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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Bullying PSA 7.Assessment 1. Task Initiation 5. Collection 6. Presentation Now it's time for my teacher and peers to judge what I've learned about the content and the research process... ...and it's important that I think about what worked and what problems I had, so I know what to do next time I need to do research ...and I know what typeof bullying I am going to use for my project I am using my questionsto guide my research... Start A How-To Using Kuhlthau'sInformation Search Process Gather information that defines, extends, and supports your chosen focus for your research (the type of bullying you are highlighting in your PSA)--If you are not finding adequate information,either go back to step 3 or 4 4. Formulation 2. Topic Selection I feel anxious I know my own experience... I think I know what I want to do about bullying... ...while trying to figure out what type of bullying I will use,I keep finding opposing pointsof view or ideas that go against what I had previously thought ...but I don't really know much about bullying. ...but these are the things I will needto know about the types of bullyingto be able to choose one I am unsure... ? I have the information Ineed to create my PSA... I'm exploring my topic to find all I can, but... Talk to others and explore whatbullying really is Figure out what you will need to know aboutthe types of bullying to continue your project 3. Exploration I am confused... Evaluate the validity of the sources you find that contradict each other and consider what trustworthy information you learn and find most interesting ...and gathering info includingfacts, statistics, and other's experiences to create our PSAand persuade our audience to support our message I need to put it together to express what I've learned to enlighten and educate my audience and urge them totake action on this issue Evaluate your success (or failure) with the research process as a whole--seriously consider what you will need to dodifferently in the future to make the researchprocess run more smoothly for you and take pride in what you accomplished because it isn't easy! Consider your personal interest, the assignment requirements,the ease of finding information on this type of bullying, and yourability to complete your research within the allotted time before choosing your focus; determine specific questions related toyour chosen type of bullying to help you guide your research: think about the information you want within your public service announcement--You may need to go back and explore some more if you don't know what you want to do yet I've got this! Wow, this is amazing! I'm proud of what I have accomplished I am satisfied, but my finalproduct isn't what I expected I have a decent understanding of bullying now... ! ! ! Take care to pay attentionto the assignment guidelines as you create your final presentation--if you feel there are gaps in the information you collected, you may need to return to step 4 to create new questions and step 5 to findadditional information ! information_search_process.htm Common Core State Standards Targeted: Reading Informational Text: Integration of Knowledge & Ideas CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RI.9-10.7 Writing: Research to Build & Present Knowledge CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.9-10.7 CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.9-10.8 Speaking & Listening: Comprehension & Collaboration CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.2 CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.3 Speaking & Listening: Presentation of Knowledge & Ideas CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.4 CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.5
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