The purpose of this page is to provide instructional support to teachers. This support may include providing information to assist teachers with the incorporation of educational in the classroom as well as offering resources for the Common Core Standards. The library exists as a resource to help teachers engage students in learning and increase student achievement.
Using Primary Sources in the Curriculum:
The Library of Congress offers many Common Core Lesson plans that incorporate primary source materials to help teachers meet the new literacy standards. Please take a moment to search their site to see if there are some primary sources that can be integrated into your lessons.
Literacy Standards across the Curriculum
With the new CCCSS standards, literacy is all around us. Your library has been working to help teachers meet the literacy standards across disciplines. Check out our Gooru collections, literacy and research lesson plans, academic vocabulary , and resource lists.
- Gooru Collections
- Genetic Engineering Literacy Unit
- Education Research Project
- Hero Digital Annotations Slides
- Digital Annotation Handout
- Academic Vocabulary PPT
- Resource List for World History
If you have ideas or need assistance with curriculum development as it relates to research, writing, information literacy, reading, or the California Common Core Literacy Standards, feel free to contact Mrs. Brook.
Research Process Videos for the Flipped Classroom
Access the video links below to provide an introduction to your students on various aspects of the research process. Have them watch the video at home, conduct some research on the topic, and collaborate in groups to explain or apply that specific element of the research process.
Developing a Research ?
Library Organization: Locating Books
Evaluating Sources: The CRAP Test
Why We Cite Sources
The Punishable Perils of Plagiarism
Works Cited Page - EasyBib