a number of visual aids based on the text
while they are reading.
Visual organizers include time lines, sequence of events chains, mind maps, flow charts,
outlines, matrices, word maps, hierarchical maps, spider or web maps, herringbone maps,
compare-contrast diagrams, opinion chart, and cycle of events charts. These are described
and illustrated in the Organization page.
Divide the class into groups of three students.
Each member reads one-third of the assignment, taking notes on key ideas and supporting
details.
Then the members work together to develop the visual aid. All group members should draw
the graphic organizer.
Class discussion and presentation of results follow.
Evaluation may involve writing a summary of the entire reading or quizzing

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