Graphic Organisers are research-based tools that engage and challenge todays students. Use graphic organisers to raise learning outcomes for all students, including English Language Learners and students with learning disabilities. The author presents graphic organisers for nine types of thinking processes based on Blooms Taxonomy and offers examples of how to apply the graphic organisers in different subject areas and year levels. This hands-on guide demonstrates how teachers can: Promote the critical thinking processes of assuming, inferring, analysing, prioritising and judging. Encourage the creative thinking processes of brainstorming, connecting, creating and elaborating. Modify graphic organisers or create their own to meet each students individual learning needs.
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