These boxes and bullet graphic organizers assist in organizing ideas into two columns and examining two components of an object, concept, or event. For example, boxes and bullet graphic organizers can be used in any content area to explore the advantages and disadvantages of something, as well as facts and opinions. Students can choose two things to compare (ideas, characters, events, etc.) and write them as column headings. From there, you can make comparisons or contrasts in both columns. Most of these organizers have a hierarchical structure, with the most general concepts or ideas at the top of the diagram and the more specific sub-ideas below.