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Aug 7, 2013

My (FREE) Library Scope and Sequence


As I formed my Elementary Library Curriculum Map, I also created a document detailing the scope and sequence of the lessons. The library scope and sequence at Bay Port Blue Point UFSD was a great help in putting this together!

This document includes objectives, focus questions, and AASL Learning Standards correlations. Basically, the only things missing are the procedures and assessments. You can open it by clicking the image above or by clicking the following link:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6kS-iL3yF4MRjFFMjBaQjVadGs/edit?usp=sharing

My schedule may seem strange to you (described here), and it requires a more succinct set of essential lessons than what most of us may be accustomed to. No matter, I hope it blesses someone out there!

Please forgive any errors you find and alert me to them. Also, please contact me with any questions you may have or if you'd like for me to email the original Word document to you so you can edit it to suit your needs.


Yours Happily Ever After, 
 

5 comments :

  1. I LOVE this! As a new Media Technology Specialist this has been a great help to me. Thank you for sharing!! One question: what is BARK (appropriate library behavior)?

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  2. BARK was our school's acronym for our behavior motto. Sorry - I didn't realize that was on there :)

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  3. Just curious...what does it stand for? I need something catchy for my school.

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  4. Well, it could be anything that follows this pattern... Be ____, Act ____, Respect (Responsibility or any other "R" character trait), and Kindness (or any other "K" character trait)

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  5. Hello! I was wondering if I could still get this document in Word? I am from a very small district and am on my own! I would love something like this to help guide me!

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