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Reflectionson tok mockessaytheresearchmodel

  1. 1. The Beacon Academy LibraryLibrary Link Session in TOKGrade 11 DP Year 1January 24-24, 2013I. Library Link Session on Reflection (IB Learner Profile/ATL Skill) and the Research ModelII. ConceptsAt the end of the session students get away with these ideas: 1) Reflection, the continuous andconsistent practice of it, leads to effective action and intellectual growth; 2) Research is cyclical.Following a research model helps in the efficient completion of the cycle.III. ExperienceVideo Clip: The Lion King - Simba decides to go back to Pride Rock and rectify his mistake.With some help from Rafiki, he first reflected on the past before embracing the opportunity ofchange and redemption.Quote: Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come evenmore effective action ~ Peter Drucker, Educator and Writer, b. 1909Procedure:a. Teacher Librarian distributes handout on Reflection (Hedges, 2012): TOK Mock ESSAYb. As a group, list down areas for improvement and strong points.c. Something to think about: How might you change the way you worked on your TOK MockEssay?d. Discussion on Research as a cycle (pdf) and research model: The Big 6 (pdf)e. Distribute The Big 6 Guide to Research and Solving Information Problems (bound pdf)f. Show examples of other research models. Different strokes for different folks, but the end isthe same.http://worldbookonline.com/student/eduresearch?teaching_select_research_modelConnect: How would your knowledge of the research cycle and research model apply in thecontent areas?IV. ApplicationFollow through with subject teachers; supervised study halls; independent study at the library.Prepared by:Zarah C. GagatigaTeacher LibrarianJanuary 22, 2013

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