Elementary versus middle school

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Elementary versus middle school

  1. 1. Library version!ELEMENTARY VERSUS MIDDLESCHOOL
  2. 2. Visiting the library…Elementary School: Middle School: You went to the library  Your literature class will with your class, probably visit the library every the same day every week. OTHER week.  If you want to come to the library , SPEAK UP! If you need to come, your literature teacher is your best bet.  The library is open 7:45- 3:45 every day.
  3. 3. You can also visit thelibrary before or after school!
  4. 4. Before school… We open at 7:45 AM You need a pass from me or from any teacher Computers and printers are for school work only (no online games) You can also checkout, read quietly, play chess, checkers, or cards (I have them in the library), or do homework/study If you want to talk loudly with a large group of friends, it’s better if you stay in the cafeteria
  5. 5. After school We are open until 3:45 every day. You do not need a pass after school. Do not miss your bus!
  6. 6. Late booksIn elementary school… In middle school… If your book was late, you  You still cannot get a new could not get a new one book if you have a late until you returned the late book, plus… book.  Late books cost 5 cents per day, per book.  You cannot check out at all if your total fine is more than 50 cents. You must pay your fines to check out.
  7. 7. Let’s do the math…You have 2 books checked out: Both books are three days late Late fee is 5 cents per day, per book What is the total fine? • 3 days late X 5 cents per day= 15 cents late fee • You have 2 late books (X 2) • =30 cents late fee
  8. 8. Library sorted by GENREWhat is genre?  We have 14 genres in our library (mostly fiction books)  Helps make it easier to find the books you like (they are all together in one place)  Helps you find new books you might like—great if you don’t know what book you want

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