Developing an Information Literacy Program K-12: A How-to-Do-It Manual

Developing an Information Literacy Program K-12: A How-to-Do-It Manual

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ISBN-13: 9781555703325
Publisher: Neal-Schuman Publishers
Publication date: 08/28/1998
Series: How-To-Do-It Manuals for Libraries Series
Edition description: BK&CD ROM
Pages: 294
Product dimensions: 8.58(w) x 11.04(h) x 0.79(d)

Table of Contents

List of Figuresix
Part IDeveloping an Information Literacy Program1
1.Information Literacy: A Collaborative Effort3
Identifying Roles in the Collaborative Process4
Planning for Collaboration5
Assessing the School Climate for Collaboration10
2.A Five-Stage Information Literacy Model16
3.Key Information Literacy Concepts and Skills29
Basic Information Concepts and Skills in Grades K-630
Key Concepts and Skills in Grades K-331
Key Concepts and Skills in Grades 4-633
Key Concepts in Junior High/Middle School35
Key Concepts and Skills in High School37
Evaluating Information39
4.Assessing Student Learning43
Assessment Tools43
Communication with Parents44
Curriculum Matrix45
Part IIModel Lessons and Units for Elementary Classes73
Section ALessons You Can Adapt to Any Curricular Area75
5.Developing a Presearch Plan77
6.Searching the Catalog87
7.Using Logic to Search the Library Catalog97
8.Evaluating Your Catalog Search123
9.Using Indexes141
10.Introduction to Computer Graphics145
Section BSample Lessons Integrating Information Skills into the Science Curriculum147
11.Minibeast Homes149
14.Levers and Pulleys in Daily Life161
15.Eye Disorders165
Section CSample Lessons Integrating Information Skills into the Social Studies Curriculum169
16.Travel Brochures171
17.People of the American Revolution177
Part IIIModel Lessons and Units for Secondary Classes181
18.Information Problem Solving: Introductory Lesson183
19.Information Problem Solving: Follow-up Lesson197
20.Library Catalog203
21.Magazine Article Summaries211
22.Fundamental Concepts of Electronic Information Access Tools223
23.Focusing a Research Topic231
24.News Bank241
25.Filtering Criteria: Evaluating Search Results253
26.Learning Acceptable Internet Use259
Part IVAdditional Instructional Resources for Use Throughout the Year263
27.Presearch Forms and Pathfinders265
28.Elementary and Secondary Bibliographic Aids271
29.The School Library Media Center's Web Site281
About the Developers of the Information Literacy Program293

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