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Hope you enjoy this FREE item! :) This presentation defines "biography" and "autobiography," and it explains the 10 elements of a biography. I typically have several biographies/autobiographies on display as I give this presentation, plus show students how to search in the card catalog for biographi
With cute argyle and plaid backgrounds, this 156-slide presentation defines and gives eye-catching examples for each section of the Dewey Decimal System. It could be shown as a presentation or could simply be displayed as a slideshow in your library. I loop mine throughout the day (just change the
PowerPoint presentation about Reference Materials: Dictionary Encyclopedia Atlas Almanac Thesaurus
1/2 sheet handout on how to use parenthetic citation (adding quotes to a research paper). The handout describes the format of an MLA citation/quote, what to include in the citation, and a detailed example.
This 32-slide PowerPoint introduces students to how a library works for conducting research. It includes the "history" of doing research via card catalogs and continues through the current trend of locating materials through a library's websites and databases. I used this with my students prior to t
A "How To" Hand-out for students on making a MLA format Works Cited Page. Includes directions and examples of website, dictionary and interview citations.
This PowerPoint presentation is designed to describe the difference between primary, secondary and tertiary sources. The presentation has a description and examples of each type of resource. I have included two events in history, the civil rights movement and the sinking of the Titanic. Each event i
This power point is geared for librarians but can easily be adapted for any disciplin. The presentation provided strategies to help engage and include all learners.
A Powerpoint Presentation on using the Card Catalog. This presentation is designed around Alexandria but can be adapted for any library system.
(If you like this free product, I would love for you to rate it!) Fake news has been making headlines a great deal recently. While there are many lessons out there showing students how to spot false information when they see it, there aren’t many lessons explaining how to avoid fake news in the f
The link below will take you to a Google slideshow about Media Literacy. It is a 40 minute presentation for middle and high school students about evaluating news sources. Fake news vs. biased news is covered. You are free to use or modify this presentation, but please make a copy for yourself fir
This presentation is a good tool to use when trying to introduce the concept of Science Fiction to students. It explains the definition of science fiction and provide ways for students to understand how science fiction applies to the overall structure of a story.
I created this power point because students come to the library not knowing what the numbers on the sides of the books are. So, I decided to show them why the Dewey Decimal system is so important in the library or else every library would be a mess. Who know how we would find books if it weren't for
A Powerpoint on Genre focusing on genres of fiction. Genre notes that students fill out while watching the presentation are also available separately. I also have a Genre Analysis chart, Genre Brochure Assignment and a Genre quiz listed which are all part of this unit.
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A Powerpoint presentation on teaching Library call numbers. There is a Notes assignment listed separately that goes along with this Powerpoint.
You can put this in your library section.
A quick primer that demonstrates and explains the purpose of taking good notes.
What makes a website "good"? What questions should you ask when searching the Internet?
Do your students need a crash course on sources in history? Having difficulty devising a way to emphasize the importance of reliable work through interactive activities? This is the lesson for you. This lesson was created with the intention of teaching students the three classifications of sources
Explore digital citizenship with high school students and review the digital citizenship contract.
An Introduction to TPT-ians This is a practical guide to the study of Book Summary with example. The e-book can be read separately or dipped into for information or guidance. I shall be happy if the e-book comes to help the students / teachers and the researchers for whom it is written. Ardhendu De
This is a basic PowerPoint on Information Retrieval to help guide teachers, librarians and professors in their introduction of the ISAEC method of Information Retrieval to students. Explains and asks guiding questions through research by introducing ISAEC: I - Identify; S - Select; A - Acquire; E-
A presentation to explain the differences and pros/cons to using Google and Google Scholar for research.

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