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Name

Herringbone/Fishbone

Description

Herringbone/Fishbone is an organizing frame used to record information, to make notes, and to assist in remembering important information and key facts, including key concepts and vocabulary.

Purposes

- [Statement] In order to plan for instruction and assessment think about your learners' needs and your goal. What is your purpose for using Herringbone/Fishbone? [Cluster] - [Statement] To clarify and extend understanding (Clarify and Extend- Cluster 1.2): Students use Herringbone/Fishbone to combine and record ideas to develop understanding. [Cluster] Cluster 1.2- Clarify and Extend - [Statement] To demonstrate understanding of reading, listening, and viewing strategies (Comprehending: Reading/Listening/Viewing- Cluster 2.1): Students use Herringbone/Fishbone to engage in active listening during presentations and lectures and to record textural cues in written texts. [Cluster] Cluster 2.1- Comprehending: Reading/Listening/Viewing - [Statement] To demonstrate ability to use strategies and cues (Comprehending: Reading/Listening/Viewing- Cluster 2.1): Students use Herringbone/Fishbone to identify main ideas and supporting details. [Cluster] Cluster 2.1- Comprehending: Reading/Listening/Viewing - [Statement] To demonstrate understanding of vocabulary (Comprehending: Reading/Listening/Viewing- Cluster 2.3): Students use Herringbone/Fishbone to relate vocabulary with concepts in topics they are reading, listening to, or viewing. [Cluster] Cluster 2.3- Comprehending: Reading/Listening/Viewing - [Statement] To demonstrate ability to gather, and assess information (Gather and Make Sense of Information- Cluster 3.2): Students use Herringbone/Fishbone to organize and make sense of information. [Cluster] Cluster 3.2- Gather and Make Sense - [Statement] To demonstrate ability to organize and record information (Inquiry- Cluster 3.3): Students use Herringbone/Fishbone to structure and organize information such as main idea and supporting details. [Cluster] Cluster 3.3- Inquiry

Specific Learning Outcomes LICT Descriptors How To Do

- 1. Provide students with a Herringbone frame. Sections of the Herringbone may be pre-determined and labelled. - 2. Have students read, view, or listen to a text selection. Working in groups or as individuals, students discuss the text in order to answer key questions. For example: Who was involved? What did this person/group do? When was it done? Where was it done? How was it accomplished? Why did it happen? - 3. Have students record answers on a Herringbone frame in appropriate Š 2007 Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth Created with Curriculum Navigator, - Page 1 -


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section(s). Students use the information to determine the main idea to name the Herringbone frame. - 4. Have students use key information from the Herringbone frame to summarize the text. Related Information

Graphic Organizers Notemaking Graphic Organizers Note Making

Variations Assessment / Think Abouts

Record focussed observations of students' skills in making notes using key words, phrases, and images and on their independent choice of this organizer and creation of organizer sections sub-topics. Focused Observation Form Focused Observation Form Sample Orally guide/facilitate reflection in journals ( e.g., this organizer helps me...because ...; Evidence of this is...) Reflection Self-Assessment Journals Observe students' ability to record key words, phrases, and images on the herringbone frame to determine which students need differentiation and/or appropriate scaffolding. Have students consider selecting a herringbone frame with associated reflections for inclusion in their portfolios as evidence of their understanding of notemaking. Portfolios

References Keywords

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