Intro to Noodletools (Noodlebib)

Intro to Noodletools (Noodlebib)

Computer>TRN_Shared>TOR Library Media Center folder>Pavia and Curto Amazon Rainforest folder Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements & Intro to Noodletools 2017 Mr. Pavia & Mr. Curto Presentation created by Lynn Murray May 2017 10

Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 1 Whats the big picture? 1. Topic 2. Impact 3. Resolution Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission.

2 Research Steps Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 3 Research steps delineated: A.

Read the Project Guidelines on slide six. B. Write your thesis statement on slide seven. C. Read the outline questions for Noodletools on slide eight. Compare them to the questions in your packet and make changes if necessary. D.

Read about our project resources on slide 9. E. Login to Noodletools on slide 20 to write your research question, thesis statement, and outline. F. Locate and read hard cover book and encyclopedia text about your topic. Write book note cards about your topic on Noodletools. G.

Locate and read database text about your topic from Newsbank and Grolier. Write website note cards about your topic on Noodletools. H. Create a presentation about your note cards. See the bottom of slide six for presentation options. 4 Guidelines for the Amazon Rainforest

Research Project Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 5 Guidelines for the Amazon Rainforest Project Project topics/issues: Your project may include but are not limited to such issues as: Alternate ecosystems: -Andes Mountains -Pampas

-Patagonia -Lake Titicaca Environmental issues and economics: -deforestation and the effect on economies in South America -mining for minerals and drilling for oil in the Amazon basin and its consequences for the forest and indigenous cultures -natural resources found in the Amazon region and their uses worldwide Cultural Issues: -research indigenous tribes in the Amazon region and create thematic maps and graphs to show how they have been affected by the destruction of their environment -research one indigenous tribe from the Amazon region and write their history, culture, and way of life in the rainforest. Plants and Animals:

-what plants found in the Amazon rainforest are used for special purposes, such as medicines, ingredients for skin and hair products, etc. -research the animals that have lost their homes due to the development of the Amazon, where do they go? What animals are endangered or close to being endangered as a result of the destruction of their habitat. Presentation requirements: Each presentation must include ample visuals (pictures, graphs, charts) and a separate Works Cited page with correct MLA citations. Presentations options: District-purchased Powerpoint District-purchased Photostory or Windows Movie Maker movie District-purchased Promethean flipchart District-purchased Scratch presentation with a separate written piece

Tri-fold board with pictures, graphs and facts and a separate written piece Models or large maps and a separate written piece Essay with pictures, graphs, and charts Skit with separate written piece Dance with separate written piece Talk show with separate written piece Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. Sculpture or diorama with separate written piece 6

Write a complete thesis statement. Thesis statement: topic, impact and resolution Sample: Topic: Mining for minerals Impact: Negative impact on native communities of the Amazon Rainforest Resolution: Possible solutions Thesis: Mining has had a negative impact on the native communities of the

Amazon Rainforest yet there are solutions that may help. Topic: Impact: Resolution:

Thesis statement: 7 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. Outline Questions for Noodletools : Compare these questions to your own and add/delete questions if applicable. Slide 8 I. Topic=Amazon Rainforest (mining, animals, deforestation, etc.) A. What is your topic? Describe it.

B. Where is the topic taking place within the Amazon Rainforest? C. What groups of people are involved with your topic? D. How long has the problem been taking place? II. Impact E. What impact has your topic had on the rainforest? OR How has your topic been affected by deforestation? F. What changes have occurred because of your topic? G. Who (groups) is responsible for your problem continuing to exist? III. Resolution and Reflection H. What can be done to help solve the current situation? Include two or three possible solutions. I. Which of the possible solutions do you think will be most successful and why?

8 Amazon Project Resources a. b. Tax-purchased hard cover books on reserve and encyclopedias. Tax-purchased database text: 1. Newsbank 2. Grolier

3. Bigchalk & Elibrary c. Approved free websites: Use these AFTER youve used the sources above. World Wildlife Fund: Amazon Threats http://wwf.panda.org/what_we_do/where_we_work/amazon/about_the_amazon/ecosystems_amazon/rainforests/index.cfm Mongabay: Amazon Rainforest background information http://rainforests.mongabay.com/amazon/ The Nature Conservancy: Latin America Page Good for identifying alternative ecosystems in Latin America that are under threat. https://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/latinamerica/index.htm IWGIA: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs Good for identifying indigenous groups throughout Latin America and threats to their survival.

http://www.iwgia.org/regions/latin-america/indigenous-peoples-in-latin-america 9 Grolier Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 10 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 11

Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 12 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 13 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017.

14 Copy and paste database text into the Direct Quotation box on Noodletools. Organize text onto mini Cornell Notes. Noodletools Website Note Card Mini Cornell Notes Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 15

Bigchalk & ELibrary Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 16 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 17 Split Screen Note-taking = Locate Database text: Bigchalk

Students Locate + Read + Annotate + Organize + Cite + Write about district-purchased nonfiction text. Your topic Presentation Created by Lynn Murray, TOR Media Specialist 2016-2017 18

Presentation Created by Lynn Murray, TOR Media Specialist 2016-2017 19 Split Screen Note-taking = Locate Database text: Bigchalk Students Locate + Read + Annotate + Organize + Cite + Write about district-purchased nonfiction text. Bigchalk & ELibrary Presentation Created by Lynn Murray,

TOR Media Specialist 2016-2017 20 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 21 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017.

22 Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 23 Copy and paste database text into the Direct Quotation box on Noodletools. Organize text onto mini Cornell Notes. Noodletools Website Note Card Mini Cornell Notes

Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 24 Newsbank Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 25 Newsbank is AWESOME!!!

A. Newsbank: TORonline.org>TOR Media Center>Scroll down to Destiny Book Catalog & SPS Database Access>TOR>Newsbank>Access Click on Access World News World News-Historical and Current Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 26

Newsbank is AWESOME!!! B. Newsbank: Type your topic>Click on Readability>Choose a reading level. 1. Type your topic 3. Choose a reading level. 2. Click on Readability (Lexile) Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 27

Newsbank is AWESOME!!! C. Scroll down and read through the titles and abstracts. Click on a title that looks good. Wow!!! Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 28 Newsbank is AWESOME!!!

D. READ the article!!!! Copy the URL, MLA citation and text about your topic. URL Cite MLA Citation Text about your topic!!! Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 29

Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 30 Copy and paste database text into the Direct Quotation box on Noodletools. Organize text onto mini Cornell Notes. Noodletools Website Note Card Mini Cornell Notes Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017.

31 Noodletools Its a website that allows you to organize your outline, note cards, and Works Cited information online! Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 32

Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 33 Register Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 34

Click on +New research project. Project to begin a new Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 35 The Dashing Dashboard Click to edit to type your RESEARCH QUESTION.

Example=How does mining in the Amazon basin affect the forest and its indigenous cultures? Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. Created & Updated by Lynn Murray February 2016 36

Click on Notecards: Create an outline about your topic. Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 37 Split the screen so this PowerPoint is on the left and Noodletools is on the right. Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission.

38 Click on New Notecard to begin taking notes about your topic. Sample outline Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 39

Note Cards Website What is the problem? Describe 2 Bullets and Lists Copy, paste and highlight text here. Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 40

Amazon Rainforest Research Requirements. TOR LMC. 2017. 41 Note Cards Book What is the problem? Describe 1 Book

Bullets and Lists Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 42 Note Cards on Dashboard Print>Export to Word Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission.

43 Split Word the screen your notecard is onpaper. one side Microsoft Open and splitso the screen

to write your Placeand Noodletools on Word onWord the on other. Create your masterpiece the right! your

leftis and your right. Look at your paraphrased on information on the left to write your final masterpiece paper. Use the Paraphrase section of your note cards to create your paper. Create your

masterpiece based upon your notecards here! Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 44 Book Sources on Noodletools 1 2

3 Book Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 45 Create a Works Cited page. Copy and paste the MLA citations from your Notecards in alphabetical order to create a Works Cited page. What is a Works Cited page?

It's a listing of book and computer sources that you used for your paper or project. Each source (entry) is listed and alphabetized by its MLA format. It's the last page of your paper and it's entitled Works Cited at the top. Formatting requirements of the Works Cited page: Double spaced. Times New Roman font. 12 sized font.

Hanging indent. The first line is not indented. All of subsequent lines are indented, however. Sample Works Cited Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission. 46 Lynn Murray. Capstone 2017. Please do not share without permission.

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