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Graphic Organizer Overload!

Graphic organizers can enhance the Tales2Go listening experience and provide a nice place to write down thoughts in an organized manner.  Requiring or offering graphic organizers during or after listening is just one of the ways to use Tales2Go at school and at home. These also work great for summer assignments (look for a blog post about that soon!)

Here are some newly added graphic organizers with some possible Tales2Go titles to use them with. Find all available graphic organizers here.

 

cause and effect
Use this cause and effect organizer with titles such as Why Mosquitos Buzz in Other Peoples' Ears and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

 

 

This classification chart is great for non-fiction texts such as The Magic Schoolbus Series and Ask a Question About Meteorites.
This classification chart is great for non-fiction texts such as The Magic Schoolbus Series and Ask a Question About Meteorites.

 

 

sequencing
This sequencing organizer is a great way for students to tell the beginning, middle, end and everything else between!

 

 

question and prediction tales2go audio books As students listen to books, they can be asking questions about characters or events in the story, making predictions and then finding actual answers. Use this with stories such as Caps for Sale and A Bad Case of Stripes.

 

 

swbst
This is a nice organizer for most fiction books. Some great titles include the Clementine series and The Teacher From the Black Lagoon

 

Here's one more that I found and love...

folktales graphic organizer
Thanks "Common Core Kingdom" for this fun graphic organizer you can use with great folktales such as Anansi tales and Pecos Bill

 

I hope you can use some of these in your classes or libraries! Let me know if you are looking for anything else to use.

Happy listening and don't forget to subscribe!

Stephanie :)

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