[library-media] Scope and Sequence for Library Media CoreCurriculum

Fawn Morgan fmorgan at dsdmail.net
Tue Nov 3 10:17:05 MST 2009

Techniques for searching can also be organized simple to complex.  For example: using a table of contents first, index or keyword second, subjects broad and narrow third, Boolean and phrases fourth.  
Layton High

>>> "Christine McFarland" <McFarlandC at ogdensd.org> 11/3/2009 8:18 AM >>>
That is a great idea. Sometimes when introducing  sources and citing, I start with using a form or list, but later on, the teachers usually require cards and  more detailed information.  While the procedures or steps are the same, the end results are usually more complex as the student matures.

Just an idea.
Mound Fort Junior High

Christine McFarland
Media Specialist
Mound Fort Junior High School

>>> "Fawn Morgan" <fmorgan at dsdmail.net> 11/2/2009 4:52 pm >>>
Could we apply scope and sequence for the order in which specific types of resources are introduced?  Although, we teach the same steps for research on all levels, younger students learn how to use encyclopedias fairly early and older students learn to find peer-reviewed scholarly journals fairly late.

Layton High

>>> Diana Hanke <dhanke at dcsd.org> 11/2/2009 12:44 PM >>>

We just started working on scope and sequence in Duchesne School District
last Friday.  We found it very difficult to scope and sequence the Library
Media Core for 7 - 12 as it is now written.  I would appreciate any insight
that you receive from the group.

Diana Hanke
DCSD Library Media Supervisor
dhanke at dcsd.org 

On 10/23/09 9:02 AM, "Marianne Bates" <Marianne.Bates at canyonsdistrict.org>

> Hi librarians,
> Have any of you developed a scope and sequence 7-12 for the library-media
> core?  I am looking for ideas to help me (and our district), and I thought
> that rather than reinvent the wheel, I would see if anyone had already gone
> through this process.  I'm just wondering if anyone has attempted to determine
> which objectives are better suited to the high school curriculum, which
> objectives should definitely be taught in middle school-junior high school,
> and which objectives should be shared.
> Thanks for your help!
> Marianne F. Bates
> Library-Media Teacher
> Albion Middle School Library
> marianne.bates at canyonsdistrict.org 
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