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Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
Super 3 For Kids!
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Super 3 For Kids!

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Getting students to think of completing tasks as a process is important. It helps them get organized, complete the job, and maintain high standards of quality. The Big6 Information Problem-Solving …

Getting students to think of completing tasks as a process is important. It helps them get organized, complete the job, and maintain high standards of quality. The Big6 Information Problem-Solving Process is great - let's simplify it for young children.

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  • 1. The Super3 ™ Based on the Big6 ™ Information Literacy Model
  • 2. The Big6 ™
    • Information Problem-Solving Process
      • 1. Task Definition
      • 2. Information Seeking Strategies
      • 3. Location and Access
      • 4. Use of Information
      • 5. Synthesis
      • 6. Evaluation
  • 3. Simplify to Super3 ™
    • Same ideas as Big6 ™
    • For young children
    • Easy to remember & use
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  • 4. The Super3 ™ Are:
    • Plan (Beginning)
    • Do (Middle)
    • Review (End)
  • 5. It’s a Process
    • More than “just getting done”
    • How to do
    • Quality
    • Finished product matters
  • 6. Visualizing Super3 ™
    • Imagine self as character in story
    • Explain plot
    • How problem or task is solved
    • Did it work?
    • Ask for every story that you share
  • 7. Step 1: Plan
    • Beginning
    • What are they going to do?
    • How are they going to do it?
    • Help students see how they plan
  • 8. Step 2: Do
    • Middle
    • Work on project
    • On-task
    • Use plan
    • Ask for help when needed
  • 9. Step 3: Review
    • End
    • Did plan work?
    • Good project?
    • Judge work
    • High quality?
    • Do what you planned?
  • 10. Example: Super3 ™
    • Kindergarten students work with partner, draw picture showing 4 school activities
      • Partners talking about school activities to use (Plan)
      • Draw project (Do)
      • Look over picture before turning in (Review)

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