Second Grade Nest: Open Library Research Hour

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Open Library Research Hour


We started flexible library scheduling this quarter and I love it!! We have been a few times for nonfiction books, Destiny catalog introduction, and MLK research.

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Yesterday, we went to the library to wrap up our sun, moon, heat unit that we did for the last week. Their jobs were to use the Destiny catalog to find nonfiction books about our topics, then use online encyclopedias to find 3 facts about the sun.

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block
Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block
Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block


My students used these two graphic organizers that I made.
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Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

Using our open library hours to incorporate research in the ELA block- learn how you can tie research into your ELA block

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7mjRwFty62LR1pUN2E1UGJmTVk/edit?usp=sharing

1 comment:

  1. WOW...young researchers hard at work! Your students are very fortunate and blessed! Can't wait to hear about the final results!

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