Developing an Integrated Library Program

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Linworth Pub., 1996 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 97 pages
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-- Samples for K-8 of major integrated study units, mini-units to introduce, extend, or remediate concepts

Find practical ways of teaching information skills through team planning, interdisciplinary learning units, flexible library scheduling, and literature-enriched lessons.

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Contents

Introduction
Implementing the ProgramThe How To V 17
Implementing the ProgramThe How Tos Grades Three Through Six 45
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DONNA P. MILLER, Library Media Coordinator for the Mesa County Valley School District #51 in Grand Junction, Colorado has over 20 years library experience in schools and public libraries. She has an MLS from the University of North Texas. She has co-authored two books, Developing an Integrated Library Program with J. Anderson, and Day by Day: Professional Journaling for Library Media Specialists with K. Larsen, and is author of The Standards-Based Integrated Library.

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