75 Outrageous Ways Librarians Can Impact Student Achievement in Grades K-8

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Linworth Pub., 2008 - Education - 89 pages
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Focus on achievement while students have fun and learn using this standards-based guide for library lessons!

* Provide standards-based lessons that motivate students to achieve

* Make learning the core subjects exciting using these standards-based lessons in the library

* Motivate students to read, involve the whole school, and make learning happen using the outrageous yet sound ideas from this book

Keep things fresh and exciting with 75 compelling ways for library media specialists to integrate information literacy into the core classroom curriculum. The standards-aligned lessons range from involving the whole community to specific grades and/or subject areas-with fun being a motivator in every lesson!

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Of the many definitions of the word outrageous, we suppose that our author means: highly unusual or unconventional; extravagant; or remarkable. Thus, sone approaches this thin book with high ... Read full review

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Laurie Noble Thelen is a library media specialist at Deep Wood Elementary School in Round Rock, TX.

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