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Library Scope and Sequence Table

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Library and Information Skills PK-12
Scope and Sequence
                         Library Scope and Sequence Table      
    PK K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
I INFORMATION ACQUISITION                            
  A. Citizenship - Demonstrate appropriate behavior in the library and follow library rules x                      
  B. Locate and use important areas of the library media center x x              
  C. Library personnel x                    
  D. Library rules x                      
  E. Care of media x                      
  F. Library services x                          
  G. Circulation procedures x x              
  H. Access to online resources                      
  I. Identify public library and community resources x x              

J. Access to OPAC -understand basic electronic search strategies, including author, title, subject searches

x x              
II READING LITERACY                            
  A. Listen to stories and other texts read aloud x x                    
  B.  Read independently                
  C. Explore culturally diverse works of various authors and illustrators x x              
  D.  Self-select materials from a variety of literary formats for pleasure reading and/or to acquire information x x              
       1. Fiction                
       2. Anthologies                        
       3. Nonfiction                  
       4. Periodicals                      
       5. Poetry                      
       6. Electronic Texts/eBooks                  
       7. Newspapers                        
  E. Read or listen to, and recognize the distinguishing features and purpose of literature x x x              
       1.  Alphabet books x x                        
       2.  Biographies                        
       3.  Concept books x x                        
       4.  Counting books x x                        
       5.  Mother Goose rhymes x x                      
       6.  Picture books x x                      
       7.  Informational books   x                
       8.  Poetry x x x              
       9.  Realistic fiction                          
       10. Fables                      
       11. Fairy tales/different versions                    
       12. Folktales                    
       13. Horror                          
       14. Legends                          
       15. Myths                        
       16. Mystery                        
       17. Tall tales                          
       18. Autobiographies                        
       19. Fantasy/Science Fiction                        
       20. Historical fiction                        
       22. Classics                          
       23. Graphic novels                          
       24. Plays                          
       25. Short stories                          
       26. Essays                          
  F.  Explore works from award lists and recognize the significance of these awards x x              
       -TLA, ALA and other award lists x x                
  G. Explore works from recommended reading lists                             
       -TLA, ALA and other reading lists                        
  H. Understand how the author's point of view or perspective affects the text                        
  I. Explore connections to literature through cultural, historical, political, and social contexts                            
  J. Story Structure x x                
  K. Explore literature on customs, holidays, and celebrations x x                    
  L. Participate in various reading incentive programs                     
III Library Skills                            
  A. Identify and use the parts of a book                            
       1.  Title x x                      
       2.  Cover x x  x                      
       3.  Title Page x x  x                      
       4.  Spine x x                      
       5.  Call number x x                      
       6.  Table of contents x x                      
       7.  Copyright page                      
       8.  Glossary                      
       9.   Index                      
       10. Summary                        
       11. Appendix                        
       12. Preface                        
       13. Bibliography                            
       14. Footnotes/Endnotes                            
       15. Marginal Notes                            
       16. Identify: author, editor  illustrator, chapter titles, guide words x x              
  B.  Acquire library terminology x x              
       barcode, book return/drop, check out/check in, date due,                            
       overdue, shelf marker, spine label                            
  C. Recognize the organization and location of books   x              
       1. Easy   x                
       2. Non-fiction/Dewey Decimal classification/genre                    
       3. Biography                      
       4. Reference                          
       5. Fiction                      
       6. Story Collection                        
       7. Spanish                      
  A. Select and/or utilize appropriate media                            
       1. Books      x                    
       2. Periodicals (print and electronic)                      
       3. Computer software                         
       4. Videos (online digital, DVD, VHS, etc.)                        
       5. Online databases                        
       6. Ebooks                        
       7. Realia (Globes/Models)                         
       8. Internet                        
  B.  Identify and define problem for research or discussion   x              
  C. Generate ideas or relevant questions as a basis for inquiry/research   x              
  D.  Ask open-ended research questions and develop a research plan for answering them.                            
  E. Consider, select, and gather information from possible print and nonprint sources for use in the research process such as:   x                
       1. Determine differences between primary and secondary sources                            
       2. atlases, dictionaries (ex. Language-specific, visual, or biographical), encyclopedias (general or subject-specific), nonfiction books, periodicals                        
        3. digital and electronic sources (ex. Audiotapes, videotapes,     DVDs, eBooks, databases, etc.)   x x                
       4. Internet resources                      
       5. almanacs, thesuri, experts                        
       6. Specialized reference materials (ex. Travel books, handbooks, yearbooks, guides to literature, government documents, directories, etc.)                            

     7. Extract useful information from resources using keywords/Boolean 

    x x              
  F. Determine, locate, and explore the full range of relevant resources addressing a research question and systematically record the information gathered.                        
  G. Locate and use graphical information x x              
       1. charts, diagrams, graphs, illustrations, maps, photographs, timelines  x x              
  H. Analyze information for accuracy, authority, bias, date of information and relevance   x                
  I. Summarize and organize information from multiple resources                    
  J. Synthesize information from a variety of print and nonprint sources into a final product or presentation   x              
  K. Follow accepted format for documenting sources (citations)                        
  L. Demonstrate knowledge of copyright and fair use   x              
        1. Understand the seriousness of plagiarism and its consequences   x                      
  M. Draw conclusions from information gathered   x                      
  N.  Revise and edit research project as needed                            
  O. Evaluate problem solving process and final product based on specific research task or information need                      
  P. Use available technology to create research product and/or presentation, such as presentation software, digital camera, and video equipment     n/a n/a x                

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