Thursday, April 18, 2013

Advance Organizers part 2

     This is the second part of the list of possible Advance Organizers again retrieved from National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials. Hope these will help teachers and students alike.

    Uses: Effective for organizing events in terms of a chain of action and reaction (especially useful in social sciences and humanities)

    Uses: When cause-effect relationships are complex and non-redundant

    Uses: Help students to compare and contrast two concepts according to their features.

      Uses: Compare concepts' attributes

    Uses: Effective for organizing information along a dimension such as less to more, low to high, and few to many

    Uses: Help students organize information according to various steps or stage

    Uses: Useful for organizing information that is circular or cyclical, with no absolute beginning or ending

   I hope this is enough for all of you. Again, special thanks for  National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials. You can visit this site to learn more about advance organizers.

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