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Big six 6th

  1. 1. Lesson: The Big SixResearch Model Mrs. Leggett, Media Coordinator
  2. 2. Objective Student will learn how to use the Big6 research process model. Student will learn why it is important to document resources Student will also learn how to create a bibliography using Citation Maker.
  3. 3. Skill EvaluationStudent will be given a researchproject which shows evidence of theBig6 research model and create abibliography with Citation Maker.
  4. 4. The Big Six Michael Eisenberg & Robert Berkowitz Steps in the Research Process1. Task Definition2. Information Seeking Strategies3. Location and Access4. Use of Information5. Synthesis6. Evaluation
  5. 5. Cycle Evaluation Task Definition SeekingSynthesis Strategies Use of Info. Location/Access
  6. 6. Task Definition Determine what needs to be done Directions/Assignment/Rubric Understand the assignment Read/Reread/Essential Question Follow the directions
  7. 7. Information Seeking Strategies Resources: journals, magazines, books, newspapers, Internet Destiny Search Determining factors: authoritative, scope, accuracy, current, and readability
  8. 8. Location and Access Where can I find these resources? School library or public Ask for assistance Ask questions Determine what’s available
  9. 9. Use of Information What can I use from these resources? Summarize the main idea Distinguish facts from opinion Gather information carefully
  10. 10. Use of Information: Plagiarism Plagiarism Cheating/Stealing/Copying Is taking someone else’s ideas, words, graphics and using as if it were your own. Avoiding Plagiarism  Paraphrase  Use Quotations  Citing Sources
  11. 11. Synthesis Organize information from different sources Present information Prepare charts, graph Compare and contrast different points Use bibliography MLA Citation Maker
  12. 12. Evaluation Assess the project for strengths and weaknesses, Review and critique the steps used Go back and review your outline, rubric See if you were on target
  13. 13. Lesson Review
  14. 14. Areas of Interaction Which areas of Interaction does your research relate to and why?
  15. 15. Bibliography http://www.big6.com/. Eisenberg, Mike & Bob Berkowitz. Updated on Wednesday, May 31st 2006. http://landmark-project.com http://www.internettutorials.net/contact.asp Terban, Marvin. Rready!Set!Research: Your fast and fun guide to writing research papers that rock! 1st. New York, NY: Scholastic, Inc, 2007.

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