by Carolyn GarnerHere's a comprehensive new guide and CD-ROM with the tools busy school library media specialists need to teach elementary children to successfully navigate today's libraries, This valuable grade-by-grade manual provides ready-to-teach lessons for introducing and reinforcing 12 essential learning objectives with practical, fun, and challenging activities. The topics range from learning library manners and the proper care of books (for K-2 learners) to computer use and locating information from CD's and the Internet (for upper-elementary grades). Whether you need a good lesson for teaching call numbers, the Dewey Decimal System, what the title page of a book contains, thesaurus and dictionary use, or using online catalogs and search engines—it's all here. Garner's ready-to-go lessons have all been field-tested with kids and can be used either as-is from the book or easily adapted and customized from Word files located on the CD-ROM.
|Title||Teaching Library Media Skills In Grades K 6|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|File size||5.5 Mb|
|Book rating||4 (2 votes)