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Dewey Decimal System Posters. I can describe different categories. I can explain and show how they are used in the library. . Remember: You are going to find out more about 1 category. . Each GROUP is assigned a set of 100 (100 – 199, 200 – 299, 300 – 399, etc). Find your group. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Dewey decimal system posters

Dewey Decimal System Posters

  • I can describe different categories.

  • I can explain and show how they are used in the library.


Remember you are going to find out more about 1 category

Remember: You are going to find out more about 1 category.

  • Each GROUP is assigned a set of 100 (100 – 199, 200 – 299, 300 – 399, etc).

  • Find your group.

    • Then go look at that category of books.

    • What are they about? How could you show it on a poster? Pick a few books to help you with examples and drawings.

  • We will put the books in number order under the bulletin board to use next week.


Remember your poster should include

Remember: Your poster should include:

  • The number and the category

    • For example: Pure Sciences – 500 – 599 (2 points {.1 for numbers, 1 for category})

  • 10 pictures or sentences to describe your category.

    • Remember: you are trying to teach others about your category, make it easy to read and understand. Show examples to help others see what the category is about. (10 points)

  • An example of when you might need your category.

    • (1 point)


The end of posters

The End of Posters!!!

  • I would like for the posters to be finished today, so that we can start a new project next week.

  • Look at your checklist to see what you need to finish.


Checklist

Checklist

  • Use your checklist to check that are finished COMPLETELY.

  • Put the COMPLETED poster and your checklist in the orange box.

  • Make sure you have cleaned up around your table.

  • Please shelve the books you used, don’t just throw them on any shelf. Thank you.


After you have cleaned up

After you have cleaned up:

  • You may checkout.


Grading

Grading:

  • What you have finished by 10:45 am today will be what you are graded on.

  • Stay on task so that you complete your work.


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  • We will pass out the papers.

  • You may take scissors, glue, crayons, and rulers from the center table.

  • Also there is plain white paper – please take only what you need.

  • We are going to finish making our posters.

  • We are also going to checkout.


Agenda

Agenda

  • We will stop at 10:45 am.

  • We will clean up, put away the pencils/papers/scissors/glue/crayons, etc in the center.

  • Then we will check out quietly.

  • Remember in the library we are walking and whispering.