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  • LIBRARY SKILLS
  • 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt PARTS OF A BOOK DEWEY SYSTEM RESEARCH CATALOG LIBRARY VOCABULARY
  • Parts of a Book – 5 Points
    • It holds the pages of the book
    • together or if you don’t have one
    • you’ll be a
  • What is….? S E P I N
  • Found in the end of the book and a list of words in alphabetical order with definitions Parts of a Book – 10 Points
  • What is….? Dictionary Glossary Index Cover Appendix Title Page
  • Parts of a Book – 15 Points The first page of the book. It tells you the name of the book, the author and the illustrator. It also tell you who published the book.
  • What is …?
  • A listing that helps you to find the names of the chapters of the book and the page number where each chapter begins. Parts of a Book – 20 Points
  • What is …? Dictionary Contents Appendix
  • Parts of a Book – 25 Points It tells you the names of the topics listed in alphabetical order within the book and lists the pages where that topic is discussed.
  • What is …? Larva, 91-101                       Neptune, 240 Leopards, 44                         Nutrition, 287-302 Lever, 26-30                            food groups, 290 Machines, 212-239               Oil, 256    compound 212-214            Oxygen, 341    pulleys, 214-215   simple, 217-225 Mammals, 43-46                    Planets, 337-349 Matter,  150-164                   Pollution, 257,261     chemical change, 150        Precipitation, 321     states of, 159-163             Pulleys, 214-215 Glossary Index Title Page
  • Dewey System – 5 Points
    • It is a way to give
    • numbers to library
    • books so that we can
    • find them easily. He
    • is a librarian with
    • the First name of
    • Melvil.
  • Who is …? D _ W _ Y
  • Dewey System – 10 Points FINE ART AND RECREATION or (ARTS)
  • What is …? 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
  • Dewey System – 15 Points Pure Science
  • What is …? 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
  • Literature Dewey System – 20 Points
  • What is …? 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
  • Dewey System – 25 Points
    • History
    • Famous People
    • Ancient Civilizations
    • Travel
    • Places around the World
  • Link to learn more about the Dewey Classification System What is …? 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900
  • Research – 5 Points A general list of the sources that you used to write your research paper
  • What is …? Bibliography Biography footnotes
  • Research – 10 Points Finding current articles is an important part of the research process
  • What is …? ATLAS Newspaper Magazines journals
  • Research – 15 Points Use this type of reference material for background and general information
  • What is …? Atlas Encyclopedia dictionary almanac
  • Research – 20 Points This reference material list all sorts of information, from weather to what time the sun rises and sets to information about places around the world.
  • What is …? Atlas Encyclopedia dictionary almanac
  • Research – 25 Points Use this reference source for maps and detailed profiles of all 192 countries and the 50 U.S. states.
  • What is …? Atlas Encyclopedia dictionary almanac
  • Catalog – 5 Points
    • A group of numbers or letters that
    • tells you where to find the book in
    • the library. It may have numbers or
    • letters. It may even have both
    • numbers and letters
  • What is…? Not only #s Can be Letters only
  • Catalog – 10 Points PAC
  • What is …? PAC
  • Catalog – 15 Points Terms that describe what the book is about
  • What is …? AUTHOR TITLE SUBJECT
  • Catalog – 20 Points Basic Boolean terms
  • What is …? AND OR NOT “ +
  • Catalog – 25 Points Search by the important words
  • What is …? Link for more information on Parts of a Book topics headings Keywords subject
  • Library Vocabulary- 5 Points
    • A type of books with stories that
    • are made up by the author and are
    • not true.
  • What is …? Fiction NON Fiction Biography Easy books
  • Library Vocabulary – 10 Points
    • A type of books that are true and
    • give you information about all
    • kinds of things.
  • What is …? Fiction NON Fiction Biography Easy books
  • Library Vocabulary – 15 Points
    • The company that makes the
    • book after it has been written
    • and illustrated.
  • What is …? P U B L I S H E R
  • Library Vocabulary- 20 Points Gazetteer
  • What is …?
  • Written by the Author on his and her life story Library Vocabulary- 25 Points
  • What is …?