Library at the Lake Mr. Zuke. Welcome!. Week # 2 Reading for Pleasure and Insight. Alignments to National Standards (AASL). 4.1.4 Seek information for personal learning in a variety of formats and genres. 4.a Use readers’ advisory technologies and awards to find reading materials.
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Reading for Pleasure and Insight
4.1.4 Seek information for personal learning in a variety of formats and genres.
4.a Use readers’ advisory technologies and awards tofind reading materials.
4.b Choose materials independently.
When you’re in, you stay in. When you leave—you leave.
Avoid all body contact.
Persons with social intelligence:
For ten minutes, we are going to become more socially intelligent by learning about popular young adult titles at the public library.
Then we’re going to plug in to cyberspace and review how to use the online catalog for this library so we can put our hands on these literary gems.
Enoch Pratt Free Library
Conduct a title search..
Skim here to be sure our school has the book.
Here’s where the book will be on the shelf. Ask the librarian if you need help.
Find our school in the listing.
NOTE: This will probably not be the only book with this label, so look at the title as well as the call number label.
The Library of Congress is the nation’s library. It contains two copies of most books that have ever been printed, and is the largest library in the world. This is where we get Library of Congress cataloging from. Remember last week?
Although you’ll probably never check a book out of the Library of Congress—most people aren’t allowed to—you should check out their extensive online holdings of digitized books, pictures, and music.
Lots to see and do! Click around!
This monument is still downtown, but look in the background. The court house and the post office surround this monument today. When the picture was taken in 1846, there were only houses nearby.