Friday, March 26, 2010

Copy of Big6 Get Organized

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Fill out Big6 #1-5 before you begin to work on your assignment.
Fill out Big6 #6 before you turn in your assignment.
Name: Sean Lawrence
Class Period: 6

Great Idea light bulbBig6 #1: Task Definition
What am I supposed to do?:
What information do I need in order to do this? (Consider listing in question form.)
  • What is the problem to be solved?
  • What information is needed in order to solve the problem?
  • What is required in an assignment?
  • What is the order of tasks and the timeline required?
1.Education and games
2.Info on educated games and its effects on the brain find the advantges and disadvantanges in games for learning
4.using games for learning and 2.advantages-disadvantages

Stack of booksBig6 #2: Information Seeking Strategies
What are the best sources I can use to find this information?
  • What are all possible sources of information?
  • What are the best of all the possibilities?
  • What are alternative methods of acquiring information?
1.internet, google books, and libary
3.from reading a book on it
When using web sites, how will I know that they are good enough for my project?

Save a copy of the Checklist for Evaluating Web Resources. Use this to evaluate your web resources.

Is the site is a good resource? Enter the site Name and URL below.

Sign up, Bookmark and tag on Delicious.  Add yourself to CHSICT.

Add link to your Delicious on your blog. URL to My Delicious:

Approved Web Resources List
Bookmark 2 Good sites on  your delicious account. Add the tag "Approved".  Provide a link to this page in the delicious notes section.



Magnifying glassBig6 #3: Location & Access
Where will I find these sources?
  • Where are these sources?
  • Where is the information within each source?

school library

public library

personal library

Provided by my teachers

Provided by my classmates on Delicious


Who can help me find what I need?

I can find the sources myself

my classmates

my librarian

my teacher

my parent(s)

Frog taking notesBig6 #4: Use of Information
How will I record the information that I find?
  • What information does the source provide?
  • What specific information is worth applying to the task?

take notes using cards

take notes on notebook paper

take notes using a word processor on a computer (Microsoft Word form)

take notes using a data chart or other graphic organizer (data chart set-up guide)

illustrate concepts

record into a tape recorder or use a video or digital camera

take note on Google Documents

take notes using Zotero

How will I give credit to my sources?

use the guide given to me by my teacher

use the Citation Machine

use Zotero

use the Quick Guide for citing other resources


Girl pointing to mapBig6 #5: Synthesis
How will I show my results?
  • How does the information from all sources fit together?
  • How is the information best presented?

written paper

oral presentation

multimedia presentation

performance or

How will I give credit to my sources in my final product or performance?

include a written bibliography

after the performance or presentation, announce which sources I used


Materials I will need for my presentation or performance (list, separating by commas)

How much time do I estimate it will take to find the information and create the product?
2-3 hours 4-5 hours 5-6 hours 7-8 hours 9-10 hours more than 10 hours
Timeline for assignment
Ideas for project (task definition) completed by:
Information searching (note taking) completed by:
First draft due:
Completed assignment due:

Include here any additional information needed to successfully complete the assignment:

A+ on chalkboardBig6 #6: Evaluation

How will I know if I have done my best?
  • Was the information problem solved?
  • Was the information need met?
  • Was the decision made?
  • Was the situation resolved?
  • Does the product satisfy the requirements as originally defined?
  • What set of criteria can you use to make judgments?
Before turning in my assignment, I need to check off all of these items (on the printed Organizer):

what I created to finish the assignment is appropriate for what I was supposed do in Big6 #1

the information I found in Big6 #4 matches the information needed in Big6 #1

credit is given to all of my sources, written in the way my teacher requested

my work is neat

my work is complete and includes heading information (name, date, etc.)

I would be proud for anyone to view this work

Big6™ copyright 1990, Michael Eisenberg and Robert Berkowitz.
Big6™ Assignment Organizer copyright 1995, Barbara A. Jansen.
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