Definition of Graphic Organizer Strategy

Definition of Graphic Organizer Strategy

According to Meyen, Vergason & Whelan (1996:132) graphic organizers are “visual displays teachers use to organize information in a manner that makes information easier to understand and learn”. There are several types of graphic organizers. Some examples include semantic maps, cognitive maps, story maps, concept maps, Venn diagrams and unit organizers.

Manoli. P & Papadopoulou M (2012: 30) conclude graphic organizers refers to visual  displays, graphic(al) displays/representations, graphics, tree diagrams, structured overviews, network representations, adjunct displays/aids to name some of the most common.

Griffin & Tulbert (1995:98) Graphic organizers are visual representations of information from a text that depict the relationships between concepts, the text structure, and/or key concepts of the text . They  sate  that  graphic  organizers are useful thinking tools that allow students to organize information and allow students  to  see  their  thinking.  They  add  that  graphic  organizers  are visual/spatial,  logical/mathematical  tool  that  appeal  to  many  learners  for  managing and organizing information


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