BadgerLink and Common Core WEMTA 2013


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This is the powerpoint to the 2013 WEMTA Conference. The presentation is about how to find resources that support Common Core in BadgerLink and was given on April 8, 2013.

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    1. 1. WEMTAApril 8, 2013
    2. 2. Kara RipleyReference and BadgerLink Training Librarian608-224-6165888.542.5543 #5kara.ripley@dpi.wi.govPowerpoint available:
    3. 3.  Pedagogical Shifts ◦ Balance informational and literary reading ◦ Emphasize reading in many K–12 disciplines ◦ Require knowledge and direct consideration of the text ◦ Implementation of technology in the classroom ◦ Focus on independently directed research projects
    4. 4.  Independent Text Supplemental Text Instructional Text Multimedia
    5. 5.  Students reading at their independent level ◦ Lexile Searching in EBSCO ◦ Encyclopædia Britannica ◦ NoveList
    6. 6.  Switch between reading levels Articles, Images, Videos, Dictionary, Magazines, Web’s Best Sites, Primary Sources & Ebooks, and Study Guides Interactive Lessons, Visual Learning, Manipulative Learning games and activities
    7. 7.  Building background knowledge ◦ Access NewspaperARCHIVE ◦ Encyclopædia Britannica ◦ Book Collection NonFiction Elementary School Edition, High School Edition, and Middle School Edition ◦ MasterFILE Premier (or other EBSCO databases) ◦ Student Research Center (or other EBSCO interfaces) Creating Text Sets ◦ NoveList ◦
    8. 8.  Lexile/Grade level suggestion Book reviews and descriptions Book suggestions and read-a-likes Book Lists
    9. 9.  Literary Text ◦ Literary Reference Center ◦ LitFINDER Informational Text ◦ Encyclopædia Britannica ◦ MasterFILE Premier ◦ Student Research Center
    10. 10.  Easy search options ◦ Resource Type ◦ Lexile
    11. 11.  Digital Science Online Encyclopædia Britannica Soundzabound Student Research Center Wisconsin Media Lab
    12. 12.  Videos for K-12 education Varying length Voted on by educators
    13. 13.  Encyclopædia Britannica ◦ From the home page you can access primary source and E- Books LitFINDER ◦ Access to full text literary and historic documents EBSCO Interfaces and Databases ◦ Access to nearly 57,000 historical documents
    14. 14. Original copy of theRI.11-12.9. Analyze Constitution of theseventeenth-, eighteenth-, and United States of America,nineteenth-century housed in the Nationalfoundational U.S. documents of Archives in Washington,historical and literary D.C.significance (including TheDeclaration of Independence,the Preamble to the From EncyclopædiaConstitution, the Bill of Rights, Britannicaand Lincoln’s Second Inaugural for their themes, art-94293purposes, and rhetoricalfeatures
    15. 15. O, SAY, can you see by the dawns early lightWhat so proudly we hailed at the twilights last gleaming? --Whose broad stripes and bright stars, through the clouds of the fightOer the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming!And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air,Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there;O! say, does that star-spangled banner yet waveOer the land of the free, and the home of the brave?On that shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep,Where the foes haughty host in dread silence reposes, RH.9-10.4. Determine theWhat is that which the breeze, oer the towering steep, The Star-Spangled Banner 1814 meaning of words and phrasesAs it fitfully blows, now conceals, now discloses?Now it catches the gleam of the mornings first beam, by Francis Scott Key as they are used in a text,In full glory reflected now shines on the stream;T is the star-spangled banner! O, long may it wave including vocabulary describingOer the land of the free, and the home of the brave! political, social, or economic From LitFINDERAnd where is that band who so vauntingly sworeThat the havoc ofof history/social aspects war and the battles confusion home and a country should leave us no more? science.Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps pollution. %7CLTF0000362447WK&v=2.1&u=badgerlNo refuge could save the hireling and slaveFrom the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave; ink&it=r&p=LITF&sw=wAnd the star-spangled banner in triumph doth waveOer the land of the free, and the home of the brave!O! thus be it ever, when freemen shall standBetween their loved homes and the wars desolation!Blest with victry and peace, may the Heaven- rescued landPraise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,And this be our motto. "In God is our trust:"And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall waveOer the land of the free, and the home of the brave.
    16. 16.  EBSCOhost Interfaces ◦ History Reference Center, Kids Search, Literary Reference Center, Science Reference Center, Searchasaurus, Student Research Center ◦ Designed for specific audience with access to powerful information MasterFILE Premier (EBSCO) ◦ Full text to nearly 1700 periodicals, covering almost all topics
    17. 17. The article focuses on the damage done by Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane slammed into the coast of the Gulf of Mexico with 145- mile-per-hour winds, torrential rains, and a record-breaking 30-RI.8.9. Analyze a case in which foot storm surge. Katrina floodedtwo or more texts provide and leveled towns in Louisiana,conflicting information on the Mississippi, Alabama and Florida,same topic and identify where taking thousands of lives.the texts disagree on matters offact or interpretation. From Student Research Center: aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cooki e,ip,cpid&custid=s7324964&db=ulh &AN=18323286&site=src- live&scope=site
    18. 18.  EBSCO ◦ Includes 3 video collections: Science Video Collection, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, Medical Video & Animation Collection ECB VideoLink ◦ The Wisconsin Hometown Stories series includes many images and oral histories of the early Wisconsin experience Encyclopædia Britannica ◦ Includes images as well as clips and extended play videos
    19. 19. On May 20, 1864, James Gardner, one of Mathew Bradys field photographers, recorded this image of Union soldiers who had been wounded earlier thatSL.9-10.5. Make strategic use ofdigital media (e.g., textual, month in the Battle of thegraphical, audio, visual, and Wilderness nearinteractive elements) in Fredericksburg, Va.presentations to enhanceunderstanding of findings, From Encyclopædia Britannica:reasoning, and evidence and toadd interest. 161740
    20. 20. Chernobyl Disaster – 1986 On April 26,1986, the worst accident in the history of commercial nuclear power production occurred at the Soviet Unions Chernobyl plantSL.6.5. Include multimedia approximately eighty milescomponents (e.g., graphics, north of the city of Kiev.images, music, sound) andvisual displays in presentationsto clarify information. From History Reference Center: gin.aspx?direct=true&AuthType =cookie,ip,cpid&custid=s73249 64&db=vih&AN=2252&site=eh ost-live&scope=site
    21. 21.  Check WEMTA listserv for a survey about new layout and features!
    22. 22. Facebook Searching tips, content update, highlights relevant content, interact with community Friend or follow us, share or retweet our content!
    23. 23.  Closed, moderated list To join send a message to: Click on “Email List” from BadgerLink Homepage BadgerLink also posts content onWEMTA, WiPK-12, and other listservs
    24. 24.  20-40 minute live training webinars Divided into thematic seasons Each session covers one resource, database, or interface Archived on BadgerLink website:
    25. 25.  BadgerLunch Noon Thursdays: content designed for everyone ◦ Suggest a topic! BadgerLatté 3:30 PM Thursdays: content designed for educators ◦ Suggest a topic or a new time!
    26. 26.  Request BadgerLink trainings for your school or library Trainings can cover:• How to search • Finding Multimedia in BadgerLink! BadgerLink• Reader’s Advisory • Suggest a new topic• Using BadgerLink in you are interested in the classroom exploring!
    27. 27.  Download and print: Request bookmarks and posters by mail
    28. 28. Kara RipleyReference and BadgerLink Training Librarian608-224-6165888.542.5543 #5kara.ripley@dpi.wi.govPowerpoint available: