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Moodle 1.9 English Teacher's Cookbook by Silvina P. Hillar

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Cause-and-effect diagram, Fishbone, or Ishikawa diagram technique

In this recipe, you are going to teach your students how to design a cause and effect diagram. This diagram was created by Kaoru Ishikawa. Students can learn more about this diagram at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ishikawa_diagram. He pioneered quality management processes and he became an important person in modern management. He worked for Kawasaki shipyards. The shape of this diagram resembles the skeleton of a fish, hence the name "fishbone diagram".

This diagram explores the causes that have a single effect. There are four causes to be explored, which have details to be added. To create this diagram, you have to bear in mind some simple steps such as set a topic, identify the ...

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