Information Skills Toolkit: Collaborative Integrated Instruction for the Middle Grades

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Linworth Pub., Jan 1, 2000 - Education - 336 pages
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Integrate information skills instruction with content area curriculum using this tested working toolkit. Lessons are grouped by broad curricular areas and themes, with a consistent format for each use: Title…Overview… Time… Curriculum Connections… Suggested Level and Audience… Information Power Skills Standards…Prerequisite Skills or Background… Materials… Instruction… Assessment…Adaptations and Extensions… Teaching or Technology Tips… Note-taking or Pathfinder Sheet.

Lessons are kept fresh, appealing, and meaningful through student involvement in structuring projects. Each lesson is correlated to the Information Power standards, and can also be adapted and taught with the Big6(tm) and other information problem-solving models and strategies.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Project Appendix
6
INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
7
Copyright

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Debra Kay Logan is the library media specialist at Mt. Gilead High School in Mt Gilead, OH.

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