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    With  unlimited  space  in  Google  Drive  and  sharing  capabili7es  with   Google  Docs  and  Slides,  we  will  explore  a  new  way  of  learning,   sharing,  &  collabora7ng.  In  this  session  you  will  learn  how  to  use   the  amazing  Google  Drawing  tool.  We  will  also  explore  crea7ng   Contact  Groups  for  easier  sharing  with  your  class(es).  

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  • Google Drawing Resources Venn diagram: Lets students write similarities and differences on a topic.

    KWL: Lets students list: what I know, what I want to know, what I have learned.

    Timeline: Lets students plot dates and events over a specified time period.

    Evaluation: Lets students identify criteria, explain whether it was successful and why, and provide evidence.

    Cause and effect chain: Lets students identify actions that caused other actions and their effects.

    Fishbone planner: Lets students list advantages and disadvantages of a topic.

    Word web / semantic map: Lets students branch ideas out from a main topic into subtopics.

    Flow chart: Lets students display the linear relationship among several things.

  • Hexagonal thinking: Lets students connect ideas with multiple contact points.

    Character map: Lets students list important information about a character, like what the character says and what the student thinks of the character.

    Cornell note-taking: Lets students list main points and evidence, details and location.

    Plot diagram: Lets students show how a plot builds, climaxes and resolves.

    Cause and effect chain: Lets students identify actions that caused other actions and their effects.

    Vocabulary cluster: Lets students identify synonyms, antonyms and related words to a specific word.

    Vocabulary concept map: Lets students make connections to other words from a specific vocabulary term.

    Think about your thinking: Helps students think through their decisions and how they arrived at their conclusions.

    Frayer Model: Provides a framework for thorough understanding of new words.

    Google Drawing Resources

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