LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT MATERIALS, RESOURCES
STANDARDS CURRICULUM MODIFICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
1. Students will identify proper library behaviors and treatment of library resources.
· Group discussion
· Interactive game (Library Jeopardy)
· Writing prompt
· Teacher observation
· Evaluation of game responses
· Evaluation of written responses
· Computer projector
· Computer with PowerPoint
· PowerPoint Jeopardy game
· Teacher-designed writing prompt
· Beezus and Ramona (Cleary)
ILS 7:2; 8:2, 3; 9:1
RWS 1:4C; 1:6A, D, E, F; 1:8B
· Peer support
· Teacher prompts
· Partner project
2. Students will be able to locate the following areas of the library; fiction, non-fiction, reference, paperbacks, and biographies.
· Map activity
· Successful completion of map activity
· Teacher-designed map of library
ILS 1:4, 5; 2:4; 3:1
RWS 1:1D; 1:2B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6E; 1:8B, C
3. Students will be able to recognize and apply the 3 main types of card catalog searches (subject, title, and author).
· Written practice
· Hands-on practice
· Evaluation of oral and written responses
· Multiple computers with OPAC (card catalog)
· Computer and projector for demonstration
ILS 1:1, 3, 5; 2:4; 3:1, 3; 4:1; 8:3
RWS 1:1G; 1:2A, B; 1:6F; 1:8B
4. Students will locate a specific item and its call number using the card catalog.
· Teacher demonstration
· Hands-on computer activity
· Selective partnering
· Opportunities for additional practice
5. Students will be able to explain the difference between fiction and non-fiction materials.
· Review of characteristics of fiction and non-fiction materials
· Evaluation of oral responses
· Teacher-created visual aids
ILS 1:4,5; 2:4; 3:1
6. Students will be able to create the correct fiction call number for a fiction book.
· White board
· Worksheet (T. S. Denison)
RWS 1:2B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A; 1:8C
· Individualized assistance
7. Students will be able to organize a sequence of fiction call numbers correctly (alphabetically by author’s last name).
· Board activity
· Book sorters
· Computerized fiction call number games
· Book sorters (Snodden)
· Multiple computers with internet access (Trackstar Track #273088)
ILS 3:1, 3
RWS 1:2A, B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A, D, E; 1:8B, C
· Student-paced practice/leveling
8. Students will be able to identify the type of information available in an encyclopedia and select the correct volume of the encyclopedia to find the information needed.
· Teacher-created game
· Written activity
· Practice sheet
ILS 1:1, 2, 3, 4, 5; 2:1, 4; 3:3
RWS 1:1D; 1:2A, B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A, D, E, F; 1:8A, B, C
9. Students will be able to use guidewords to locate a subject in an encyclopedia or dictionary.
· Train game
· Teacher evaluation of performance
· Teacher-created game (Train Game)
RWS 1:1D; 1:2A, B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A, D, E, F; 1:8B, C
· Teacher modeling
· Auditory prompts
10. Students will locate information on a given topic in an encyclopedia.
· Research project
· Evaluation of research projects and writing activity
· Graphic organizers
RWS 1:1D; 1:2A, B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A, D, F; 1:8A, B
· Peer grouping
· Additional time
11. Students will be able to identify the 5 parts of a dictionary entry.
· Power Point presentation
· Practice sheets
· Evaluation of written activities
· PowerPoint Dictionary presentation
· Teacher-designed activity sheet
· Worksheet (Magical Library Lessons, Farrell-Stover)
· Peer partnering
12. Students will be able to use the table of contents and index in order to locate information in a book.
· Class discussion
· Overhead projector
· Practice sheets (T. S Denison)
ILS 1:1, 4, 5; 2:4; 3:1, 3
RWS 1:1D; 1:2B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A, E, F; 1:8A, B, C
· Auditory and visual prompts
13. Students will be able to identify the internet as a source of information and utilize it safely.
· Class discussion
· Stop and Think poster
· Student responses
· Safety rule transparency
· Pink paper
· Computers with internet connections
ILS 1:4; 1:5; 8:3
RWS 1:2A, B; 1:6E; 1:8B
14. Students will be able to identify a variety of Caldecott-winning books and recognize the importance of this award.
· Book talks
· Caldecott-winning books
· Caldecott video/DVD
ILS 5:2, 3
RWS 1:2B, C; 1:3B, E, F; 1:4A, B; 1:5B; 1:6A, B, C, E, F; 1:8B, C