LEARNING OBJECTIVES LEARNING ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT MATERIALS, RESOURCES
1. Students will identify proper library behaviors and treatment of library resources.
· Group discussion
· Interactive game (Library Jeopardy)
· Teacher observation
· Evaluation of game responses
· Evaluation of written responses
· Computer projector
· Computer with PowerPoint
· PowerPoint Jeopardy game
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 identify and use card catalog information and perform title, author, and subject searches.
· Hands on practice
· Written practice
· Card catalog scavenger hunt
· Teacher-designed scavenger hunt
· Card catalog practice sheet (Center for Applied Research)
ILS 1:1, 3, 5; 2:4; 3:1, 3; 4:1; 8:3
RWS 1:1G; 1:2A, B; 1:6F; 1:8B
· Peer partnering
· Individualized assistance
· Multiple computers with OPAC (card catalog)
· Computer and projector for demonstration
3. Students will be able to create the correct fiction call number for a book.
· Board activity
· Book sorters
· White board
· Worksheet (T. S. Denison)
· Book sorters (Snodden)
RWS 1:2B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A; 1:8C
4. Students will recognize the Dewey Decimal system as the means of organizing non-fiction books.
· Code-Cracker Game
· Teacher presentation
· Practice sheet
· Learning centers
· Evaluation of oral and written responses
· Multiple computers with internet access (Trackstar, Track #273308)
· Computer and projector/Smartboard for demonstration
· Teacher-created games and worksheets
ILS 1:4, 5; 2:4; 4:2
RWS 1:1D; 1:2B; 1:4B, C; 1:5B, G; 1:6A, E, F; 1.8B, C
· Group work
· Additional opportunities for practice
· Multiple computers with internet access
5. Students will recognize and create the correct call number for biographies of all types and will be able to locate biographies using the call number.
· Written activity
· Computer search
· Scavenger hunt
· Successful completion of scavenger hunt
· Teacher-created activity sheets
6. Students will be able to locate information using the appropriate reference book.
· Written practice with encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, and thesaurus
· Worksheets (T. S. Denison)
· Reference resources (may include encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, and thesaurus)
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
7. Students will be able to identify the six parts of the title page of a book.
· Evaluation of written and oral responses
· Worksheet (T. S. Denison and Snodden)
· Book variety
ILS 1:5; 2:4; 5:2
RWS 1:1D; 1:2B; 1:3B, E, F; 1:4B, C; 1:5B; 1:6A, B, E, F; 1:8B, C
· Auditory and visual prompts
· Overhead projector
8. Students will be able to use the table of contents in order to locate information in a book.
· Class discussion
· Practice sheet (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
9. Students will be able to use the index in order to locate information in a book.
10. Students will be able to use the glossary in order to utilize information in a book.
· Teacher-created practice sheet
11. Students will be able to complete a research project using the steps in the research process.
· Graphic organizers/research information sheets
· Evaluation of written activities
· Teacher-designed activity sheet
· Book selection
· Computers with access to the internet
ILS 1:1, 3, 4, 5; 2:1, 4; 3:1, 4; 5:3; 6:1
RWS 1:8A, B, C
· Adaptation of materials as necessary
· Computers with access to the internet
12. Students will be able to recognize a variety of literary genres when given examples.
· Book talk
· Evaluation of oral responses
· Individualized reading lists
13. Students will be able to identify a variety of Newbery-winning books and recognize the importance of this award.
· Book talks
· Writing prompt
· Teacher-created packet
· Newbery books
· Newbery 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
· Modified writing assignments based on student needs