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Concept Mapping

What: A strategy that uses graphic organizers to represent important attributes of a concept or topic and its relationships.

Purpose: To help students determine, organize, and focus upon important information as they read or before they write.

Recommended Grades: K-12

(from SPSD Instructional Strategies Cards) 



Anchor Charts

What: Visible classroom charts co-constructed by teachers and students to provide clarity.

Purpose: To prompt students to remember their learning, their work, and the processes they’ve explored.

Recommended Grades: K-12

(from SPSD Instructional Strategies Cards)

Think Alouds

What:A structured process where the teacher articulates his thinking during writing.

Purpose: To surface complex thinking processes which underlie writing, such as establishment of tone, clarity of text, and logical flow of the piece

(from SPSD Instructional Strategies Cards)



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