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Informational Text Graphic Organizers

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These informational text graphic organizers will meet nonfiction reading standards for 4th, 5th and 6th grades.

You can download this PDF containing 32 informational text graphic organizers for your intermediate reading workshop.

These worksheets will help you address many nonfiction standards in 4th and 5th grades.

This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.

These informational text graphic organizers have been created to meet nonfiction reading standards for 4th, 5th and 6th grades.

We are sharing a complete collection of 32 free informational text graphic organizers for your intermediate classroom.

This huge collection of 32 graphic organizers is designed to address most of the intermediate informational text standards. They address key ideas & details, craft & structure and integration of knowledge & ideas.

These will be a welcome addition to your reading workshop!

Because this collection contains resources for fourth through sixth grade students, it will also make differentiating easier if you are looking to find similar organizers at different levels.

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How to Use These Graphic Organizers

We always suggest modeling each graphic organizer before students are asked to complete one independently. This can make for a meaningful mini-lesson.  

Seeing how an organizer is correctly completed will help students fully understand the task they are being asked to complete. It’s also a great opportunity for you to model aloud your thinking as you work.

Model completing the organizer with the help of your students.

Showing students how you think through the process of completing an organizer can help them be successful in the future when completing their own.

It is a valuable lesson because as you complete the organizer, you are sharing your thinking. This then helps them

After completing an organizer as a class, be sure to display the sample so students can use it as a resource when needed.

An option for independent reading time is to create a storage spot for organizers students have been taught to use. They can pick a page that is a good fit for their current book.

Once or twice during the week, students can choose an organizer that fits their current independent reading selection and complete the organizer.

This option gives students choice and encourages some independence.

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Write an Informative Essay: Analyze a Model and Plan an Introduction

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  • W.8.2a, W.8.2b, W.8.4, W.8.5, SL.8.4, L.8.1b, L.8.3a

Supporting Standards:  These are the standards that are incidental—no direct instruction in this lesson, but practice of these standards occurs as a result of addressing the focus standards.

  • RI.8.1, RI.8.10, W.8.6, W.8.7, W.8.8, W.8.10, SL.8.1, L.8.4, L.8.6
  • I can plan an introduction to an informative essay that includes a strong focus statement. ( W.8.2a, W.8.4 )
  • I can analyze a model to generate criteria of an effective informative essay on my selected research case study. ( W.8.2, W.8.4 )
  • I can identify indicators for speaking clearly and using appropriate eye contact. ( SL.8.4 )
  • Opening A: Entrance Ticket: Unit 2, Lesson 8 ( SL.8.4 )
  • Work Time A: Language Dive: Model Essay: "GMOs," Paragraph 1 note-catcher ( W.8.2a, L.8.1b )
  • Work Time B: Informative Writing checklist ( RI.8.1, W.8.2 )
  • Closing and Assessment A: Informative Essay Writing Plan graphic organizer: plan of introduction ( W.8.2a, W.8.4 )
  • Informative Writing Plan graphic organizer
  • Homework: Painted Essay® Structure
  • Review the Informative Writing checklist ( see the Tools page ).
  • Review the Model Essay: “GMOs” and the Model Essay: “CSAs.”
  • Strategically group students into pairs for the work in this lesson, with at least one strong reader per pair.
  • Ensure there is a copy of Entrance Ticket: Unit 2, Lesson 8 at each student’s workspace.
  • Predetermine partners for the work in Closing and Assessment A, to ensure all students are paired with a peer who is working with the same model essay.
  • Post the learning targets and applicable anchor charts (see Materials list).

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  • Work Time A, Work Time B, and Closing and Assessment A: Prepare a device with a projector to display Entrance Ticket: Unit 2 Lesson 8; Model Essay: "CSAs"; Language Dive materials; and the Informative Writing Plan graphic organizer, and prepare devices for students if they will be using digital versions of these documents.
  • Continue to use the technology tools recommended throughout previous modules to create anchor charts to share with families; to record students as they participate in discussions and protocols to review with students later and to share with families; and for students to listen to and annotate text, record ideas on note-catchers, and word-process writing.

Supports guided in part by CA ELD Standards 8.I.A.1, 8.I.A.3, 8.I.A.4, 8.I.B.5, 8.I.B.6, and 8.I.B.8.

Important Points in the Lesson Itself

  • To support ELLs, this lesson invites students to analyze a second model essay and to participate in a Language Dive that addresses a sentence from the focus statement of the model essay about GMOs. Students will have already seen this sentence in the previous lesson while reading and analyzing the model essay. In the Practice portion of this Language Dive, students begin drafting the first sentence of the focus statement of their own essays. In Closing and Assessment A of the lesson, students begin planning the introduction of their essays.
  • Students may find it difficult to plan the introduction of their essays. Encourage them to refine their focus statement first so that they can use it to guide their decisions about the rest of the introduction and the Proof Paragraph. Allowing time for oral processing before writing may help some students gain clarity around their ideas.
  • Model Essay: "GMOs" (one for display; from Module 2, Unit 2, Lesson 7, Work Time A)
  • Work to Become Effective Learners anchor chart (one for display; from Module 1, Unit 2, Lessons 4-5, Work Time D)
  • Paint an Essay lesson plan (for teacher reference) (from Module 1, Unit 3, Lesson 6, Work Time A)
  • Model Essay: “GMOs” (one per student; from Module 2, Unit 2, Lesson 7, Work Time A)
  • Painted Essay® Template (one per student; from Module 1, Unit 3, Lesson 6, Work Time B)
  • Access to Healthy Food: Independent Research note-catcher (one per student; from Module 2, Unit 2, Lesson 4, Work Time B)
  • Researcher’s Toolbox (one per student; from Module 2, Unit 2, Lesson 1, Work Time A)
  • Device with projector (see Technology and Multimedia)
  • Entrance Ticket: Unit 2, Lesson 8 (example for teacher reference)
  • Language Dive Guide: Model Essay: “GMOs,” Paragraph 1 (for teacher reference)
  • Language Dive: Model Essay: “GMOs,” Paragraph 1 note-catcher (answers for teacher reference)
  • Informative Writing: “CSAs” checklist (example for teacher reference)
  • Model Essay: “CSAs” (example for teacher reference)
  • Informative Writing Plan: “CSAs” graphic organizer (example for teacher reference)
  • Informative Writing Plan: “GMOs” graphic organizer (example for teacher reference)
  • Homework: Painted Essay® Structure (answers for teacher reference) (see Homework Resources)
  • Devices (optional; one per student; see Technology and Multimedia)
  • Entrance Ticket: Unit 2, Lesson 8 (one per student)
  • Language Dive: Model Essay: “GMOs,” Paragraph 1 note-catcher (one per student)
  • Language Dive: Model Essay: “GMOs,” Paragraph 1 sentence chunk strips (one per group)
  • Model Essay: “CSAs” (one per student and one for display)
  • Colored pencils (red, yellow, blue, green; one of each per student)
  • Informative Writing: “CSAs” checklist (one per student and one for display)
  • Informative Writing: Independent Research Essay directions (one per student and one for display)
  • Informative Writing Plan graphic organizer (one per student and one for display)
  • Homework: Painted Essay® Structure (one per student; see Homework Resources)

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10 Free Graphic Organizer Templates for Any Subject

Different lessons require different types of content to help students learn. Here are 10 free graphic organizer templates to use for any subject.

10 Free Graphic Organizer Templates for Any Subject

Most students are returning to the classroom in Fall 2021, but everyone’s learning methods have had to change over the past two years. It’s important to adapt as an educator with new techniques , digital materials, and fresh content to keep students engaged .

For any subject, graphic organizers provide effective ways to introduce, teach, develop, and test new material. But different lessons require different types of content to help students learn best. I’m going to give you 10 free graphic organizer templates to use for any subject – just use the Make It button to customize, label, and download your graphic organizer.

  • Venn Diagram
  • Plot Pyramid
  • Brainstorm Chart
  • Concept Map
  • 5-Paragraph Essay Outline
  • 4 Square Writing Chart

1. Flowchart

An example flowchart template.

The Flowchart is one of the most versatile and recognizable forms of graphic organizer out there, ideal for project planning and science experiments. A goes to B goes to C goes to D . With this version, you can copy and paste sections of the chart to make it as long or as short as you need, label each section with specific details, and add a title and other information for your assignment.

2. Timeline

An example historical timeline template.

The Timeline is similar to the flowchart , with events spaced out along a single path . In a Timeline, however, the intervals between the events is important to the graphic organizer as a whole. Using this template, you can drag events from one point of the Timeline to another, and add text labels for years and events.

3. Venn Diagram

An example Venn Diagram Template.

One of the most widely-used graphic organizers, the Venn Diagram provides a simple way for students to compare and contrast 2 or more distinct ideas. With this template, you can copy and recolor the Venn Diagram circles to compare any number of items with each other.

4. Plot Pyramid

An example Plot Pyramid Template.

This graphic organizer is most commonly used in elementary and middle school English, language arts, and literature classes. It’s used to identify and map the various stages of a plot arc , from exposition to conclusion. Use this template to title the Plot Pyramid and add any other relevant information you need.

5. Brainstorm Chart

An example Brainstorm Chart template.

The Brainstorm Chart is a far more freeform type of graphic organizer than most others on this list, and can be arranged almost any way you like. All it requires is a central idea or “problem” to solve, along with an array of other ideas and concepts that are connected to it, and supporting details for these connected points. The freeform nature of the Brainstorm Chart allows students to think creatively and originally on any subject.

6. Concept Map

An example Concept Map Template.

The Concept Map is similar in form to the Brainstorm Chart, but with slightly more limitations on how it’s used. It’s used to illustrate the relationships that exist between various related concepts , filling in different sections of the organizer to show how the different parts are connected. The Concept Map is perfect for introducing students to a new set of related vocabulary terms in any subject.

7. 5-Paragraph Essay Outline

An example 5-Paragraph Essay Outline template.

While some of your students may not remember the 5-paragraph essay too fondly years later, it’s an important step in developing their persuasive writing . This classic 5-paragraph planner is perfect for helping students construct their arguments, counter-arguments, supporting data, and conclusions before they put pen to paper.

8. 4 Square Writing Chart

An example 4 Square Writing Chart template.

The 4 Square Writing Chart is similar to the 5-paragraph essay outline, it gives space for looser organizational styles and more creative types of writing structure . The central area contains the main idea or argument, and the surrounding squares are filled with supporting arguments, sections of a narrative essay, personal experiences, or several sides to the same story.

9. Story Map

An example Story Map Template.

The Story Map is used for a similar purpose to the Plot Pyramid, but with a broader approach to narrative plot arcs. In the Story Map, students not only recount the plot progression of a story, but detail the setting , characters , and central problems and outcomes . There are dozens of ways to organize your own Story Map, so I recommend you use this template to include whatever areas are most important for your students to identify and analyze.

10. KWL Chart

An example KWL Chart template.

KWL Charts ask students to write on three different things before and after completing a lesson, activity, or reading: what they Know already about the topic, what they Want to learn from the lesson, and, afterward, what they Learned from the experience. It creates more of a big-picture exercise than most of the graphic organizers on this list, allowing students to identify what they gain from their lessons.

I hope these graphic organizer templates help you engage students effectively in every subject you teach. For more tips and tutorials on creating great digital content in 2021, check out the Kapwing YouTube channel or read through some related articles on education materials:

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Free Editable Essay Graphic Organizer Examples

Essays are complex and large write-ups that are not easy to intercept. That’s why it is better to use an essay graphic organizer to visualize your complex structured outline in a simple manner. In fact, there is nothing better than some free graphic organizer examples that save both your time and effort. So, let’s have an overview of this essay organizers and free example templates.

1. What is Essay Graphic Organizer

An essay graphic organizer enhances your research with visual elements. It helps the writer to correlate facts, observations, and notions. On top of that, it outlines the essay and provides an organized strategy for the writer.

A graphic organizer for writing helps the writers to tackle hard and long essay formats. A writer can use its visual aid to complete the write-up step by step. A graphic organizer for essays has different types based on primary functions.

  • An Outline Based Essay Organizer

These types of essay organizers have at least 3 thesis. The whole story revolves around these. Moreover, the organizer includes specific supporting details and subtopic names that make the way crystal clear for writers. However, these organizers do not need much essay explanation. Most indications are worldly phrases that direct the attention toward thoughts and observations.

  • A Contrasting Essay Organizer :

As the name indicates, it helps the writer to organize varying thoughts about topics and compare them. Moreover, it helps the writer to collect, conceive and portray the information ahead of time. The writer can use it for two collective primary topics or a single point from both topics. In both cases, the essay organizer will help them take visual notes and use them to their advantage while writing.

  • Organizer For A Persuasive Essay :

The persuasive essay organizer helps the writer to persuade an audience toward a single topic. It includes three or more supporting details for the topic. Furthermore, the organizer includes written evidence for those details that help prove the point.

2. The Essay Graphic Organizer Examples

Using an essay graphic organizer for writing brings credibility and flexibility to your essays with extensive research. Essay writing is a tough job, especially if it has more than one subtopic.

Essays require tons of details. All that quality is up to no good if it is not organized and well structured. An essay organizer for writing helps you understand how the minor details contribute to overall concepts. With thorough research and long formats, essay writing may become dull. However, an organizer helps you to perfectly structure your thoughts with appealing visuals that make them engaging and far less challenging.

Basic 5-Paragraph Essay Graphic Organzier

Basic 5-Paragraph Essay Graphic Organzier

5-Paragraph Essay

5-Paragraph Essay

Expository Essay Graphic Organizer

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Persuasive Essay Graphic Organizer

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Essay Graphic Organzier

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Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer

Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer

Example 1: 5 Paragraph Essay Graphic Organzier

The most common type of essay writing format is a 5-paragraph essay. Essay graphic organizer for writing helps organize all those 5 paragraphs and insert valuable information inside them. It includes the first paragraph section in which the writer inserts the topic sentence and at least three thesis statements. The upcoming three paragraphs briefly summarize those statements and provide at least three pieces of evidence for each thesis. Finally, the last paragraph repeats the main statement and includes an overall concluding statement. Moreover, every thesis detail includes a conclusion statement that conceives the entire concept.

5 Paragraph Essay Graphic Organzier

Example 2: Printable 5 Paragraph Essay Graphic Organizer

It is also the type of essay organizer writers use to organize the outline of a 5-paragraph essay format. Its first paragraph is of introduction which includes with a thesis statement instead of a topic sentence. The statement inside the paragraph includes three supporting examples with itself. Moreover, the second paragraph has a topic sentence that the previous thesis supports. Plus, it has individual evidence details that prove the topic sentence true. The third paragraph includes a thesis statement that correlates with the previous and upcoming topic sentence. Finally, the last paragraph has the essay's main idea and a concluding statement that proves the point.

Printable 5 Paragraph Essay Graphic Organizer

Example 3: Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizer

This template solemnly deals with the expository template of the essay. It focuses on the essay's three most basic parts: the introduction, body, and conclusion. Moreover, the writer evaluates the selected topic in it with examples and evidence and closes the argument clearly and concisely. The exemplary diagram includes 2 separate boxes in the introduction sections. One of them is for the hook that engages the audience, whereas the other depicts the essay's main idea. Inside the body section, the writer briefly lists three examples, each with individual supporting details. Finally, the conclusion includes two sections; one for reviewing and rewriting the central concept and the other to input the closing details of the essay.

Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizer

Example 4: Persuasive Essay Graphic Organizer

This example diagram of the essay graphic organizer for writing helps to persuade a general or specific audience toward your point of view. The primary purpose is to enlist your opinion and evaluate it with the help of numerous supporting details. As for the organizer, it is for a 5 paragraph format. The first one has an engaging beginning, a summary of the issue, and your opinion. Furthermore, the next 3 provide different reasons that support your opinion. Moreover, the section also includes evidence in the form of examples and textual details that support every reason individually. The last paragraph is a conclusive one that restates the opinion, summarizes all three reasons again, and gives a CTA (call to action) at the end. However, you can ditch the CTA and add a simple closing statement that supports your opinion.

Persuasive Essay Graphic Organizer

Example 5: Informational Essay Graphic Organizer

This type of organizer is for essays having more than one main idea. The organizer's interface has several colors that make it engaging and appealing. Due to the color, it is referred to as a Rainbow essay organizer. A big individual box includes the whole organized outline of the essay. The writer has to briefly write all three ideas in it and support their point of view. Moreover, the organizer includes an introduction and conclusion description. At last, there is a final draft section that concludes the whole essay and supports either all three or one suitable main idea.

Informational Essay Graphic Organizer

Example 6: Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer

The expository essay is a genre that requires the student to investigate an idea, evaluate evidence, expound on the idea, and set forth an argument concerning that idea clearly and concisely. The below expository essay web diagram is created using EdrawMax Online and shows blank spaces for Thesis Statement, Example 1, Example 2, Example 3, Details about all the examples, and argumentative points. Expository writing gives facts and information about a topic, and as the web diagram suggests, a good expository essay introduces the main idea and develops it with facts and supporting details.

Narrative Essay Graphic Organizer

3. How to Make an Essay Graphic Organizer

Graphic organizers are the modern way of learning. With passing time, people are using them in every type of write-up. Therefore, it is better to understand its production process so that you can make one specifically for your essay. The online production software uses four simple steps to generate a graphic organizer for essays.

Step 1 - Head on to EdrawMax Online or download EdrawMax . Make an account and log in to it.

Step 2 - Once inside, you can start creating the graphic organizer on a blank edit sheet or readymade essay organizers, such as mindmaps and spider maps. However, this process is time-consuming. If you want an easy solution, head to the main menu on the left, look for Templates Community , and click on it.

Step 3 - Clicking on the Template Community option will take you to a social network of designers and a general audience like you that post templates daily for public use. You can search for your very own template and duplicate it onto your sheet using the button Duplicate.

Step 4 - Finally, start customizing it as you like. You can change the font, color, and components. Moreover, you can add new ones if you like. Once you are done and satisfied, export and share your template with others using the Button Publish present on the top right corner.

4. Online Graphic Organizer Maker

Traditional ways are gone when you had to work extensively for a simple diagram in lining software. Online graphic organizers like EdrawMax made graphic organizer designing much easier and less time-consuming. All thanks to its easy-to-use interface and basic yet helpful tool kits, designing a diagram is possible for every individual with basic knowledge.

Moreover, EdrawMax saves a lot of effort and time with the help of readymade templates. This online graphic organizer maker is suitable for any type of consumer to generate any variation of the graphic organizer. Its biggest pro is the Templates Community , with thousands of readymade templates for users. In this social biome, you can not only pick the one that suits you well but share your ideas with the community as well.

5. Key Takeaways

The visual aid of essay graphic organizers helps the writers to organize their researched facts and general thoughts according to references. Moreover, it gives a direction to the audience and the writer for the essay. As for its usage, the writers are helping themselves with it in their professional careers. Moreover, it proves exponentially efficient in the academic field for students. When it comes to essay writing, it helps in both of these by establishing a relevant and valid connection. Plus, communicating our thoughts with visual sketches and doodles is less boring and more engaging.

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    While you are writing, refer to your graphic organizer and this checklist to see if you've included everything you need to. q Introduction. q Hook (a sentence or two to grab the reader's attention.) q Thesis statement (a sentence that clearly states what your whole essay will be about. It should include the career.)

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    Informative/ Expository WRITING GRAPHIC ORGANIZER Name: ___________________________________ Date: ______________ Topic: Opening Paragraph: (This tells the reader the purpose/focus of the essay. It also tells the reader what your paragraphs will discuss. List them in the order you will present them) Transition Word or Phrase:

  3. Informational Text Graphic Organizers

    You can download this PDF containing 32 informational text graphic organizers for your intermediate reading workshop. These worksheets will help you address many nonfiction standards in 4th and 5th grades. This is another free resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.

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