Lessons for Reference

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  • Exploring Explorers - … of their explorer, and access to the media center for reference materials. Technology Resources Needed: Computer with Internet access, video camera … : (Alabama Virtual Library) Contains a wide variety of research and reference materials, including encyclopedias and periodicals.Alabama Virtual LibraryContains a wide variety of research and reference materials, including encyclopedias and periodicals.8.)and this one on …
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  • Alabama the Beautiful - … and city maps, brochures from various Alabama attractions, references books and other reference materials, pictures and fact cards of famous Alabamians, adopted … and city maps, brochures from various Alabama attractions, references books and other reference materials, pictures and fact cards of famous Alabamians, adopted … and city maps, brochures from various Alabama attractions, references books and other reference materials, pictures and fact cards of famous Alabamians, adopted …
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  • Preparing to Write the Research Paper: An Information Location Mini-lesson - … instruction emphasizes "how-to-use" multi-volume encyclopedias, multi-volume reference sets, books, and various electronic databases. Instruction includes where to … instruction emphasizes "how-to-use" multi-volume encyclopedias, multi-volume reference sets, books, and various electronic databases. Instruction includes where to … instruction emphasizes "how-to-use" multi-volume encyclopedias, multi-volume reference sets, books, and various electronic databases. Instruction includes where to …
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  • Asking questions / Ask a librarian - … research conversation Understand key steps in effectively seeking help from reference librarians Increased sense of confidence in seeking help from a … bring when they go to speak to a reference librarian. 10 min. Pass out Reference Question Checklist handout [attached]. Assessment/Assignment Pass … Bowles, Betty Dance, Pamela Martin, Julie Pelletier, Carol Rosenthal 4 Reference Question Checklist 1. Be specific about the information you are …
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  • One Square Meter - … guide Classwork: magnifying glasses, rulers, baggies, plastic gloves, graph paper, reference books, computer with spreasheet software. One Square Meter 1 Visit … of the inner square - these form the 'cross-hairs'. ? A reference chart of living things in the area. ? Pencils ? Student Page … study area East Time Big Picture Data Surveyor's name Reference point Distance from ref. point Season Features of the ecosystem …
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  • Frames of Reference: The Centrifugal Force - … + + 23 Accelerated Frames of Reference: Inertial Forces 23a Frames of Reference: The Centrifugal Force Uniformly moving frames of reference experience no new forces … coordinates, velocities and accelerations of a non-rotating frame of reference. + The centrifugal force is needed to describe the same motion … "loop the loop". Terms: inertial force, accelerated frame of reference, rotating frame of reference, centrifugal force, bulge of the Earth. Stories: Variation …
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  • An Invitation to Simple Machines - … 1. Locate and become familiar with various reference materials with information about simple machines. These references should include non-fiction books, encyclopedias … modeling from yesterday of using various references to find science information. * Have students use the reference materials available to find information on … . Review your modeling by using various references to find science information. Have students use the reference materials available to find information on …
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  • Water, Water, Everywhere - … .) -Board space or chart paper -Examples of different types of reference materials including a website (book marked in advance), encyclopedia, dictionary, textbook, nonfiction book, map, brochure, newspaper, etc. -Reference materials pertaining to the amount of water on the Earth … materials that include factual information. 18. Display examples of different reference materials and discuss. Possible examples might include encyclopedias, nonfiction books …
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  • Inside Information - … Plan for Bibliography) -Several different types of reference materials (for example, encyclopedia, Weblinks, chart, timeline, reference book, photo, etc.) for each communication … beginning their research. 16. Display the various reference materials (See Attached Files for Reference List) you've collected about significant inventions and … communication. 17. Point out the different kinds of references such as nonfiction books, reference books, Websites, photographs of inventors/inventions, a timeline …
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  • Describing Motion - … measurements are made. -A frame of reference is considered to be stationary. -No frame of reference is truly stationary. -Motion is a … a different frame of reference, a non-inertial frame of reference. Questions: What other non-inertial frames of reference can you name? (e … Frames of Reference Define the term frame of reference. Identify the frame of reference most commonly used. Name two other frames of reference different …
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