PENDEKATAN BIG SIX DALAM KKBI

MOHAN PALANIANDY
UNIT TMK JABATAN TEKNOLOGI PENDIDIKAN

KANDUNGAN
PEMAHAMAN PENDEKATAN BIG 6
BENGKEL PENGGUNAAN BIG 6 DALAM KKBI

1 Determine the range of possible sources (brainstorm) 2.2 Identify information needed to complete the task (to solve the information problem) 2. Task Definition 1. Location and Access 3.2 Find information within sources .2 Evaluate the different possible sources to determine priorities (select the best sources) 3.1 Locate sources (intellectually and physically) 3. Information-Seeking Strategies 2.1.1 Define the information problem 1.

Use of Information 4.2 Present the information 6.2 Judge the information problem-solving process (efficiency) . view) the information within a source 4. read.1 Engage (e. Synthesis 5.4.2 Extract relevant information from a source 5. Evaluation 6.g.1 Organize information from different sources 5..1 Judge the product (effectiveness) 6. hear.

Task Definition Engage the students' thinking about their choice of a topic. Ask the following questions: What does the teacher require? •length of product? •form of product? •topic restrictions? How much information will be needed to meet the requirements? What source(s) will best satisfy the student's need for information? .

Task Definition 1.1.1 Define the information problem 1.2 Identify information needed to complete the task (to solve the information problem) .

VISUAL THESAURUS .

.... When.....Memory questions usually begin with these words: Who. . What. Where.

. ..Convergent thinking questions usually begin with these words or phrases: Why How In what ways.

.... Predict... .Divergent thinking questions usually begin with these words or phrases: Imagine.. If... How might.... What are some possible consequences.. Can you create.. then. Suppose....

....Evaluative thinking questions usually begin with these words or phrases: Defend.. Justify.. What is your opinion about. What do you think about. Judge.. ....

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Authority: Who are the authors.Information-Seeking Strategies Criteria that are commonly used in evaluating sources. or insightful? Is the site free of spelling and grammatical errors? . substantial. or who is responsible? What gives them their authority or expertise? Accuracy: Do you have good reason to believe that the information on the site is accurate? Are the facts documented? Objectivity: What is the author's point of view? What is the purpose of the site? Currency: When was the information on the page originally written? Has the site been kept up-to-date? Coverage: Is your topic being addressed? Is the information basic and cursory or detailed and scholarly? Value: Was the page worth visiting? Does the site offer anything informative.

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1 Locate sources (intellectually and physically) 3.Location and Access 3.2 Find information within sources Help students improve their keyword searching skills Introduce students to search engines . Location and Access 3.

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view. hear. Analyze sources of information by evaluating Make sure students understand correct bibliographical format .g.2 Extract relevant information from a source.1 Engage (e. touch) the information in a source. 4. read.Use of Information 4.

1 Organize information from different sources 5.2 Present the information Student presentations should be appropriate to their topics and their audiences . Synthesis 5.Synthesis 5.

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Evaluation 6.1 Judge the product (effectiveness) 6. including web pages. . multimedia and group presentations.Evaluation 6.2 Judge the information problem-solving process (efficiency) Evaluate student projects. research papers.

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wednet.htm .wsd.Online Resources to Support BIG6™ INFORMATION SKILLS http://nb.edu/big6/big6_resources.