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Chain diagrams, also called sequence of events diagrams, are a type of graphic organizer that describe the stages or steps in a process.
The student must be able to identify the first step in the process, all of the resulting stages in the procedure as they unfold, and the outcome (the final stage). In this process, the student realizes how one step leads to the next in the process, and eventually, to the outcome.
Chain diagrams are useful in examining linear cause-and-effect processes and other processes that unfold sequentially.
3-Link Chain Diagram Printout
3 levels, squares - vertical orientation.
4-Link Chain Diagram Printout
4 levels, squares - vertical orientation.
5-Link Chain Diagram Printout
5 levels, squares - vertical orientation.
6-Link Chain Diagram Printout
6 levels, squares - vertical orientation.
Beginning, Middle, and End Printout
This story map prompts the student to summarize the beginning, middle, and end of a story or sequential event.
Paragraph Structure Graphic Organizer Printouts
Diagrams for writing paragraphs with a topic sentence, support details, and a conclusion sentence.
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