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Elementary Library Centers and Lessons

Elementary Library Centers and Lessons

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Free Printables and Online Games - Elementary Librarian Worth more than I paid! "I am so glad I found the Elementary Librarian lesson plans! The fact that these plans were easy to use and were aligned to both the AASL and Common Core ELA standards made them worth far more that what I paid for them!" - Mikki All the work is done for me! " This will be my 7th year and until your plans I have been spinning my wheels trying to come up with solid plans each week. Powell County Schools Easy Fiction Shelf Order Spine Labels - A book's address - Locating books on the shelves in the E section Students will: listen attentively and respond to a story. State in their own words how fiction picture books are arranged on the library shelves. Find the easy fiction shelf that is labeled with the letter that is the same as the first letter in their last name.

Powell County Schools Review - What is the Library and what are the rules/procedures? Students will tour the library and learn that the library is the place to come for books to read and to find information about things (research). They will be introduced to rules and procedures and how they relate to our "Be your BEST" motto. They will see these expectations modeled and will practice them. Powell County Schools Review - What is the Purpose/Layout of the Library and What are the Rules and Procedures? Students will tour the library and learn that the library is the place to come for books to read and to find information about things (research). They will be introduced to rules and procedures and how they relate to our "Be your BEST" motto. They will see these expectations modeled and will practice them. Use inside voicesWalkShare/take turnsTake care of materialsShow repect to others

Powell County Schools Review - What is the Purpose and Layout of the Library and What are the Rules/Procedures? Students will tour the library and learn that the library is the place to come for books to read and to find information about things (research). They will be introduced to rules and procedures and how they relate to our "Be your BEST" motto. They will see these expectations modeled and will practice them. Bookinitat50: Elementary School Library Lesson Plans SEPT: LIBRARY PROCEDURES; CHOOSING the RIGHT BOOK; BOOK CARE; FICTION; LIBRARY ORGANIZATIONOCT: NON-FICTION; PARTS OF A BOOK; ABC ORDER; HALLOWEEN; ELECTION 2012!NOV: FAIRY TALES & FANTASY; DEWEY DECIMAL; STORY ELEMENTS; GIVING THANKSDEC: BIOGRAPHIES; AUTOBIOGRAPHIES; ADVENTURE; HAPPY HOLIDAYSJAN: REFERENCES; RESOURCES; COMPUTER SAFETY; ARTIC ANIMALSFEB: MYSTERIES; MAKING PREDICTIONS; MEDIA LITERACY; VALENTINES DAYMAR: FOLKTALES & FABLES; DR. SEUSS; READ ACROSS AMERICA; ST. PATRICKS DAYAPR: POETRY; BOOK AWARDS; AUTHORS; ILLUSTRATORS; COPYRIGHT/PLAGIARISM HOPING FOR AN AUTHOR VISIT (RICK WALTON???)MAY: 5 DE MAYO; NAT. CHILDREN'S BOOK WEEK; HISPANIC CULTURE & AUTHORS WE ALSO HAVE 3 BOOK FAIRS EACH YEAR...so I'll have to fit those in.

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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. Because school librarians serve all schoolchildren, overseeing the progression of digital citizenship lessons across the grade levels seems a natural role for them.

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