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Description

Overview:
Students will learn how to do basic research on animals that they have read about in a Jan Brett book.
Subject:
English Language Arts
Level:
Lower Primary
Grades:
Kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Author:
Date Added:
12/06/2019
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
Language:
English
Media Format:
Downloadable docs

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Stacy Hersey on Dec 09, 11:29am

My first graders would love this lesson!

*Full integration of one or more information literacy strategies with subject content

*In depth collaboration between SLMC & teacher is achievable through completion of this resource (Although it's not really mentioned)

*Strengths: easy to implement, builds on prior knowledge of an author

*Opportunities: Include the classroom teacher in the final product. Could also include a digital option for the report.

AMY RALPH on Dec 09, 09:28am

As elementary SLMC this is definitely a resource that can be used in my library. I really like the fact that the entire plan is laid out and includes the use of picture books as an introduction. This resource has full integration of one or more information literacy strategies with subject content. The resource itself does not mention teacher integration with this assignment but collaboration between SLMC & teachers can be added . The strengths of this lesson include the use of research skills for K-2 students and the use of technology to locate resources. This resource lends itself to changes because students can learn about animals from a classroom teacher and then complete this research in the library. Student can also create a technology project about their animal.

AMANDA VERNON on Dec 08, 06:31pm

As an elementary media specialist I love this resource.
Full integration of one or more information literacy strategies with subject content.
Collaboration between SLMC & teachers can be added.
The SLMC is an instructional partner in planning and delivering instruction, assessing student progress, and evaluating activities.
Information literacy goals are incorporated seamlessly.
The library is used as part of the instructional space.
Student choice evident to some degree in topic selection.
Diverse resources are available to students.
Prior knowledge is activated and used as a catalyst for new knowledge.
There are opportunities for real-world applications.
Digital content is referenced and used in instruction.
Technology is used for student exploration, organization, and/or creativity.
Opportunities are provided for reflecting, sharing, and advancing ideas through offering and receiving feedback.
Student choice evident in product design.

BEVERLY LITKE on Dec 06, 07:21pm

I'm a K-5 SLMC who loves Jan Brett!
*Full integration of one or more information literacy strategies with subject content
*Collaboration between SLMC & teachers can be added by having reading & activities take place in both classroom and library.
*Strengths: Students could choose both the Jan Brett book and/or the animal they wish to research. Research rather than simply reading a handout develops skills in students.
*Opportunities: There is no product listed, but this could include a variety of oral, MakerEd , technology projects, etc. to demonstrate student learning.

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