Each class visits the library once a week for 30 minutes which includes a mini-lesson and time for browsing and checking out books. Typically, students can check out up to 5 books, but the limit is extended over longer breaks. Books are checked out for two weeks, but if a student is still reading a book and needs to keep it longer, having an overdue … Continue reading Fall Review 2013
Here are the links to the information literacy pre-assessments. There are 3 different sections and pre-assessments to take. 1. Take the Develop, Use and Revise Search Strategies assessment. 2. Take the Evaluate Sources and Information assessment. 3. Take the Recognize how to Use Information Responsibly, Ethically and Legally assessment. http://goo.gl/CFiydR Continue reading 5th Grade Information Literacy
Last week in library classes, students were introduced to the library, including a discussion of some of the areas of the library pictured below. As a part of our school’s adoption of The RULER Approach we also began creating our school-wide library charter by answering the question, “How do you want to feel when you come to the library?” In the next couple weeks, we … Continue reading Welcome to Your Library!