A visual display can stop your mental flow in its tracks, and make you think. A visual display can force you to notice what you never expected to see. Tukey (1990)
Science teacher, Richard Moynihan, developed a number of graphic organisers specific to the Junior Cycle Science specifications as follows;
Mind map examining factors affecting human health.
Mind Map illustrating the interactions of human systems.
A mind map organising information related to digestion.
A detailed mind map showcasing the states of matter.
Table documenting the different separating techniques.
Graphic distinguishing an element from a molecule.
Graphic to assist students in distinguishing between elements, compounds & mixtures.
Graphic organiser with information to assist students distinguish between solute, solvent, solution, suspension and solubility.
A visual summary sheet reflecting on key concepts related to forces and appropriate understanding of Newton's 3 laws for junior cycle.
Annotate the timeline to track the history of the universe.
Compare the annotated timeline to your own timeline.
A mind map to organise information on celestial bodies.
A Venn diagram to assist students in illustrating the relations between celestial bodies.
A visual illustrating the the differences between planets such as composition, gravity, size..etc
A mind map illustrating some of the advantages, disadvantages & implications of space exploration.
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