These hands-on lessons for teaching the research process help you effectively teach information skills, while implementing current national information literacy standards. Stanley shares dozens of successful, collaboratively planned and taught research lessons. Field-tested activities, anecdotes, reproducible charts and templates, and research ideas all work together to transform the research process into manageable steps.The first example, Figure 8-6, was created for a unit with special education students who were able to handle the note card format but were ... Some students could barely read and write; indeed, they functioned at a lower level than upper- grade elementary students. ... to not aquot;dumb downaquot; the content of what is taught, we forged ahead with a unit on the biographies of famous African Americans.
|Title||:||Practical Steps to the Research Process for Middle School|
|Author||:||Deborah B. Stanley|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unlimited - 2000|