Information Literacy Toolkit: Grades kindergarten-6

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American Library Association, 2001 - Education - 186 pages
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Success today is ever more dependent on the ability to access, understand, and manipulate information and librarians, as gatekeepers to information, share a critical role in this process. The three innovative guides in this new series will equip school library media specialists and teachers to promote and teach information literacy skills to young library users and to: Collaborate in curriculum planning so that students will end up with a cohesive skill set. Teach the critical thinking and problem-solving skills that lead to information literacy. Use a step-by-step process, in line with curriculum standards yet flexible enough to adapt to school and district settings. The first two guides present skill-level appropriate tools that foster collaboration between libraries and schools, school library media specialists and teachers. The accompanying student workbook provides in-class support materials. Information Literacy Toolkit: Grades Kindergarten-6 Organized into three parts - process overview, planning organizer, and teaching tools - the K-6 guide helps you to introduce information literacy concepts and skills, and link literacy to standard subject areas. Information Literacy Tool
 

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Process Overviews
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Planning Organizers
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Teaching Tools
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