By Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner
This ebook of lesson plans utilizing universal photo books to coach the AASL/AECT info Literacy criteria is focused for grades K-3, entire with reproducible styles and instantly usable reproducible actions delivering classes for every grade point (K-3) for every month of the varsity 12 months. each one lesson will educate info literacy ability in response to the AASL/AECT info Literacy criteria for scholar studying. the abilities are taught in a logical development through the university yr. integrated is a studying source bibliography for every month giving the Library Media professional or instructor extra photo books to coach particular talents with different classes they decide to create. each one lesson has been demonstrated via the authors and revised utilizing fundamental grade periods from 3 ordinary colleges because the attempt topics. Books chosen for this undertaking are nationally famous and award profitable photo books more often than not present in most simple library collections. even though the e-book is particularly precise to be used by means of Library Media experts, literacy coaches, analyzing academics and lecture room lecturers within the basic grades should be drawn to its content material. Grades K-3.
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Teacher’s Notes: Thank You, Thanksgiving By David Milgrim Milgrim, David. Thank You, Thanksgiving. New York: Clarion Books, 2003. Objective: Students will listen to the story, identify author and illustrator, and practice being an author and illustrator. AASL Standard Information Literacy Standard 1: The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively. Skills • Author and illustrator • Creative writing Grade Level: First grade Materials • Copies of worksheets • Copy of word cards • Crayons and pencils • Dry eraser or chalkboard Preparing the materials: Copy worksheets for each student.
Page through the book and check for accuracy. Step 4: Show the front of the book again, and point out the author’s name. Hold up the call number on the white construction paper that you have prepared ahead of time. Explain that this book is on the C shelf because we place all of the “Everybody” books according to the author’s last name. The E above the C stands for the Everybody section. It is like a house number, and in the library we refer to this as the call number. Long ago, library patrons were unable to go into the stacks, so the call numbers were used to “call out” the location to the librarian who would find it for them.
Closure: Visit the shelves where these six books are located. Locate those shelves for the students and point out other books by the same author. Teacher’s Notes: Skeleton Hiccups By Margery Cuyler Call Number Pattern E B E C E K E R E S E W From A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy Standards by Patricia A. Messner and Brenda S. Copeland. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. Copyright © 2007 Patricia A. Messner and Brenda S. Copeland. 21 Ten Little Mummies By Philip Yates Yates, Philip.
A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy Standards by Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner