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The Big6: Getting Dressed

Task Definition:
I must get dressed to go to school. I need clothes. Where are my clothes located? How do I find them? Do I need any help?

Information Seeking Strategies:
What clothes do I have? What choices are there? What is clean and ready to wear? What is the weather outside? Which clothes best match what I need today?

Location & Access:
Go to dressers, closets, or the floor under the bed. Evaluate the clothes for dirt, stains, holes, or small creatures.

Use of Information:
Pull out clothes and accessories that have the best chance of making you happy for the day.

Dress. Put the whole outfit together: shoes, socks, pants, shirt, necklace or chain choker.

Look in a mirror. How do I look? Do I match? Do I care? Is anything too small or too big? Are my shorts showing?
Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Could I do anything differently that will enhance the dress statement I am making today?

(Somers, Christine. "The Big6 Mars Mellenium Project." [Weblog September 18, 2002] 2008. Big6. 28 Apr 2008 <>.)

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