Getting Information off the Internet


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A presentation for the EHSAS cluster conference on some of the basics of getting students to successfully get information of the Internet.

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    Taking notes and making conclusions.
    Thin top box should list subject/research question.
    3 central boxes are for recording notes, each box for a different source.
    Bottom box should be labeled 'So what?' and is designed for students to record a summary or conclusive note/paragraph.
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    For the younger learner.
    The boxes around the outside should show the who, why, what, when, how, where heading prompts for gathering info.
    The central oval is to record a picture or pictures of the research topic.
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Getting Information off the Internet

  1. 1. Getting information off the Internet Nick Rate
  2. 2. Inquiry Learning Setting Sail Gaining interest in the topic. Discussing ideas and wanting to know more… Wondering What am I discovering? What do I want to know? Exploring Identifying key words. Finding sources of information. Skim/scan. Fact or opinion? Discovering Summarise the information. Does it answer your question? Presenting Share your knowledge with other people. Russell Street School Inquiry Model
  3. 3. Inquiry Learning We are learning to research our own chosen question by embarking on our journey of discovery. Wondering: (what do I want to find out?) _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Discovering: (where will I find the information to answer my question?) _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Discovering: (what are the keywords that are useful to my question? Do I need to change a part of my question?) _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ Exploring: (apply and use the information from your discovery. Have you
  4. 4. Web Search Strategies in Plain English
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  9. 9. The Quality Information Checklist
  10. 10. Evaluating a Web Site Step 1: Is the information in the web page related to your QUESTIONS and the LEARNING INTENTIONS? Return to YES NO searching. Step 2: Is the web page made by a recognized EXPERT, ORGANIZATION or QUALIFIED person? Return to YES NO searching.
  11. 11. Return to YES NO searching. Step 3: Begin NOTE MAKING. Step 4: Find another source of information (digital, print or person) to CROSS-REFERENCE your information.
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  14. 14. NOTE TAKING & MAKING CONCLUSIONS Facts about: So…
  15. 15. NOTE TAKING & NOTE MAKING What? When? Who? Why? Where? How?
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  17. 17. Google Custom Search
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