Secondary Library Media (6-12)
Strand 1: Standard 1:
English Language Arts Grade 9-10
Reading: Literature Standard 10
1 class periods of 30 minutes each
Students will be given an introduction to the library layout and how to find books in the library catalog. They will understand strategies for choosing books for independent reading. Students will begin researching the various methods provided by teachers to present knowledge of a book at the end of the school year, why the selected it, and what other books they plan on reading next.
Examples of book trailers, book infographics, book setting brochures, book boxes and professional book reviews. Examples other presentation types (prezi, video, etc.)
Teachers should be familiar with strategies students need to find books that fit their interests and reading level (genres of books/movies, lexile ratings, reviews, ratings of books on websites, read alikes) and basic understanding of various presentation tools.
Knowledge of personal interests, hobbies, favorite movies, books they have read before that they have liked or disliked.
Students will read to pursue intellectual, personal and emotional growth for life. They will build reading behaviors for lifelong learning and enjoyment of reading.
Teacher or librarian will discuss the research on the presentation option students are likely to use and their list of possible books with each student.