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Dewey decimal classification system

Dewey Decimal Classification System

Presented to Second & Third Grade Students

Developed by Karen Ward

Library Media Specialist

Eichold-Mertz Elementary School


Who created the dewey decimal classification system

Who created the Dewey Decimal Classification System?

  • Melvil Dewey was born on December 10, 1851

  • Melvil Dewey created the number order system for library books when he was 21 years old.

  • MelvilDewey started the first school for librarians.


Ten main classifications in dewey s system

Ten Main Classifications in Dewey’s System

  • The world’s knowledge is divided into 10 categories or groups.

  • Each group has a main title and is represented by three numbers.


The big ten

Generalities – 000

Philosophy – 100

Religion – 200

Social Science – 300

Language – 400

Science & Math – 500

Technology – 600

The Arts – 700

Literature – 800

Geography & History - 900

The Big Ten!

Brings order to the massive amount of world knowledge


You can judge a book by its cover

You Can Judge A Book by Its Cover!

  • The Dewey Decimal Classification call number can be found on the spine label.

  • Why?

  • When the book is shelved, the Dewey Decimal Classification call number can be easily seen.

200Bya

500

Lee

000

Mea


Generalities 000

Generalities - 000

  • Encyclopedias

  • News media

  • Rare Books

Encyclopedias, References


Philosophy 100

Philosophy - 100

  • Paranormal phenomena

  • Psychology

  • Logic

Man thinks


Religion 200

Religion - 200

  • Bible

  • History of Christianity

  • Other Religions

About God


Social science 300

Social Science - 300

  • Law

  • Education

  • Folklore

About man’s neighbors


Language 400

Language - 400

  • English

  • Spanish

  • Other Languages

Man talks with other men


Natural science math 500

Natural Science & Math - 500

  • Mathematics

  • Earth sciences

  • Plants

  • Animals

Man discovers all that is around him


Technology 600

Technology – 600

  • Medicine

  • Agriculture

  • Family living

Man makes useful things


The arts 700

The Arts - 700

  • Drawing

  • Music

  • Recreational & performing arts

Man makes beautiful things


Literature 800

Literature - 800

  • American Literature

  • Old English Literature

  • Literatures of Other Languages

Man writes


Geography history 900

Geography & History - 900

  • Geography

  • Biographies

  • Ancient History

Man writes about

travel, people, and

events


Flashback what do you remember

Flashback! What Do You Remember?

  • Who created the Dewey Decimal Classification System?

  • What does the DDCS do for our library?

  • How many main classifications are there?

  • Where do you find the DDCS number on a library book?


Resources used

Resources Used…

All clipart taken fromthe Microsoft Clipart web site:

Information on the Dewey Decimal Classification taken from:

Weisburg, H. & Toor, R. Teacher’s Portfolio of Library Skills Lessons & Activities (1985). The Center for Applied Research in Education, Inc.

http://office.microsoft.com/clipart/default.aspx?lc=en-us&cag=1