Building Blocks of Citizenship--Let's Build a Library

Paczynski, Julie
April 2008
School Library Media Activities Monthly;Apr2008, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p16
The article presents a social studies curriculum for grade two students. The objectives of information literacy skills are identified. Instructional roles for the teacher and the library media specialist are included. An overview of activities and procedures for the completion of this course is offered.


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