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Ideal School Elementary Curriculum

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Subject:  Library Science

 

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FIFTH GRADE

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Weekly library period, and with teacher’s help, select books to be read in school and at home

Weekly library period, and with teacher’s help, select books to be read in school and at home

Children are scheduled for 45 minutes a week of instruction in library science.  Activities include learning how the library is organized and how to access information in printed as well as electronic sources.

Children are scheduled for 45 minutes a week of instruction in library science.  Activities include learning how the library is organized and how to access information in printed as well as electronic sources.

Children are scheduled for 45 minutes a week of instruction in library science.  Activities include learning how the library is organized and how to access information in printed as well as electronic sources.

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Students are encouraged to develop an appreciation for good literature through exposure to a variety of children’s authors and illustrators.

Students are encouraged to develop an appreciation for good literature through exposure to a variety of children’s authors and illustrators.

 

 

 

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Story-time activities include not only printed material but other media including art reproductions,  music, puppets, shadow-box figures, finger plays and physical activities.  Media variation enables the child to assimilate information from different sources.

Story-time activities include not only printed material but other media including art reproductions, music, puppets, shadow-box figures, finger plays and physical activities.  Media variation enables the child to assimilate information from different sources.

 

 

 

 

  1. Discovery of knowledge through a variety media
  2. Find, organize, and analyze information
  3. Appreciate good literature sources such as print, video, talking books, on line books
  4. Develop life-long reading habits that promote literacy and verbal command of the language
  5. Develop resource processes for on line and library research
  6. Develop sense of citizenship and belonging to a community
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