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    • SCHOOL LIBRARIES AND GRADE LEVELS Gloria Powell gloriajpowell@gmail.com October 6, 2013
    • The Purpose of School Libraries School Libraries and Grade Levels Purpose 1: To foster a love for reading that promotes motivated readers and learners for life Purpose 2: To provide a wide range of books and multimedia 10/6/2013
    • But What About the Fun? School Libraries and Grade Levels While fostering a love of reading, promoting teaching and learning, and providing a diversity of resources are Some of the most important aspects of the school library, there are a few more things that most the children would like us to keep in mind… 10/6/2013
    • Kindergarten School Libraries and Grade Levels In addition to basic library rules and book checkout, kindergarteners may be interested in • Board Games • Physical Games, like hot potato or hokey pokey, to “get the wiggles out” • Reading and Storytelling • Educational Television • Coloring 10/6/2013
    • 1st and 2nd Grades School Libraries and Grade Levels In addition to book checkout and library rules, 1st and 2nd graders may be interested in: • Reading and Storytelling • Board Games • Physical games • Coloring and Puzzles • Educational Television 10/6/2013
    • 3rd and 4th Grades School Libraries and Grade Levels In addition to book checkout and returns and library rules, 3rd and 4th grades may be interested in • Learning to Shelving Their Own Books • Board Games • Storytelling and Listening to Classmates’ Stories • Independent Reading • Listening to Books on Tape/CD 10/6/2013
    • 5th and 6th Grades School Libraries and Grade Levels In addition to book check-in and checkout and library rules, 5th and 6th graders may be interested in: • Independent Reading • Board Games •Learning to Shelve Their Own Books •Learning About Various Multimedia Resources • Learning the Dewey Decimal System 10/6/2013
    • Middle School Students School Libraries and Grade Levels 7th and 8th grade students may also be interested in the same things as 6th graders. In addition, their interests and understanding is rapidly expanding. They may also be interested in:  Learning to Repair Books  Learning About the History of the Library  Volunteer Work in the Library  Computer and Paper research for projects and papers  Learning About Software Programs, like Microsoft 10/6/2013
    • High School Students School Libraries and Grade Levels  High school students get much less time in the library, so their “fun” is limited  The library is still an extremely useful resource for these teens  High school age children are more likely to need the library for research papers and projects, as well as more in depth learning about computer software programs, online interests, such as blogs and glogs, and online search techniques. 10/6/2013
    • School Libraries and Grade Levels Thank you all for your time and attention. 10/6/2013