practical steps to the research process for high school information literacy series

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Practical Steps To The Research Process For High School

Author : Deborah B. Stanley
ISBN : 1563087626
Genre : Education
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Offers strategies and lesson plans for school librarians assisting high school students with research skills, including topic development, note taking, sorting notes, rough drafts, rewriting, and presentation.

Practical Steps To The Research Process For Middle School

Author : Deborah B. Stanley
ISBN : 9780313009006
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Stanley applies the same user-friendly format that made her popular guide to teaching the six steps of the research process to high school students such a success. In this new volume geared toward middle school students, field-tested lessons, anecdotes, reproducible charts and templates, and research ideas all work together to transform the research process into bite-size steps that are both adaptable to various teaching styles and not overwhelming for students. By applying Stanley's methods you'll be pursuing education reforms including integrating technology, improving information literacy, teaching critical thinking, modeling collaborative instruction, and adapting research for second language learners and learning disabled students.

Practical Steps To The Research Process For Elementary School

Author : Deborah B. Stanley
ISBN : 9780313023293
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The third and final book in Stanley's three-volume group for all grade levels, this work simplifies teaching the research process with step-by-step instructions that are adaptable and comprehensive, geared especially for your youngest students. If Stanley's practical steps to the research process for middle and high schools are already a hit with your students, reach for this book next.

The Thoughtful Researcher

Author : Virginia Rankin
ISBN : 1563086980
Genre : Education
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Presents methods for teaching research skills to middle school students; explains the steps of the research process, including time management, information search, and comprehension; and suggests ways to maximize the teacher-librarian partnership.

Guiding Students Into Information Literacy

Author : Chris Carlson
ISBN : 0810863553
Genre : Education
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Teachers often assume students know how to do research. However, most students lack important information literacy skills and often need guidance in order to be successful researchers. Sometimes the research projects students are assigned are not well devised or planned, and teachers often underestimate the amount of time or effort necessary to complete a project. These difficulties soon become compounded because students often have poor organizational and time management skills, which are essential in producing good research projects. The desire to make the research experience pleasant and worthwhile for students and the teacher who must assess their efforts has led authors Chris Carlson and Ellen Brosnahan to devise a logical system to help students not only gain valuable information literacy and time management skills needed but also to help the instructor have a better handle on what students are doing during the process. Information Literacy takes readers systematically through the management of a research activity, from conception to final product. Each chapter includes handouts that have been used by the authors with actual research assignments, websites for further information, and a bibliography of additional books that support the ideas in the chapter. An appendix with examples of research papers that have been done by the authors' actual students is also included.

Information Literacy

Author : Zorana Ercegovac
ISBN : 158683021X
Genre : Education
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This book is a practical guide to information literacy programs, focusing on the intellectual aspects of locating, interpreting, evaluating, and communicating information sources.

Teaching Information Literacy

Author : Joanna M. Burkhardt
ISBN : 0838908543
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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From tech schools to colleges, high schools to grad schools, research involves making sense of information, dealing with overload, learning the basics of planning, and evaluating the quality of sources. As information proliferates, immediate gratification takes precedence. Students often use the easiest tools available rather than making the effort to identify the best. There is another way! Successful research skills require a basic grounding in information literacy as well as planning. Students who learn to follow these step-by-step instructions in the research process can tackle any research project confidently and on time. This workbook, tied to the ACRL Standards for Information Literacy, provides hands-on tools for reference and instruction librarians at colleges and community colleges as well as others appointed to teach students how to conduct research and to be literate in the information sea. Each exercise address one or more of the nationally accepted ACRL benchmark standards for information literacy education. The exercises promote conceptual and applied skills via active learning, problem-based learning, and/or resource-based learning. Ready-to-use and easy to modify,

Introduction To Information Literacy For Students

Author : Michael C. Alewine
ISBN : 9781119054757
Genre : Social Science
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Introduction to Information Literacy for Students presents a concise, practical guide to navigating information in the digital age. Features a unique step-by-step method that can be applied to any research project Includes research insights from professionals, along with review exercises, insiders' tips and tools, search screen images utilized by students, and more Encourages active inquiry-based learning through the inclusion of various study questions and exercises Provides students with effective research strategies to serve them through their academic years and professional careers Ensures accessibility and a strong instructional approach due to authorship by a librarian and award-winning English professor

A Practical Guide To Information Literacy Assessment For Academic Librarians

Author : Carolyn J. Radcliff
ISBN : 9780313094842
Genre : Education
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Resources In Education

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ISBN : UOM:39015079893163
Genre : Education
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