This page contains templates for scaffolding students' work.

In Spanish


Graphic Organizers for Reading



Analyzing Arguments in a Text



AnalisisDeNoticiasObtenidasDeDiferentesFuentes.JPG - Graphic organizer that invites students to compare various sources of information


DiscusionEnFormaDeTelarana.JPG - Identify pros and cons of an argument

EsquemaParaLaPlanificacionDelTexto.JPG - The second page of this document contains a graphic organizer with space for student opinion, 3 reasons, textual evidence, and page numbers (in Spanish) from Chile


MoldeParaUnTextoArgumentativoDeCuatroParrafos.JPG


MoldeParaUnTextoArgumentativoDeTresParrafos.JPG


MuestrameLaEvidencia.JPG - Sentence stems students can use to cite evidence from a text in a conversation



Analyzing Cause & Effect Relationships


CausasYConsequenciasAnalysisSheet.JPG - A graphic organizers students can use to analyze cause/effect relationships within a text


CausasYConsequenciasParaUnEfecto.JPG - A graphic organizer with spaces for students to list
causes and effects



Analyzing Description


ActividadDescripcion.JPG - Chart with space for students to record descriptive details under pictures of each of the 5 senses


Biography


HuellasFamosas.JPG - Shoe graphic organizer for recording information from a biography

Character Analysis


EstudioSobreLosCualidadesDeUnPersonaje.JPG




ExaminarUnPersonaje.JPG



HablemosDelPersonaje.JPG - A basic organizer in Spanish that asks students to analyze a character


Comparing & Contrasting


ComparacionDeTextos.JPG

ComparacionEntreDosTextos.JPG - Space for students to provide own opinions in addition to comparing

DiagramaVennParaCompararElMitoYLaLeyenda.JPG


Identifying Facts v. Opinions


APartirDeUnaLectura.JPG



Identifying Main Ideas & Important Details


OrganizadorDeHelado.JPG


Inferring


AInferir.JPG - Graphic organizer with space for students to identify an inference, explain its meaning, and discuss how they arrived at it.



Reading Comprehension Strategies


ComprensionLectoraDado.JPG - Dice


MarcadoresDeLibros.JPG - Simple bookmarks with checklists of pre-, during, and post-reading strateiges in Spanish


Summarizing Key Events


ComentandoUnCuento.JPG - Cards for paired conversations using the reading strategy "someone wanted, but, so"

FichasParaElRecuentoDeUnaHistoria.JPG - Useful worksheet from Chile that provides sentence stems students can use to summarize, and then recount what they read

NoFiccion.JPG - Very nice "book report" form from Chile with space for book summary, key events, rating, etc.

OchoEventosDeUnaNovela.JPG - Storyboard with 8 spaces in Spanish

Organizador gráfico: Signo de interrogación - Question mark with space for who, what, when, where, why, how in Spanish (from Spain)

OrganizadorParaUnaHistoria.JPG

PAR.JPG - Rocket graphic organizer that asks students to fill in the problem, action, and resolution

SecuenciaDeEscalera.JPG - Story map

SeisPreguntasClaveParaUnTextoNoLiterario.JPG - Bubbles with 6 question words in Spanish

Story Map - In Spanish


Synthesizing Information


DefinamosObesidad.JPG - These worksheets ask students to read and synthesize excerpts from 3 different texts


Vocabulary


DescribeLaAccion.JPG - Graphic organizer from Chile with space for students to record adverbs related to a particular verb

DescribeEseSustantivo.JPG- Space for students to write adjectives


EsquemaVisualParaAprenderUnaPalabraNueva.JPG - Space for students to write down synonyms & antonyms

Vocabulary Tree (in Spanish)


Graphic Organizers for Discussion


CirculosLiterarios.JPG - Worksheets that scaffold the following student roles in literary circles (moderator, question generator, master strategist, word collector, and synthesizer)

ComentandoUnCuento.JPG - Cards for paired conversations using the reading strategy "someone wanted, but, so"

EscucharUnTestimonioYHacerPreguntas.JPG

FichasParaElRecuentoDeUnaHistoria.JPG - Useful worksheet from Chile that provides sentence stems students can use to summarize, and then recount what they read

MuestrameLaEvidencia.JPG - Sentence stems students can use to cite evidence from a text in a conversation

ParaComentarUnaLecturaConUnCompanero.JPG - Sentence stems students can use to discuss a text