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  1.   Around The Library
Internet, Databases, Nonfiction, Fiction, Biography, Newspaper, Magazines, Dewey Decimal, Card Catalogue, Circulation Desk
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  2.   Library Terms
Fiction, Non-fiction, Reference, Periodical, Newspapers, Biography, Bibliography, Citation, Internet, Databases
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  3.   Library Skills
Public library, National library, School library, Reference, Bookshelf, Bookmark, Non-Fiction, Fiction, Special library, Rules
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Library Skills
  1.   Understanding Library Skills
MAGNOLIA MAGNOLIA Logo Educator's Name: Rhonda Sones School: Hancock Middle School School District: Hancock County Student Grade Level: 7 Subject: Library Skills Title of Lesson Plan: Understanding Library Skills Unit/Theme: The Dewey Decimal System Goals: 1. The students will develop an understanding of the organization of the library. 2. The students will understand the Dewey Decimal System. 3. The students will demonstrate knowledge and independence in the library. Obj...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Artifacts
Artifacts Goals: The students will become familiar with artifacts as they relate to shipwrecks, specifically the Titanic. The students will be able to identify connections between past artifacts and their modern counterparts. The students will exercise their library skills in the study of their artifact and will use critical thinking skills to reconstruct their particular artifact which will be assessed in their journal that is kept throughout the project. Materials: books, magazines (i.e. National Geographic), and pictures of ocean treasures access to computers that are linked to...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  3.   "Poetry at Sea"
"Poetry at Sea" GOALS: 1. Learn about and write five different forms of poetry to create a poetry book. RESOURCES: 1. Handout describing the students will be writing 2. School library 3. Computer access for word processing LESSON ADAPTED FROM: Fuller, Mel. (1994). Whole Language Theme Unit: The Seas. Grand Rapids: Instructional Fair, Inc. TIME: This lesson will require between 3 1/2 to 5 hours of class room time. (Part 1 [50 minutes to 1 hour, 10 minutes], Part 2 [1 hour, 15 minutes to 1 hour, 45 min...
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    Grade Level: Pre-K

  4.   Educational Resources - The Kids' Site of Canadian Settlement - Library and Archives Canada
...Students will learn more about the people who have made Canada one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. They will use a variety of organizers (student handouts) to help them collect and organize data from a number of primary and secondary documents. Creative and critical thinking skills are emphasized in the learning activities. Learning Objectives/Expectations/Outcomes Social Studies (History) and Language Arts, Grades 4-6 These activities will help your students to identify the history and daily lives of the various cultures that make up Canada; gain a better understanding of the challenges and hardsh...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   LEO THE LIBRARY MOUSE
LESSON: LEO THE LIBRARY MOUSE Grade 2/Media/Language Arts Media Essential Curriculum Goals and Objectives Goal 1: The student will demonstrate the ability to locate, retrieve, and handle media and equipment. Objective - The student will be able to: e. Care for and handle media and equipment in all formats. Language Arts Essential Curriculum Ob...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   The purpose of this lesson is to familiarize students with the layout of the library and is coordinated with a map unit in the classroom. Students are told they are explorers and their territory is the library. With an outline map of the library, they use
Library Maps Description: The purpose of this lesson is to familiarize students with the layout of the library and is coordinated with a map unit in the classroom. Students are told they are explorers and their territory is the library. With an outline map of the library, they use their skills to record the various areas of the...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  7.   A treasure of knowledge awaits you in the library. Take a peek in the (OPAC) to see what awaits you. Children will search the catalog (OPAC) to find their treasure on the shelves in the media center.
Library Treasure Hunt: Locating books in the OPAC Description: A treasure of knowledge awaits you in the library. Take a peek in the (OPAC) to see what awaits you. Children will search the catalog (OPAC) to find their treasure on the shelves in the media center. Goals & Objectives: LEARNING GOALS: Students will be able to use t...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  8.   This is an excellent end-of-the-year lesson in which students can review and practice many of the skills they have learned in the library throughout the year. It is a collaborative lesson with the 3rd grade classroom teacher. Working in groups, students c
The Year in Review: What We Learned in the Library Description: This is an excellent end-of-the-year lesson in which students can review and practice many of the skills they have learned in the library throughout the year. It is a collaborative lesson with the 3rd grade classroom teacher. Working in groups, students create a Library Handbook for next year's incoming thi...
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    Grade Level: K-8

  9.   Teaching Internet Library Instruction Sessions in the Electronic Classroom: The Adult Learner, the Internet, and Training Skills & Teaching Styles
artprevd.gif (743 artnvvnd.gif bytes) Shop at Amazon.com (2554 bytes) Site Links Teaching Internet Library Instruction Sessions in the Electronic Classroom: The Adult Learner, the Internet, and Training Skills & Teaching Styles Home by Robert J. Lackie and K.T.L. Vaughan Grade Level: Higher Education, Vocational Education, Adult/Continuing Education Subject(s): Library Information Literacy Instruction Lesson Plans Duration:...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  10.   Using the Library of Congress's Global Gateway Resources to Supplement a World Cultures Research Project
...ment while an aid assists her. Integrity. Civility. Responsibility. A proud member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Teaching with Primary Sources Home About Us Employment Quick Links People Finder Prospective Students Global Online University Catalogs Class Schedules/ Calendars Library News Student Life Athletics Give to Cal U Teaching with Primary Sources (formerly AAM) Teachers Hall of Fame Individual Lesson Plans Using the Library of Congress's Global Gateway Logo for the Global GatewayUsing the Library of Congress's Global Gateway Resources to Supplement a World Cultures Research Project Polished...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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