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File System -- Desktop Management -- Hierarchy Diagram

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Graphic Organizers

Description: Folders and Files are linked by subordinate relationships. Flow of information gathering to portfolio collection moves from left to right.
The diagram was created by students to organize collection and distribution of information. The structure and flow is designed to accommodate collecting small fragments of information, developing projects and CD ROM portfolio.
Uses: Develop a student filing system to organize their classroom NT desktop.

    

Graphic Organizers


Critical Questions:
  • What folders to we want to create? Why? What types of files do we want to keep in each folder?
  • Are there any files that do not belong?
Suggestions: Initially students can either free associate names of folders and files they want to create and save; in turn, select files to save in which folders. Using tiers or rows helps the student to visualize classifying and placement.


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