By Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner
This booklet of lesson plans utilizing universal photo books to educate the AASL/AECT details Literacy criteria is focused for grades K-3, whole with reproducible styles and instantly usable reproducible actions delivering classes for every grade point (K-3) for every month of the college 12 months. each one lesson will educate details literacy ability in accordance with the AASL/AECT details Literacy criteria for pupil studying. the abilities are taught in a logical development through the institution yr. integrated is a analyzing source bibliography for every month giving the Library Media expert or instructor extra photo books to educate particular abilities with different classes they decide to create. every one lesson has been confirmed by means of the authors and revised utilizing fundamental grade sessions from 3 basic faculties because the try topics. Books chosen for this venture are nationally well-known and award profitable photograph books usually present in most simple library collections. even though the booklet is particularly specific to be used by way of Library Media experts, literacy coaches, interpreting lecturers and lecture room academics within the basic grades may be attracted to its content material. Grades K-3.
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Step 4: Show the front of the book again, and point out the author’s name. Hold up the call number on the white construction paper that you have prepared ahead of time. Explain that this book is on the C shelf because we place all of the “Everybody” books according to the author’s last name. The E above the C stands for the Everybody section. It is like a house number, and in the library we refer to this as the call number. Long ago, library patrons were unable to go into the stacks, so the call numbers were used to “call out” the location to the librarian who would find it for them.
Teacher’s Notes: Jeepers Creepers By Laura Leuck Worksheet Lesson 1 The following authors write easy books. Write the call numbers on the first line, and arrange the call numbers in order by writing a number on the second line. Eric Carle ____________________________________________________ Norman Bridwell ______________________________________________ Dr. Seuss _____________________________________________________ Audrey Wood _________________________________________________ The following authors write fiction books.
What came last? Guide them into placing the items in the correct sequence. Page through the book and check for accuracy. Step 4: Show the front of the book again, and point out the author’s name. Hold up the call number on the white construction paper that you have prepared ahead of time. Explain that this book is on the C shelf because we place all of the “Everybody” books according to the author’s last name. The E above the C stands for the Everybody section. It is like a house number, and in the library we refer to this as the call number.