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Library Orientation 3rd-5th 2009


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Library orientation for returning students

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Library Orientation 3rd-5th 2009

  1. 1. Welcome Back, Bobcats! Library Orientation, 3 rd -5 th grades Benfer Elementary School Fall 2009 Adapted by Jamie Camp from a presentation by Marilyn Smith, Hassler Elementary School
  2. 2. Today is library day! I will turn my books in: on the red cart when I get to the library. on the cart in my mod, first thing in the morning. on the checkout desk in a stack.
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  4. 4. Yes! on library day, turn in your books on the cart in your mod before 8:30!
  5. 5. When my class enters the library, I should: sit down in a square on the rug & see what is planned today. run to the rug and push to get onto my favorite square. chat with my friends until someone tells me what to do.
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  7. 7. Great!
  8. 8. It’s library day, and I turned in 2 books. I want to keep my other book for a 2 nd check out. I should: leave it in my desk at library time—I can just tell Mrs. Laarman that I want to recheck it! bring it with me at library time. I’ll choose my other 2 books & then I’ll check out all my books at once. loudly tell Mrs. Laarman that she’s wrong when she says I have a book checked out.
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  10. 10. Right If you are not yet finished with a book, you can check it out a second time! Just bring it with you to the library, choose your other 2 books, and check them all out at once! Right!
  11. 11. When we come to the library, I see that the cart & projector are set up, so we may be using them today. I know that I should: sit in a chair at the round tables. not sit on the carpet. be careful not to sit behind the cart where I can’t see the screen.
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  13. 13. Exactly!
  14. 14. Mrs. Camp calls my name when she lists students who have an overdue book. I do not think I have a book checked out. I should: wave my hand and call, “But I turned it in!” go to the X when it’s time to look for books. I’ll ask Mrs. Laarman to check the computer for me. sit down at the magazine table & cry.
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  16. 16. Mrs. Laarman or Mrs. Camp can check on the computer to see what you have checked out. Don’t panic!  Yes!
  17. 17. It is time to check out books! Now, I should: walk to get a book buddy and use it properly while I look for an interesting book to read. choose 2 drawing books and an origami book, then walk silently to the checkout desk. browse CARLWeb for 15 minutes, and then… oh no ! I don’t have any time left to check out a book!
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  19. 19. Good! Use your book buddy to keep our books in order on the shelves!
  20. 20. I’ve found 3 cool books, and I am ready to check out. I know that now I should: look for a good book for my friend until it’s time to go. put up my book buddy and go quietly back to class. stand in line behind the X until it is my turn to check out.
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  22. 22. Check Out!
  23. 23. After I check out my books, we have 5 minutes left in the library. I know that I should: browse the shelves looking at books that I remember from second grade. use CARLWeb to search for a book that I might want to check out next week. sit in a chair at a table and enjoy my books quietly.
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  25. 25. Great!
  26. 26. Flickr photo: Focus on Books for Kids by Steve_C Photo: Bookshelf 2 by connect2jamie Image created on ImageChef Flickr photo: Leaving the Green Sector by bbaltimore Flickr photo: Tribute to the Books by Marielle
  27. 27. Photo: Langner’s Readers 2005 by connect2jamie Flickr photo: (unnamed) by ginnerobot Flickr photo: Interactive Interactive by Dan_Zen Flickr photo: Cat in the Hat by Dianecordell Photo: 3Books by connect2jamie