Do your students feel overwhelmed by book reports, too much Internet information, or by just planning a party? The Big6 can help!
The Big6 provides librarians, teachers and students with an easy-to-follow method to solve research problems in the Internet age. This resource shows your students (grades 4 and up) how the Internet and the Big6 combine to provide an effective method to do research and reports. They'll also find easy ways to deal with the information overload that often hinders student Internet research.
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Art Wolinsky is the technology director for the Online Internet Institute.From School Library Journal:
Grade 3-8–In this revision of a 2002 title, a friendly, informal writing style outlines a six-point, step-by-step process to assist students in solving problems from simple party planning to more complicated research for classroom reports. The book takes readers from identifying a task through the presentation and evaluation of the final project. Wolinsky demonstrates how much information is available via Internet searches and explains how to refine a search using Boolean logic. He instructs readers not to believe everything that is posted on a site, but to look at the Web's accuracy, authority, objectivity, currency, and coverage when assessing information. The author suggests that when important information is found, you can highlight important statements and copy and paste them to a word-processing document. A word about plagiarism would have been in order here. Black-and-white graphics provide text breaks and clarify information. This is a helpful resource for students who want to hone their research strategies and are willing to take time away from their research to learn a systematic process. It supports the materials found on the Web site http://www.big6.com.–Helen Foster James, University of California at San Diego
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Descripción Enslow Publishers, 2005. Library Binding. Estado de conservación: New. Revised. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0766015637