By Pamela S. Bacon
A career's worthy of artistic options to difficulties and demanding situations regularly encountered at school libraries, this moment quantity to the best-selling a hundred Library Lifesavers offers one other a hundred ready-to-use lifesavers that can assist you remain on most sensible of your busy time table and make your library glance solid! pro tuition library media professional Pamela S. Bacon once more stocks useful, field-tested recommendation for almost any job. every one lifesaver encompasses a short description, guidance (helpful feedback) and instruments (ready-to-use templates), in addition to an extra characteristic referred to as journeys (Internet links). Grades 6-12.
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Does the student acknowledge creativeness in information found and apply information creatively? Standard 6: Strives for excellence in information seeking and knowledge generation • Does the student critically look at and judge the content of each source? • Does the student revise information found independently? • Does the student improve information located independently? Standard 7: Recognizes the importance of information to a democratic society • Does the student gather information from a variety of sources and formats?
The three Information Literacy standards focus on accessing, evaluating, and using information. • The three Independent Learning standards focus on how well the student independently seeks, delves into, and critiques the information found. • The Social Responsibility standards focus on the responsibility the user of information shows and models while accessing information. 35 36 SS 2—All Aboard! html Dive into the ALA’s site—it’s a true lifesaver! LIBRARY LIFESAVER 11: A Standard Above: What Are the Standards, Anyway?
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100 More Library Lifesavers: A Survival Guide for School Library Media Specialists by Pamela S. Bacon