Overview: Telescopes organizer

Overview
of "Graphic Organizer: Comparing the Hubble and the James Webb space telescopes"
Description:
Graphic Organizer: Comparing the Hubble and the James Webb space telescopes shows the similarities and differences between NASA’s first great observatory, the Hubble Space Telescope and the next generation observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope. The information is presented in the form of a Venn diagram.
Format(s) available: Printer-friendly web page; PDFs for teacher (full chart) and student (blank organizer with images)
Grades: 6–12, but the material can be adapted for use in other grades at the teacher’s discretion
How to use it in the classroom

Teachers can use Graphic Organizer: Comparing the Hubble and the James Webb space telescopes as:

A reference tool. Clarify the similarities and differences between these two space telescopes.

A model. Show students how to use this type of graphic organizer. Explain how to analyze the contents and display summary information.

An organization tool. This type of graphic organizer can be used to formulate and arrange students' thoughts before composing essays on almost any topic. In this case, ask students to compose an essay that identifies the similarities and differences between the Hubble Space Telescope and the James Webb Space Telescope.

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Overview: Telescopes organizer