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Information Literacy Inservice  

This is the LibGuide used by the District 181 Media Resource Directors for our inservice training for middle school teachers.
Last Updated: Oct 22, 2012 URL: http://libguides.d181.org/ISLMA Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Three Information Literacy Skills

Step 1: Access Information

Access information efficiently and effectively to inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge.

Step 2: Evaluate Information

Evaluate information critically and competently to draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situation, and create new knowledge.

Step 3: Use Information

Use information accurately, creatively, and ethically to share knowledge.

 

 

6th Grade

Cross-Curricular Concepts for Study

CHMS

Identity/Change

Mysteries: Inferencing Detectives

Relationships

Justice/Honor

HMS

Change

Heroism

Relationships

Justice/Honor

Middle School Online Resources

 

7th Grade

Cross-Curricular Concepts for Study

CHMS

Conflict

Survival

Survival/Diversity

Diversity

HMS

Conflict

Diversity

Survival

Identity

Essential Questions

 

  • Essential Questions
    General guidelines and examples of essential questions in major subject areas included.
  • Drafting Essential Questions
    Worksheet with examples of essential questions with space provided to adapt questions or write new ones.
  • Writing Essential Questions
    Website includes information on how to write essential questions, examples, and a checklist to evaluate your essential question.
 

8th Grade

Cross-Curricular Concepts for Study 

CHMS

Challenges and Consequences

Historical Perspective

Facing History

Coming of Age

HMS

Choices and Consequences

Extraordinary Occurrences

Identity

Coming of Age

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