Fishbone Diagram

A fishbone diagram is used to identify the causes or composition of some complex system or event. Each bone coming off of the spine of the diagram is then broken down into more details. Examples of topics that fit well into fishbone diagrams include the causes of major wars, the manufacture of automobiles or the factors that influence juvenile delinquency. A lesson plan utilizing a fishbone diagram might include brainstorming sessions or group research tasks.

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