Collaborative Library Lessons for the Primary Grades: by Brenda S. Copeland

By Brenda S. Copeland

This e-book involves attempted and established collaborative lesson plans for instructor librarians to take advantage of whilst making plans classes with lecture room academics to take advantage of with scholars within the basic grades. those classes combine examine abilities guideline with curriculum criteria in technological know-how and social reports. classes are built utilizing common reference fabrics resembling biography, atlas, encyclopedia, and the almanac. every one lesson includes all styles, worksheets, and plans essential to instantly enforce the lesson.This ebook involves attempted and proven collaborative lesson plans for instructor librarians to exploit whilst making plans classes with school room lecturers to take advantage of with scholars within the basic grades. those classes combine examine talents guideline with curriculum criteria in technological know-how and social reviews. classes are constructed utilizing ordinary reference fabrics akin to biography, atlas, encyclopedia, and the almanac. each one lesson includes all styles, worksheets and plans essential to instantly enforce the lesson. Grades K-3.

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Continue to share facts until all groups have shared their facts. Animal Memory Game Step 1. Using cards from Lesson 4 play a memory game. Step 2. Lay cards face down on the floor. Students sit in a circle around the cards. Step 3. Take turns turning over cards to find matches. Because of the small number of cards, each person receives one turn even if they find a match. Optional Activity: Students may play game during free time or as a reward for finished work. 41 42 Part Two: Encyclopedia Unit Resources New Book of Knowledge.

The teacher can guide students if students have trouble coming up with suggestions. 1. Have students find the article about their animal. 2. Ask students to record the facts on the Fact Cards. 3. Ask students to draw pictures of their animal. 4. Explain that each group will be doing two sets of picture cards and one fact card about their animal to make games that the class will play after all of the research is over. Step 3. Classroom Teacher: Divide up the students with three or four per group.

The teacher can guide students if students have trouble coming up with suggestions. 1. Have students find the article about their animal. 2. Ask students to record the facts on the Fact Cards. 3. Ask students to draw pictures of their animal. 4. Explain that each group will be doing two sets of picture cards and one fact card about their animal to make games that the class will play after all of the research is over. Step 3. Classroom Teacher: Divide up the students with three or four per group.

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