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WISE Research Model

Timberline High School
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Katheryn Myrick

on 5 October 2015

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Transcript of WISE Research Model


Research WISE-ly

Gather Info
Keywords
Sources
Search
Record Notes

Organize info
Summarize
Use graphic organizers
Infer
Evaluate every step of the way!!
Evaluate
Evaluate
Evaluate once more!!
The WISE Research Model
Adopted by Ms. Myrick
Timberline Library

Wonder
Step 1: Brainstorm Topic
What's the BIG idea
?
Wonder
Step 2: select Topic
What's my BIG question
?
What were the ideas and topics
you found interesting during
the Brainstorm?
What is the ONE topic or idea you want
to learn more about?
Wonder
Step 3: Select Your Research Focus
What's my BIG focus?
What do you want to learn? Why does this
matter to you?
What new knowledge
do you want to share?
What do you want to teach
others?
T
hink about one angle of the idea.
Do a 180 & think about it from the opposite angle.
Investigate
Investigate
Investigate
What RESOURCES do you need?
Step 1: Refine Your Research Focus.
Step 2: Locate resources & find answers to your Supporting Questions.
Where do you find RESOURCES?
Step 3: Evaluate your sources using CRAAP.
Are your RESOURCES reliable?
Key Words & Search Terms
Ask good questions to refine
Research Focus.
Use Supporting Questions
to guide research.
Advanced Search
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