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VanHoeck ALA Poster

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Poster presented by Michele Van Hoeck at American Library Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, 2011, at session titled "Bringing the Immersion Program Back Home." Photo of Ken Bain by BYU-Idaho

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  1. 1. STORIES ARE... CHARACTER & CONFLICT. STORIES PERSONALIZE INSTRUCTION AND MAKE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN CONCEPTS. “…use stories to   “…use story telling language,  “…present an intriguing  “…speak conversa onally The Backstory…   s mulate discussion.”  ...to bring their listeners   ques on or problem,  with a sense of  Immersion 2010 participants read a inside the material.”  some mes embedded  the drama c.” chapter from Ken Bain’s What the Best in a story.”  College Teachers Do. Bain identifies thetraits and practices shared by Michele Van Hoeck outstanding instructors. Cal Mari me Library The reading inspired me to create alesson plan based on a true story, to WHERE DO INFO LITdefine information literacy. STORIES COME FROM? CONVERSATIONS, MEDIA,I enjoyed telling the story and saw it got VEGETABLE BOXES... I.E.my students’ attention. I continued to use EVERYWHERE! YOU JUSTrelevant anecdotes and improvised NEED TO PAY ATTENTION. Plagiarism  Difference between   Define Informa on Literacy  Primary vs. Secondary stories to illustrate information literacy (5 minutes)  newspaper blog and op‐ed  (8 minutes)  Annotated Bibliographies concepts throughout the semester. (3 minutes)  (5‐15 minutes) 

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