A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy by Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner

By Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner

This booklet of lesson plans utilizing universal photo books to coach the AASL/AECT details Literacy criteria is concentrated for grades K-3, entire with reproducible styles and instantly usable reproducible actions offering classes for every grade point (K-3) for every month of the varsity 12 months. each one lesson will educate details literacy ability in line with the AASL/AECT info Literacy criteria for scholar studying. the abilities are taught in a logical development in the course of the college 12 months. integrated is a interpreting source bibliography for every month giving the Library Media professional or instructor extra photograph books to coach particular abilities with different classes they decide to create. every one lesson has been verified by means of the authors and revised utilizing basic grade sessions from 3 undemanding faculties because the try out matters. Books chosen for this undertaking are nationally well-known and award profitable photograph books ordinarily present in most basic library collections. notwithstanding the publication is particularly specific to be used by way of Library Media experts, literacy coaches, examining academics and lecture room lecturers within the fundamental grades might be drawn to its content material. Grades K-3.

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AASL Standard Information Literacy Standard 1: The student who is information literate accesses information efficiently and effectively. Skills • Library awareness • Sequencing Grade Level: Kindergarten Materials • Six aluminum pie plates • Pictures for the following: shopping list (list should include the items that are mentioned in the book text), fire hose or firefighter at work putting out a fire, washcloth for cleaning up the trucks, completed Thanksgiving meal, and thank you note from the community (see text).

Messner and Brenda S. Copeland. Thank You, Thanksgiving By David Milgrim Worksheets Thank You,_______________. Thank you, Thanksgiving. From A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy Standards by Patricia A. Messner and Brenda S. Copeland. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited. Copyright © 2007 Patricia A. Messner and Brenda S. Copeland. 43 Turkey Surprise By Peggy Archer Archer, Peggy. Turkey Surprise. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers, 2005. Objective: Students will listen and participate in the story and identify the author, illustrator, and title on the cover and on the title page of the book.

Paste the call numbers onto index cards and laminate. Step 1: Before introducing the book, brainstorm a list of things that we count in school. Examples: Lunch tickets, playground equipment, students, and so on. Ask the students why we need to count and keep things in order. Give time for some answers. They will vary with each group. Step 2: Introduce the book by showing the cover. In this story, we are counting mummies. Read the story and share the pictures. Step 3: Explain that just like we count to keep track of things in school, we also need to do this in the library.

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