50 Graphic Organizers for Reading, Writing & More by Linda Irwin-DeVitis, Karen Bromley, Marcia Modlo

By Linda Irwin-DeVitis, Karen Bromley, Marcia Modlo

Help your scholars turn into energetic rookies with the classroom-tested image organizers during this helpful source. comprises 50 ready-to-go templates, scholar samples, and step by step instructions. The organizers are ideal for notetaking, making plans, presentation, and assessment. you will discover organizers for interpreting, writing, math, social stories, and technological know-how. to be used with Grades 4-8.

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This American word came from the shape of the garment, which when spread out, resembles the letter T. It entered our language in 1919. 35 0813344157-Johnson_Design 5/17/10 12:28 PM Page 36 Words : The Foundation of Literacy umbrella utopia valedictorian vermicelli wimp wishy-washy X-ray xylophone yam 36 From Latin and then Italian, meaning “little shadow” or “little shade,” umbrella originally referred to a device used to protect people from the sun. In 1516, Sir Thomas More wrote a book with this title.

The contemporary usage of this word refers to a wildly successful book, film, or other type of entertainment. Blockbuster originated during World War II, when it had little to do with entertainment. It referred to a powerful bomb that could flatten blocks of a city. ” Over the years, the spelling went from coppe to cop and, by the time William Shakespeare used it, the coppeweb had become cobweb. Although this tool was in use during the 1300s, Americans coined the word in the mid-1700s. They thought that one end of the tool looked like a crow’s beak and the other end resembled a crow’s foot.

The X in the word stands for the unknown quantity x, and the ray is an English translation of the old German word Strahlen (rays, beams). The name for this musical instrument comes from the Greek xýlon (wood) and phone (English for “sound”). The word entered English in 1866, although similar African instruments can be traced to a much earlier time. This vegetable’s name comes from the African nyami (eat). It originated with the Fulani ethnic group 0813344157-Johnson_Design 5/17/10 12:28 PM Page 37 Origins: Every Word and Expression Has a Story yolk zinger zoo found in northern Nigeria, Niger, and adjacent areas.

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