By Brenda S. Copeland, Patricia A. Messner
This booklet of lesson plans utilizing universal photograph books to educate the AASL/AECT info Literacy criteria is focused for grades K-3, whole with reproducible styles and instantly usable reproducible actions supplying classes for every grade point (K-3) for every month of the varsity yr. each one lesson will educate details literacy ability according to the AASL/AECT info Literacy criteria for scholar studying. the talents are taught in a logical development during the college yr. incorporated is a interpreting source bibliography for every month giving the Library Media expert or instructor extra photo books to educate particular talents with different classes they decide to create. every one lesson has been demonstrated through the authors and revised utilizing fundamental grade periods from 3 trouble-free colleges because the attempt matters. Books chosen for this venture are nationally well-known and award profitable photo books normally present in most simple library collections. even though the ebook is in particular unique to be used by way of Library Media experts, literacy coaches, examining lecturers and lecture room academics within the basic grades may be drawn to its content material. Grades K-3.
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Practice reading the phrases together before reading the story. Step 4: Read the story and give students the opportunity to participate at appropriate times. Closure: Pass out selected books and have students find the author, title, and illustrator on the outside of their books. Students check out books. Teacher’s Notes: Turkey Surprise By Peggy Archer Pilgrim Hat Pattern 46 From A Year in Picture Books: Linking to the Information Literacy Standards by Patricia A. Messner and Brenda S. Copeland.
Objective: Students will be able to locate favorite books in the library by using the library’s specialty spine labels. 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).
Display the poster and books so all students can view them. 47 48 Part Three: November Step 1: Discuss the Caldecott Award with students using the poster and books as visual displays. Step 2: Demonstrate (by showing books) to students that the first-place and Honor Books are usually marked in identifiable ways, with a gold or silver seal. Explain that sometimes libraries use a special spine label to identify winners. Make sure to show students how these books are identified in your library. Step 3: Introduce The Hello, Goodbye Window written by Norton Juster and illustrated by Chris Raschka.