Teaching reference sources in your library or classroom? Try these task cards!
This bundle includes color-coded task cards for the five most popular reference sources:
There are 16 task cards for each reference source, for a total of 80 cards! Each reference set includes four blank cards (not editable online due to clip art restrictions, but you can type questions in Word and paste them onto the cards before laminating.)
Each set has a color-coded
You can concentrate on one reference source at a time (keep in mind there are 16 cards for each), or mix it up! The cards are numbered from 1-80 throughout, not re-numbered for each set.
The cards are worded: “using a print or online encyclopedia, etc.” It is up to the teacher or librarian to tell the students which kind to use. You may have print dictionaries ready at hand, but only online encyclopedias. Spot check your own references first. For example, the print version of Roget’s Children’s Thesaurus features antonyms as well as synonyms. The free site “Fact Monster” does not have antonyms in its thesaurus, but the free site “Dictionary.com” does.
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