Guide emergent readers through the library research process with this practical, hands-on manual specially targeted to librarians and K-1 classroom teachers.
• Standards-based, step-by-step approach to research featuring the AASL Standards for the 21st-century learner
• Focused on collaboration between the library media specialist and the classroom teacher
• Employs research-based best practices for use with your young, emergent readers and writers
• With the academic pressures of No Child Left Behind and other state mandates, a focus on emergent readers and library integration is a prime topic for today's library media specialists
This book offers librarians and teachers hands-on research projects for emergent readers to help prepare students to meet challenging academic requirements. Targeted for media specialists and kindergarten and 1st grade classroom teachers who want to guide emergent readers through the library research process, this book provides background discussion and educational research on best instructional strategies, integrating curriculum standards, differentiating instruction, and step-by-step implementation of library research for emergent readers. Practical examples of library research units are the main focus of the manual.Find everything you need in this book to make your young students successful.
|Publisher:||Linworth Publishing, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.30(d)|
About the Author
Christa Harker is a librarian at James Bowie Elementary School in Dallas, TX.
Dorette Putonti is a librarian at Hamilton Park Pacesetter Magnet in Dallas, TX.