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Super3: 

Super3 Presented by Jean Koch, LMS Emmy Lieser, ODU graduate student VEMA November 19-20 2004

To the tune of “Bingo”: 

To the tune of “Bingo” Here is a process I can use, Its name is Super3-O Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Its name is Super3-O

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First I plan what I will do, And look for what I need-O Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Its name is Super3-O

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Next I use what I have found, And show what I have learned-O Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Its name is Super3-O

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Finally I review my work And make sure it’s my best-O Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Plan, do, and review; Its name is Super3-O Words by D. Cazares, S. Hensley, and K. Jordan: Students at the Univ. of Texas Graduate School of Library and Information Science, Austin, TX.

Teaching K-2 Students Super3: 

Teaching K-2 Students Super3 Some ideas…

Super3 Big6 for K-2: 

Super3 Big6 for K-2 PLAN DO REVIEW

PLAN : 

PLAN What do I need to do? What do I need to find out? (TD) What can I use to find what I need? (ISS)

PLAN “Wh” Questions : 

PLAN “Wh” Questions What – Object or Thing Who – Person Where – Place When – Time Why – Reason How -- Process

DO : 

DO Where will I find what I need? (LA)

DO What information Can I Use? UI How can I put my information together? S : 

DO What information Can I Use? UI How can I put my information together? S

DO: 

DO “Research Buddies” Classroom Teacher and LMS

Do (S): 

Do (S) Share what has been learned with class or other classrooms. Collaborate with the CRS for product to integrate technology into lesson/unit.

REVIEW : 

REVIEW How Will I Know If I Did My Job?

Review Super3: 

Review Super3

SUPER3: Some Examples…: 

SUPER3: Some Examples…

Building Native American Houses Using the Super 3: 

Building Native American Houses Using the Super 3 Second grade gifted cluster class Collaborative effort Combined Social Studies SOL with the Super 3

Pre-Activities: 

Pre-Activities Activity centers in LMC

The Unit Task: 

The Unit Task Research the homes of the Powhatan, the Sioux, or the Pueblos. Build a model of the home based on their research. Journal throughout the process.

Plan: 

Plan Anna, second grade

Sample Journal: 

Sample Journal

Sample Journal: 

Sample Journal

Trash and Treasure Words: 

Trash and Treasure Words OR How To Take Notes Without Copying (UI)

Trash and Treasure Words: 

Trash and Treasure Words When we research, words are like the X on the pirate’s treasure map: We only want those we need (treasure) We ignore the other words (trash)

Treasure Words: 

Treasure Words Words in a passage of text that answer the question. (Plan)

Trash Words: 

Trash Words All of the other words in the text that might be good words, but they DO NOT answer my question.

Rules for Note taking: 

Rules for Note taking Read and become familiar with your research questions. Underline key words. Read the article or source material one sentence at a time. Stop at the end of each sentence and decide if there are any treasure words. Record the treasure words in the appropriate place on your data collection form.

The Powhatan people lived in comfortable homes. Traditional Powhatan homes were rectangle-shaped with rounded roofs. Older Powhatan women were in charge of building homes. But everyone helped. : 

The Powhatan people lived in comfortable homes. Traditional Powhatan homes were rectangle-shaped with rounded roofs. Older Powhatan women were in charge of building homes. But everyone helped.

They bent young trees to form frames of their houses. The Powhatan covered the frames with layers of grass and bark. They made the roofs with sheets of bark. (Covert, Kim. The Powhatan People. 1999): 

They bent young trees to form frames of their houses. The Powhatan covered the frames with layers of grass and bark. They made the roofs with sheets of bark. (Covert, Kim. The Powhatan People. 1999)

Review for Trash and Treasure: 

Review for Trash and Treasure What are “treasure” words? I read each sentence and stop and decide if I found treasure words. I write the treasure words in the correct place on my data collection form. What are “trash” words? Words I DO NOT need for my research. Words I need for my research. How do I take notes?

Review: 

Review Take out your criteria sheet. Review the project goals. Did you meet all of the goals? Place a green sticker next to the goals you met. Place a yellow sticker next to the goals you are not sure if you met. Place a red sticker next to the goals you did not meet.

Review continued: 

Talk with your partner about how to improve any goals where you have a yellow or a red sticker. Make your improvements. Finish your last Alpha-Smart response. Go to “File 4” and answer the questions. Review continued

Sample Journal: 

Sample Journal

How Long Is A Crocodile? : 

How Long Is A Crocodile?

How Long Is A Crocodile? : 

How Long Is A Crocodile?

How Long Is A Crocodile? : 

How Long Is A Crocodile?

Famous People: K-2: 

Famous People: K-2

Another Song for Super3…: 

Another Song for Super3… Plan Do Review: to the tune of “Farmer in the Dell” “Plan, do, review Plan, do, review When you have a question use Plan, Do, Review !”

Credits: 

Credits Eisenberg and Berkowitz, The Big6 Information Problem-Solving Process. Dennison, JaDene, LMS. Butterfly Lesson. Lieser, Emmy. ODU Graduate LMS Student Skiles, P, LMS. Trash and Treasure PowerPoint Lesson. Based on the work of Barbara Jansen, LMS. Wool, Mary Wool, GRT, Crocodile and Osprey Lessons. www.big6.com

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