Suddenly, I felt a presence behind me and I looked up to see another wolf, a different one. It looked at me, its eyes boring into mine until it turned and walked to a pond not far away. And it was then that I realized that it was injured. A bloody, red gash lined the wolf’s neck and front leg as it limped to the edge of the water. I watched as it leaned down painfully and began to lap up the water. It then turned and began to walk back into the forest. I shook my head but then stopped. The wolf was no longer limping. No more blood marked its neck or leg. It was healed. Completely. I couldn’t believe it. No. This wasn’t possible.
Five main types of organizers
Graphic organizers are valuable instructional tools. Unlike many tools that just have one purpose, graphic organizers are flexible and endless in application. One common trait found among graphic organizers is that they show the order and completeness of a student's thought process - strengths and weaknesses of understanding become clearly evident. Many graphic organizers show different aspects of an issue/problem - in close and also the big picture. Since many graphic organizers use short words or phrases, they are ideal for many types of learners, including English Language Learners with intermediate proficiency.
Although five main types of organizers are mentioned in this piece, many others exist, or will soon be created. See examples below.