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by Patricia A. Messner,Brenda S. Copeland




This book consists of tried and tested collaborative lesson plans for teacher librarians to use when planning lessons with classroom teachers to use with students in the primary grades. These lessons integrate research skills instruction with curriculum standards in science and social studies. Lessons are developed using standard reference materials such as biography, atlas, encyclopedia, and the almanac. Each lesson contains all patterns, worksheets, and plans necessary to immediately implement the lesson.

This book consists of tried and tested collaborative lesson plans for teacher librarians to use when planning lessons with classroom teachers to use with students in the primary grades. These lessons integrate research skills instruction with curriculum standards in science and social studies. Lessons are developed using standard reference materials such as biography, atlas, encyclopedia, and the almanac. Each lesson contains all patterns, worksheets and plans necessary to immediately implement the lesson. Grades K-3.

Download Collaborative Library Lessons for the Primary Grades: Linking Research Skills to Curriculum Standards epub
ISBN: 1591581850
ISBN13: 978-1591581857
Category: Politics
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Author: Patricia A. Messner,Brenda S. Copeland
Language: English
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited; First Edition edition (February 28, 2005)
Pages: 176 pages
ePUB size: 1761 kb
FB2 size: 1617 kb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 716
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Fenrikasa
This book has a very enticing cover, but lacks in originality on the inside. There is little, if anything, I will be able to use in this book. First of all, I have found that very little collaboration between teacher and librarian goes on at the elementary level. Teachers do not remain with the class during library time and help the librarian. It is their plan time. This book gives a librarian role and teacher role for each lesson. Research skills occur more at the middle and high school levels. Teachers usually bring the class during their regular class time so they remain with the students. That is when collaboration can occur.

I also found the activities and worksheets to be boring and unimaginative. I pride myself on activities that excite my children and make them eager to come to the library. Even when I'm teaching information or research skills, I try to make it a game. This book offers nothing along those lines. I recommend you skip this book.
Galanjov
This book has many excellent lessons that can be adapted for students in grades K-3 depending on the lesson and the skill. Many of these lessons I have also used with 4th and 5th graders with just a few tweaks. Everything is there for you to use- standards, objectives, prep of materials and steps to the lesson and skill sheets.I would highly recommend this book to any librarian who teaches these grades( and grades 4-6) .
Sardleem
This book came to me is great shape. It has a lot of fun lesson plans. Have fun with this book!