Search for a graphic organiser app or use one of Google’s. Look closely at the different organiser templates the app offers and see if you can work out why one is shaped differently from another one. How does one organiser group the information differently to another?
Design and create an organisational chart that helps you sort and group some new information you learnt today (or from a topic you are revising). You may want to use terms, words, pictures, symbols (or all of these) to show the levels or groups or connections. Here is an example of a clever organisational chart on the topic of polygons (shapes with many sides). Notice how they are grouped by type.
Here is another chart that groups a story by characters and their personalities:
Charlotte’s Web. Digital Image. 2015. Inspiration Software. http://www.inspiration.com/Kidspiration-reading-and-writing-examples