Curriculum Connection
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Dive into a deep archive of curriculum resources to help you bolster your students' learning in the library. SLC's Curriculum Connection page houses lesson plans and activities written by librarians for librarians to help you engage students, address standards, collaborate with teachers, and continue evolving your practice. Learn best practices and strategies for teaching in the library. Click on "Read More" for access to the lesson plans around this month's theme, and use the search bar below to find ready-to-go and easily adapted activities to use in your library, no matter the subject, grade levels, or theme you're addressing with your students today.
Elementary School
Introducing Graphical Literacy in the Library
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Students need a variety of literacies to understand information and communicate what they know. One of those is graphical literacy: the ability to read, write, and create graphs and charts. By building students' literacy around where, when, and why graphs are most useful–as well as helping them to interpret, and respond to, the graphs' information—we can broaden their overall source literacy.

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Students need a variety of literacies to understand information and communicate what they know. One of those is graphical literacy: the ability to read, write, and create graphs and charts. By building students' literacy around where, when, and why graphs are most useful–as well as helping them to interpret, and respond to, the graphs' information—we can broaden their overall source literacy.

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Middle & High School
"Where Do Your Ideas End and Mine Begin?": Navigating the Boundaries...
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It's getting tougher and tougher to teach students how to avoid plagiarism, it seems. So much information is available at the swipe of a fingertip, and so much of that information has already gone through numerous pipelines before we even receive it. Classroom teachers and librarians can collaborate to help students learn to identify, understand, and avoid plagiarism with a few key activities.

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It's getting tougher and tougher to teach students how to avoid plagiarism, it seems. So much information is available at the swipe of a fingertip, and so much of that information has already gone through numerous pipelines before we even receive it. Classroom teachers and librarians can collaborate to help students learn to identify, understand, and avoid plagiarism with a few key activities.

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