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Have any of you used graphic organizers. I use a foldable with my students while teaching the chapter on quadrilaterals in geometry. It seems to help them. I am interested in learning a variety of ideas that any of you have found helpful in your math classrooms.

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Comment by Rashmi Kathuria on January 28, 2010 at 9:28am
I like the idea of using graphic organisers. Could you please share this idea in detail with example?
Comment by Charlene Price on February 14, 2010 at 5:05am
Rashmi, I have not ignored your post. I am trying to figure out a way to show you in detail what is on each page of the foldable. For this foldable, a student folds 3 pages of notebook paper in half and then staples it together at the fold.

Basically each page deals with one topic at a time. The first page deals with angle measurements, both interior and exterior angles, of polygons.

The next page deals with parallelograms, first with the definition and then the theorems.

Then one page deals with square and rhombii and another page deals with trapezoids. If I can figure out how share more on here, I will.


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