6 edition of Developing An Information Literacy Program K-12 found in the catalog.
by Neal-Schuman Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Mary Jo Langhorne (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||225|
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Get this from a library. Developing an information literacy program, K a how-to-do-it manual and CD-ROM package. [Mary Jo Langhorne; Iowa City Community School District (Iowa City, Iowa);] -- Outlines the development of an information literacy program.
Presents model lessons for working within the elementary program; provides sample lessons for secondary schools; and includes templates. This book, developed by the Iowa City Community School District, recipient of the National Library Media Program of the year Award inprovides a complete K curriculum, with details on when key basic information, research, and production skills should be introduced, expanded, and reviewed.
The book is divided into four parts: Part I:Author: Mary Jo Langhorne. Get this from a library. Developing an information literacy program K a how-to-do-it manual and CD-ROM package. [Mary Jo Langhorne; Iowa City Community School District (Iowa City, Iowa);] -- This book outlines a process for collaboration between the teacher and library media specialist, identifies literacy concepts, and much more.
Part 1, "Developing an Information Literacy Program," presents the five-step model developed by the Iowa City Community School District, looks at key concepts and skills, and offers assessment tools. Parts 2 and 3 provide lessons and units for elementary and secondary students.
Part 4 contains additional tools, such as pathfinders and worksheets.5/5(1). In this book, twenty information literacy experts, including Michael Eisenberg, Virginia Walter, and Lesley Farmer, explore various techniques and contribute perspectives on information literacy programs in educational environments from kindergarten through higher education, including public libraries.
Developing an information literacy program, K a how-to-do-it manual and CD-ROM package How-to-do-it manuals for libraries How-To-Do-It Manuals Authors Patrick Jones, Mary Jo Langhorne, Iowa City Community School District (Iowa City, Iowa), Michele Gorman, Tricia Suellentrop Editor Mary Jo Langhorne Edition 2, illustrated.
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Improving Adult Literacy Instruction Developing Reading and Writing. M ore than an estimated 90 million adults in the United States lack the literacy skills needed for fully productive and secure lives.
The effects of this shortfall are many: Adults with low literacy have lower rates of participation in the labor force and lower earnings when they do have jobs, for example.
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Scottieq Popular Book Developing An Information Literacy Program K A How-To-Do-It Manual and CD-Rom. koxaral. [book] New Practical Computer. Each video focuses on one step in the information literacy research process, using Dr. Eisenberg&Berkowitz's Big6model: the most well-known information literacy model used in K settings.
Using high schoolers to dramatize each step, each minute episode shows how students work with teachers and library media teachers to conduct research. Improving Adult Literacy Instruction: Developing Reading and Writing, which is based on the report, presents an overview of what is known about how literacy develops the component skills of reading and writing, and the practices that are effective for developing them.
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Langhorne and Rehmke survey visual, technological, media, and information literacies, explore the concepts for learning with. The Information Literacy User's Guide is based on two current models in information literacy: The version of The Seven Pillars Model, developed by the Society of College, National and University Libraries in the United Kingdom and the conception of information literacy as a metaliteracy, a model developed by one of this book's authors in 4/5(14).
This book also looks at approaches for incorporating information literacy instruction into K pre-service education programs. This book will show you how to develop information literacy skills as a student, a lifelong learner, and as a professional—honing the ability to locate, evaluate, manage, and present information on any subject.
Media Literacy Education in Libraries for Adult Audiences, a month project of the American Library Association (ALA), helps libraries respond to the need for adult media literacy training in their communities through the creation and distribution of a suite of free library resources.
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The intent of this document is to assist teachers in developing a plan for allFile Size: 1MB. Description. This practical, engaging text introduces prospective and practicing teachers to K content reading instruction.
Unlike any other text in the market, the content progresses from general practices, cycles, and settings of instruction, to units of instruction and specific lesson bility: Available. Information Literacy: the ability to effectively locate, use and evaluate information.
(AASL, ) With the plethora of print and digital information sources available today, it is incumbent upon both school and public library staff to rededicate and in fact, collaborate in order to impart the skills that enable young patrons/students to access, evaluate, and use information in all formats.Information, media, and technology literacy chapters equip students with 21st century skills for our information age.
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