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  1. 1. IL Skills : Location and access, Information seeking, and Use of information Lib skill/ topic: The Importance of Library and Internet I. Objectives At the end of the lesson, students are expected to: a. identify the importance of library and internet b. differentiates the advantages and disadvantages of library and internet; and c. use the library and internet effectively. II. Lesson Proper A. Priming - Teacher will show pictures that could be found in the library and internet then the students will identify the location of the objects shown in the picture ● Ask the students, “Do you consider Internet as a Library?” “Which do you prefer to use in making your assignments or researches? Library or Internet? B. Input (see discussion) C. Drill ● Students will be divided into 2 groups, Group 1 will be the “Library Group” while Group 2 will be the “Internet Group.” Guide Questions Group 1 1. What is the importance of the library? 2. Identify the reference sources found in the library? 3. What are the advantages of using the library for research? 4. What are the disadvantages of using the Internet for research? 5. Reflection Group 2 1. What is the importance of the Internet? 2. Identify the online sources found in the Internet 3. What are the advantages of using the Internet for research? 4. What are the disadvantages of using Library for research?
  2. 2. 5. Reflection Discussion DEFINITION LIBRARY ● A place set apart to contain books, periodicals and other material for reading, viewing, listening, studying and researching. It also serves as a room, set of rooms or building where books may be read or borrowed. INTERNET ● The internet, which is usually called “Net”, is a worldwide system of computer networks-- a network of networks in which users at any one computer can get information from any other computer if they have permission. THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF LIBRARY AND INTERNET ADVANTAGES OF USING THE INTERNET Currency Up-to-date news from around the world Convenience Accessible at home, work, or through a wireless device Electronic access Ability to download and edit text & images Ease of use Requires minimal computer skills DISADVANTAGES OF USING THE INTERNET Disorganized Conducting research often leads to non-productive searches No Standards
  3. 3. No process to check information for accuracy Costs Fees often charged for access to specialized information Unplanned Content often based on what is popular or profitable ADVANTAGES OF USING THE LIBRARY Organization Materials arranged by standardized classification system Assistance Help from library staff can improve quality of research Availability of historical items Libraries keep & preserve materials Collection management Libraries follow a planned program for acquisitions. DISADVANTAGES OF USING THE LIBRARY Hours of Operation The library is open only a set number of hours Time restrictions Checked-out materials must be returned III. Evaluation A. Pen/ Paper 1. Enumerate the advantages and disadvantages of using Internet. 2. Enumerate the advantages and disadvantages of using the library. B. Reflection
  4. 4. C. Project – Rubric Based IV. Feedback/ Anecdotal Record/ Teacher’s Comment Conclusion The debate over which method of research is better library or Internet is a difficult to decide upon. Some people find it easier to conduct their research in a library for two reasons. First, because they can physically search through a reference source instead of having to search it digitally and because they have access to a live person when they need help. On the contrary, some people are more comfortable working online when they are conducting research because it is more convenient and it produces quick results. Adding to these, there is one more set of people who like both methods of research. We live in the digital age where access in wide resources is just in your finger tip. For this reason, you might be thinking, "Cool, I don't have to go to the library. I can do all my research online." However, the Internet is not a substitute for the library. It's just a tool best used in addition to traditional research sources.