Have you heard of Information Literacy (IL)? Not sure what it means?
Information Literacy is the ability to define, locate, select and use information from a variety of sources.
The following graphic from easybib explains the ABCs of Information Literacy.
Stage 2 are researching a sea creature using this process. They have a great question they would like to find out like:
What do Dugongs eat?
How big can sharks grow?
Why does a dolphin have a bottle nose?
What does a shark's skeleton look like?
What do blacktip reef sharks eat?
We are using the following success criteria to guide our learning.
Great search engines for students can be found here:
Note taking is so important. Students are also learning to acknowledge their source by locating the name of the website and the date it was published.
Check back in to see examples of stage 2 work when they present their findings. I can't wait to read what they find.