By Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner
This e-book of lesson plans utilizing universal photo books to educate the AASL/AECT info Literacy criteria is focused for grades K-3, whole with reproducible styles and instantly usable reproducible actions delivering classes for every grade point (K-3) for every month of the college 12 months. every one lesson will educate details literacy ability in line with the AASL/AECT details Literacy criteria for scholar studying. the talents are taught in a logical development in the course of the institution yr. incorporated is a analyzing source bibliography for every month giving the Library Media expert or instructor extra photo books to coach particular talents with different classes they decide to create. every one lesson has been verified via the authors and revised utilizing fundamental grade sessions from 3 user-friendly faculties because the try matters. Books chosen for this venture are nationally well-known and award successful photo books typically present in most simple library collections. even though the publication is particularly distinct to be used through Library Media experts, literacy coaches, analyzing academics and school room lecturers within the basic grades can be drawn to its content material. Grades K-3.
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Step 4: Show selection of easy and nonfiction books. Review the difference between easy and nonfiction books. Step 5: Talk about call numbers as the address of the book. Show examples of call numbers. Discuss the parts of the call number. Step 6: Sort the example of call numbers into two piles: easy and nonfiction. Give each student an easy or nonfiction book. Have the students sort the selection of books into the correct pile. Closure: Show students the easy and Nonfiction section on the shelves and the order and arrangement.
One Witch. New York: Walker & Company, 2005. Objective: Students will listen to the story, compare the sequential numbers in the nonfiction to the numbers in the story, and review the call numbers for easy and nonfiction. AASL Standard Information Literacy Standard 1: The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively. Skills • Arrangement of Easy and Nonfiction sections Grade Level: Second grade Materials • Card stock • Fifteen nonfiction books with three-digit call numbers • Fifteen easy books • Copy of the call numbers from pattern • An ABC book of your choice (see the resource page at the end of this section of lessons) • Dry eraser or chalkboard Preparing the materials: Copy pattern onto card stock.
Step 4: Pass out worksheets and discuss the directions. The statements on the board will help the students write adjectives to describe the main character. You may have to teach a short lesson about adjectives. Show an example so they can understand the assignment. —Dedicated Closure: Give students time to share as a whole group. Record adjectives next to the statements on the board. Review the reason this was a special award book. Encourage students to visit the reading center containing other material on Rosa Parks.
A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy Standards by Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner