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Woodrose big6 writing(1)
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  • 1. Writing and the Big 6 Model: Tips for young readers, writers and thinkers Zarah C. Gagatiga Teacher Librarian / Storyteller / Author Outgoing Chairperson, PBBY (Philippine Board on Books for Young People)
  • 2. Writing is... Thinking Communicating with others Process
  • 3. The Big 6 Model: Thinking Framework Task Definition Identifying Information Locating and Accessing Information Using Information Synthesis Evaluation
  • 4. Tales From the 7,000 Isles: Filipino Folk Stories Published by ABC-CLIO, USA 2011
  • 5. New Books on the Block Author: Zarah C. Gagatiga Illustrator: Jomike Tejido Lampara, 2013
  • 6. New Books on the Block Author: Zarah C. Gagatiga Illustrator: Bernadette Solina Wolf Lampara, 2013
  • 7. Task Definition What will I write about? Who do I write for? What do I want to say? How will I write what I want to say?
  • 8. Identifying Information What information do I need so I can write about my topic or story? - folk tales, folk knowledge - songs - games - recipes - family stories - child development - experiences of growing up
  • 9. Locating and Accessing Information Field work and interviews Travelling, journaling and observation
  • 10. Locating Information and Access to Information Where is the information located?
  • 11. Locating Information and Access to Information
  • 12. Using Information Read View and visualize Pre-writing Drafts Editing and Revision
  • 13. Synthesis Writing the manuscript Six to eight months long References and list of Bibliographies One month - Two months
  • 14. Evaluation Proof reading Critique from peers Revision and editing Final manuscript Submission of manuscript
  • 15. Writing is a PROCESS Step 1 - Step 2 - Step 3 - Step 4 - Step 5 - Step 6
  • 16. Let's watch this! The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore What is your take away from the session? What will you remember?

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