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Curriculum and Elementary Lesson Plans for Library Media

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Pre-School Activity Library. Library Learning Games - media center. National Poetry Month Ideas from Elementary Librarian on Pintrest. Monthly Themes: National Poetry Month. Writing Prompt Writing a Poem: Have students look closely at a picture and make a list of words that describe the action, sounds, shapes, colors, and feelings in the picture.

Monthly Themes: National Poetry Month

Lesson Plan: Henry’s Freedom Box (3rd Grade) Before Class: Put up a large poster of an empty tree (see attached) on one of the classroom walls.

Lesson Plan: Henry’s Freedom Box (3rd Grade)

Focus Activity (10 minutes): Show students the cover of Henry’s Freedom Box. Ask them the following questions: Henryboxbrownmap. I CAN Statements for Library Skills (freebie) by Summer Pittman. Featured Main Categories Cart is empty.

I CAN Statements for Library Skills (freebie) by Summer Pittman

Holidays & Special Days. Did you find your way to this holidays page through a search engine?

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If so, you may be missing out on all the other great new content that EdWorld posts daily! Try bookmarking the Education World homepage. Next time you start your visit there, explore numerous areas such as our Lesson Plan Boosters, Lesson Plans section, Subjects Center, Worksheets Library, Tools and Templates, Web Site Reviews, iPad App Reviews and much more. And if you’re looking for more holiday fun, you’ll find a handy link to the holidays page in the horizontal bar that runs along the top of every page on the site. - Materials for Teachers. Lesson Plans. Lesson Plans for Media Specialists. 5-Day Unit Plan for Introducing Nonfiction. Overview By learning to how to use information presented in various types of nonfiction material, students will prepare to use the multitude of expository texts that readers of all ages encounter daily, including newspapers, brochures, magazines, instruction manuals, recipes, and maps.

5-Day Unit Plan for Introducing Nonfiction

Objective Students will: Get an introduction to nonfiction texts and identify what they already know about this genre Prepare to read a nonfiction article by building background knowledge and learning key vocabulary Learn text features associated with types of nonfiction Learn about different text structures used in nonfiction and identify the text structure of a specific passage Check their comprehension skills and apply what they've learned to their own writing.

3rd Grade Library Curriculum. 4thGrade Library Curriculum. 6thGrade Library Curriculum. 5thGrade Library Curriculum. Lesson Plans and Educator Resources - The United States Mint. View all Lesson Plans Change Mixer Grades K–5 Math, Physical Education Students will use their abilities to recognize coins and their values in this game that focuses on locomotor skills (skip, slide, gallop, run, jump).

Lesson Plans and Educator Resources - The United States Mint

This game also requires students to add coin values. Ancient Story Problems Grades 3–8 Math, Social Studies, Technology Students will research ancient civilizations and develop story problems using symbols and coins from those times. Students will then retell these story problems using modern terms and coins. This lesson is part of the Unit Plan “Ancient and Modern Coins.” Nickel, Quarter and Dime Grades 6–8 Math Students will play a game to help them develop an appreciation for statistical methods as a powerful means for decision making. A Special Place Grades 9–12 Art, Language Arts, Social Studies Students will explore how personal experiences can lead to conservation efforts.

Follow the Flag Grades K–1 Language Arts, Social Studies, Technology. Maryland Association of School Librarians. Library Lessons, Library Lesson Plans and Library Skills. The Picture Book Teacher's Edition: Beatrice Doesn't Want To by Laura Numeroff - Teaching Ideas. One of my great blog followers took advantage of my "Book Suggestion" page and suggested this great little book.

The Picture Book Teacher's Edition: Beatrice Doesn't Want To by Laura Numeroff - Teaching Ideas

I did not have the book, so off to my local library I went. I am so glad Beth recommended this book, it is GREAT! It is about little Beatrice and her complete hatred of books, that is, until the end of the story when she has a special connection with a book that the librarian is reading. A Webquest for Library Students. Who Was Dewey? Teacher Resources. The Library of Congress offers classroom materials and professional development to help teachers effectively use primary sources from the Library's vast digital collections in their teaching.

Teacher Resources

Find Library of Congress lesson plans and more that meet Common Core standards, state content standards, and the standards of national organizations. Discover and discuss ways to bring the power of Library of Congress primary sources into the classroom. Go to the blog Subscribe to the blog via e-mail or RSS. Substitute Plans. Substitute Lesson Plans - Elementary Librarian. Elementary-Library-Examples - Lesson Plans 2011-2012. Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach.

Elementary-Library-Examples - Lesson Plans 2011-2012

Get it on the web or iPad! Guest Join | Help | Sign In. Back to School Read Alouds - Elementary Librarian. Quia - Library Science. 5 libraryunit. Dentonlibrary - home. Kindergarten - 1st Six Weeks : PISD Library Connections. IC Overarching Concept: Balance & Stability ELA Unit Theme: Start Smart / Families Language_Arts Websites - Primary Library Curriculum Connections At-a-Glance.

Kindergarten - 1st Six Weeks : PISD Library Connections

WCLS 2010 Preschool Storytime Handbook. WCLS 2010 Theme Handbookv (Preschool) Library Lion - Storyline Online. Library Lion. Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) The following fun and engaging activities were designed to help you promote your library and engage youngsters at the same time!

The contest, game, and scavenger hunt documents can be easily customized to suit your needs/library. Letterboxing | Poetry | Bookmark Contest | Mad Libs | Scavenger Hunts | Readers Theater "How to" Guide and Scripts | Letterboxing 15 Ways to Use Poetry @ your library® Poetry Programs @ your library® Bookmark Contest - Entry form for hosting a bookmark design contest with a theme of "So much to See. Bookmark Contest - Similar to the above entry form but the contest is not judged by children. Mad Lib @ your library® - summer theme! Dr. LIS. The Office of Library Information Services provides leadership in developing PreK-12 school library media programs to support student achievement. It ensures that students and teachers have equitable access to an organized and centrally managed collection of library resources, instructional materials, and information technologies in order to improve instruction, accelerate student learning, and facilitate student critical thinking, problem solving,and research.

The mission of the library media program of instruction is to prepare students as “knowledge workers” by integrating information and technology literacy skills with all curricular content. The library media specialist is the catalyst that inspires students to choose reading for pleasure by providing an age/level appropriate and current collection of reading materials.

Additionally, the Office of Library Information Services: Kindergarten Computer Lessons. K-6 Library Lesson Plans. ES Library Services Lesson Plans. Questions.pdf. Mr. Breitsprecher's Dewey Challenge. Take Our Dewey Challenge! Ready to master Dewey Decimal? Ready to master information science? Are you ready to find your way around virtually ANY library? If you answered "YES", then you can start our online quiz by clicking HERE. Each question shows you a book and has 3 answer choices - choose the one that correctly identifies which general Dewey number the book belongs in. Quick Review: Doin' Dewey Do you have a lot of books? Libraries have many, many books. Librarians group books by what they are about – the subject matter. Melvil Dewey, who lived from 1851 to 1931, invented a way to do this. Later he shortened his first name to Melvil, dropped his middle names and, for a short time, even spelled his last name as Dui.

Organizing a Library? Before Melvil Dewey invented the Dewey Decimal System, there was not a common way to organize libraries. Most buildings were made of wood. Libraries kept books in buckets so they could easily carry them out if there was a fire. Digital Citizenship Lessons for the Library. Today’s children are rarely satisfied with using only the library’s print materials and online databases. With the increasing sophistication of digital technologies, even young students can bypass the local librarian to search for resources, tools and information online through common search engines. Such freedom carries with it great responsibility. School librarians have always embraced the responsibility for teaching information literacy — critical skills for locating, evaluating and using information — but children also need to know the literacy of digital citizenship — how to conduct themselves safely and responsibly in the digital world.

Teaching Copyright. As today's tech-savvy teens become increasingly involved with technology and the Internet for learning, work, civic engagement, and entertainment, it is vital to ensure that they understand their legal rights and responsibilities under copyright law and also how the law affects creativity and innovation. This curriculum is designed to give teachers a comprehensive set of tools to educate students about copyright while incorporating activities that exercise a variety of learning skills.

Lesson topics include: the history of copyright law; the relationship between copyright and innovation; fair use and its relationship to remix culture; peer-to-peer file sharing; and the interests of the stakeholders that ultimately affect how copyright is interpreted by copyright owners, consumers, courts, lawmakers, and technology innovators. Unit Goals. Choosing the Right Book: Strategies for Beginning Readers. Library Media Lesson Plans for Dewey. Anatomy of a Lesson Plan. K-6 Library Lesson Plans. Using eBooks in the Elementary School Library.

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Hanover County Public Schools - Lesson Plan Book. Elementary Library Centers and Lessons. Media Center. Elementaryschool. Library Curriculum. Elementary Library lesson/plans on Pinterest. Information Skills Lesson Plans. Lesson Plans - Grades K-5.