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The Standards Building on the best of existing state standards, the Common Core State Standards provide clear and consistent learning goals to help prepare students for college, career, and life. The standards clearly demonstrate what students are expected to learn at each grade level, so that every parent and teacher can understand and support their learning. The standards are: Research and evidence basedClear, understandable, and consistentAligned with college and career expectationsBased on rigorous content and the application of knowledge through higher-order thinking skillsBuilt upon the strengths and lessons of current state standardsInformed by other top-performing countries to prepare all students for success in our global economy and society According to the best available evidence, the mastery of each standard is essential for success in college, career, and life in today’s global economy. For grades K-8, grade-by-grade standards exist in English language arts/literacy and mathematics.
Raps and Book Raps Home Page Current & planned raps Join a reading adventure! A rap supporting reading and literacy, this offers a range of exciting reading ideas, activities for K-10, resources and ebooks to dip into, and a space for you to share your reading adventures. This rap and gallery remain available throughout 2013. Term 1, 2013 All about me, all about you is a 5 week rap, commencing on Monday February 25, supporting autobiographical writing in Stage 3 and 4 English. Raft, river, rainbow fiction blog is a 5 week rap, commencing on Monday February 25, supporting narrative writing in Stage 3 and 4 English. Term 2, 2013 Band of heroes fantasy quest is a 5 week rap, commencing in Term 2, Week 3, on Monday May 13, supporting narrative writing in Stages 3 to 5 English. Term 3, 2013 Hats, boxes, magic, moon is a 5 week rap, commencing in Term 3, Week 3, on Monday July 29, supporting narrative writing in Stages 3 and 4 English. Term 4, 2013 Book Week 2012: Use the activities in Join a reading adventure! Term 4, 2012
S.O.S. for Information Literacy Home - The Reading & Writing Project Information Literacy for K-16 Settings Information Literacy for K-16 Settings Purpose of this Site: Today's educators and K-12 students need to be information literate: to be able to locate, evaluate, use and share information. notes several specific reasons for students to be information literate: * So they can successfully navigate through proliferating information resources * To improve their quality of education * To learn additional tools to reinforce course content * To enhance lifelong learning. The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) has established information literacy standards for K-12 students, which are aligned with the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) information literacy competency standards for higher education. The "Big6™" is copyright (c) (1987) Michael B. Additionally, the KOCE broadcasting station, in partnership with Dr. These standards apply to students in higher education. a. b. a.
The Book Fairy-Goddess The Book Bug: Share and Share Alike In the past couple of days I have gotten a few, very sweet emails from other teachers and Media Specialists about the ideas and programs I have shared here on The Book Bug. Although I do come up with a great deal of my own programs and ideas for the Media Center, I must admit that a few of the programs I am using in the Media Center are not 100% my original ideas. I have borrowed from some wonderful, more experienced Media Specialists and tweaked their ideas into my version of their original. An idea which I have borrowed (or maybe maintained is the correct word for it) for the Media Center is Honor Books. Mrs. Honor Books are not library books. I don't keep up with who has them. Honor books are great for students who are repeatedly loosing library books and for students who have way overdue books. One of my most successful project this year was also inspired by another Media Specialist. The books in this section are in alphabetical order by the series title. Hope you enjoy!
Mr And Mrs Vinegar - An English Fairy Tale Mr. and Mrs. Vinegar, a worthy couple, lived in a glass pickle-jar. The house, though small, was snug, and so light that each speck of dust on the furniture showed like a mole-hill; so while Mr. Vinegar tilled his garden with a pickle-fork and grew vegetables for pickling, Mrs. She picked her way over these as best she might, and rushed into the garden. "Oh, Vinegar, Vinegar!" But Mr. "But what about the furniture?" "I will take the door of the house with me, lovey," quoth Mr. Mrs. Well, they walked all day long, but not a brass farthing did they make, and when night fell they found themselves in a dark, thick forest. "Don't alarm yourself, lovey," he said. So he climbed the tree, fixed the door, and Mrs. Now in the very middle of the night, just as he was beginning to nod, what should happen but that a band of robbers should meet beneath that very tree in order to divide their spoils. "Don't shake so!" "I'm not shaking, lovey," whispered back Mr. Then Mrs. My goodness! "Now, Vinegar!"
Book Club Games and Icebreakers -- Book Club Activities Try these fun book club games to liven up your normal routine or break the ice for newcomers! 1. Extreme MakeoverUpdate a character or two from a book set in thepast. Example: Lydia Bennett (Pride & Prejudice) considers Cosmo great literature and Sex & the City serious drama. Example: Jay Gatsby (The Great Gatsby) takes twice-weekly elocution lessons (The Rain in Spain....). 2. 3. Divide up into teams, or go solo. 4. Obvious examples: stuffed tiger for Life of Pi; potato peels for Guernsey Literary Society, etc...; camera for Memory Keeper's Daughter; sling shot for Kite Runner; a book by Russian author Nikolai Gogol for The Namesake (even better...an old overcoat!) 5. Variation: Using the current book only, have everyone write his/her casting choice. 6. Crumple the sheets into “snowballs” and, at a signal, throw them across the room to the other team. Scoring:2 points—to a team for each correct answer1 point— to the other team for each incorrect answer. 7. top of page
Information Skills Lesson Plans Resources for School Librarians - Index Menu for This Page: General Collections of Lesson Plans | The Dewey Decimal System | Reference Books and Web Sites | Worksheets | Research Methods and Reports | Miscellaneous and Holiday Lessons General Collections of Lesson Plans Library Skills Lessons - by Katy Punch on Pinterest Scholastic's Lesson Plans & Reproducibles - Lesson plans for grades K - 12. Many of these are internet based. Yearly Curriculum for the library Library Lesson Plans - By Jennifer Francis of the Powell County Schools. Introduction to Library Use How to Care for a Library Books - This article from WikiHow includes many good points that you may want to include in your talk on book care. The Dewey Decimal System and the Catalog Huey and Louie Meet Dewey - A lesson plan from Education World. Reference Books and Web Sites All About Words: Dictionary Activities - Dictionary lesson plans from Education World. Worksheets and Online Tools Library Research Methods and Reports Up to Top