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1 By Judy South & Cathy Toney

2  We don’t just read books anymore.  We don’t just check in and out books.  We don’t sit behind the check out counter and say, Shhhhhhhh!  Our libraries are media centers.  Our lesson plans must include SLEs from the state frameworks.  Arkansas Library Media Framework Arkansas Library Media Framework  Conway Library Media Center Pacing Guide Conway Library Media Center Pacing Guide  Sallie Cone Media Center Website:

3 THE GOAL FOR EACH STUDENT IS PROFICIENCY IN ALL REQUIREMENTS AT CURRENT AND PREVIOUS GRADES. KindergartenGrade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4 OrganizeA.3.K.1 Use graphic organizers to record and synthesize information, with guidance A.3.K.2 Respect and follow copyright laws (e.g., intellectual property rights) A Use graphic organizers to record and synthesize information, with guidance A Respect and follow copyright laws (e.g., intellectual property rights) A Use organizational strategies to record and synthesize information A Respect and follow copyright laws (e.g., intellectual property rights) A Use organizational strategies to record and synthesize information A Respect and follow copyright laws (e.g., intellectual property rights) A Use organizational strategies to record and synthesize information A Respect and follow copyright laws (e.g., intellectual property rights) Strand: Application Standard 3: Organize Students shall apply critical thinking skills and organize information to obtain knowledge.

4 19Jan 11-15: Application Organize A.3.K.1 Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information with guidance : Application Organize A Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information with guidance : Application Organize A Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information : Application Organize A Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information : Application Organize A Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information 20Jan (18)- 22 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr : Application Collaborate A.5.K.2 Collaborate responsibility to solve problems. : Application Collaborate A Collaborate responsibility to solve problems. : Application Collaborate A Collaborate responsibility to solve problems. : Application Collaborate A Collaborate responsibility to solve problems. : Application Collaborate A Collaborate responsibility to solve problems.

5 Time-Grade-ClassSLEProcedure 9:45-10:05 Parham (K) : Connection Read C.7.K.3 Read for pleasure Read the books Diary of a Fly, and Pink Refrigerator. Students only here for an extra 20 minutes each week. 10:05-10:25 Sutterfield (K) : Connection Read C.7.K.3 Read for pleasure Read the books Diary of a Fly, and Pink Refrigerator. Students only here for an extra 20 minutes each week. 10:25-11:05 Hendrix (4) : Application Organize A Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information Discuss the different sources on the table: Encyclopedia, Dictionary, and Thesaurus. What is the purpose for each? Use a three column chart, ask some questions for the students to decide which source to use. Read chapters 5 & 6 in Sideway stories from. 12:55-1:35 Gray (1) : Application Organize A Use GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to record and synthesize information with guidance Read the story, Papa and the Pioneer Quilt. Discuss how they traveled and some of the problem along the way. Use a Wagon wheel and show events of the story and how they work together to make the story complete. Vocabulary Words: Wandering, scuffed, handkerchief, valley Monday 1/11/2010

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10 THE GOAL FOR EACH STUDENT IS PROFICIENCY IN ALL REQUIREMENTS AT CURRENT AND PREVIOUS GRADES. KindergartenGrade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4 Identify and Access I.1.K.6 Recognize that there are many types of books (e.g., story books, rhyming books, counting books) I.1.K.7 Identify an information need and access materials by asking questions to gain information I.1.K.8 Recognize the purpose of an online public access catalog (OPAC) to locate materials for personal interests, with guidance I Recognize characteristics of types of books (e.g., stories, plays, predictable books) I Identify an information need and access materials by asking questions to gain information I Recognize the purpose of an online public access catalog (OPAC) to locate materials, with guidance I Recognize characteristics of genres (e.g., fairy tales, folk tales) I Identify an information need and access materials by generating questions to develop and refine a topic I Recognize and use online public access catalog (OPAC) search techniques to locate appropriate sources, with guidance (e.g., keyword, author, title, subject searches) I Recognize characteristics of genres (e.g., tall tales, fables) I Identify an information need and access materials by generating questions to gather and collect information as a starting point for research I Recognize and use online public access catalog (OPAC) search techniques to locate appropriate sources, with guidance (e.g., keyword, author, title, subject searches) I Recognize characteristics of genres (e.g., mysteries, realistic fiction) I Identify an information need and access materials by generating questions to gather and collect information as a starting point for research I Recognize and use online public access catalog (OPAC) search techniques to locate appropriate sources, with guidance (e.g., keyword, author, title, subject searches) Strand: Inquiry Standard 1: Identify and Access Students shall identify, locate, and retrieve appropriate resources for a variety of purposes.

11 12Nov 2-(6) (Flex Day) : Inquiry Identify and Access I.1.K.7 Identify an information need and access materials by asking questions to gain information. LEARN WHAT IT MEANS TO ASK A QUESTION – Introduce question mark : Inquiry Identify and Access I Identify an information need and access materials by asking questions to gain information. PRACTICE FORMING QUESTIONS & review question mark : Inquiry Identify and Access I Identify an information need and access materials by generating questions to develop and refine a topic. : Inquiry Identify and Access I Identify an information need and access materials by generating questions to gather and collect information as a starting point for research. : Inquiry Identify and Access I Identify an information need and access materials by generating questions to gather and collect information as a starting point for research.

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14 WeekKindergartenFirst GradeSecond GradeThird GradeFourth Grade 1 I.1.k.1 Wild About Books I Wild About Books I.1.21 Stella Louella’s Runaway Book I “Stella Louella’s Runaway Book I Read All About It I.1.1.3I.1.2.3I.1.3.3I I.1.K.1 The Library Dragon The Twelve Days of Kindergarten I The Library Dragon What Happened to Marion’s Book I L is for Library I L is for Library I B is for Bookworm C.8.K.5C.8.1.5C.8.2.5C I.1.K.2 Mr. Wiggle’s Book Library Organization Power Point I Mr. Wiggle’s Book Season’s of Arnold’s Apple Trees Library Organization Power Point I Mr. Wiggle’s Loves to Read Goldie Socks and the three Libearians. Dewey Power Point I Dewey and the Alien (Internet) rg/5002/Alien/alien.htm rg/5002/Alien/alien.htm Dewey Power Point I Dewey and the Alien (Internet) org/5002/Alien/alien.htm org/5002/Alien/alien.htm Dewey Power Point I I OPAC I OPAC I OPAC 4 I.1.K.3 The Shelf Elf Stelle LouElla’s Runaway Book I The Shelf Elf Goldie Socks and The Three Libearians I The Shelf Elf Helps Out Dewey Power Point I The Shelf Elf Helps Out Dewey Power Point I The Shelf Elf Helps Out Dewey Power Point I.1.1.3I.1.2.3I.1.3.3I I.1.K.3I.1.1.2I I Powerpoint of The Library Doors by Toni Buzzeo I Powerpoint of The Library Doors by Toni Buzzeo I.1.K.4 The Alphabet Tree Big Book Hi-Ho Librario I Alpha Betti Big Book Hi-Ho Librario I The Pledge of Allegiance I The Pledge of Allegiance I The Pledge of Allegiance I.1.K.5I.1.1.5I Power point of the Library Doors by Toni Buzzeo Recommended Books for Library Media SLEs

15 6I.1.K.3I.1.1.3I.1.2.3I C What Really Happened to Humpty? The Little Red Hen (Graphic Organizer-Main Idea I.1.K.4I I The Bill of Rights I The Bill of Rights I.1.K.5I.1.1.5I C One Fine Day The Little Red Hen (Graphic Organizer) C.7.K.5 Ruthie and the (not so) Teeny Tiny Lie Every Autumn Come the Bear (Graphic Organizer) C Ruthie and the (not so) Teeny Tiny Lie Kitten’s First Full Moon (Graphic Organizer) C The Web Files Hoppy and Joe (Graphic Organizer) 7I.1.K.3 I Puppet and story “The Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly” The Very Lonely Firefly I Jack and the Beanstalk (fairy tale) The Old Woman and Her Pig (Folk tale) by Margaret Read MacDonald Genre Power Point I Casey Jones (tall tale) “The Race of the Century” (fable) Genre Power Point I Chapter one “The Canary Caper” (mystery) “The Lemonade Club (realistic fiction) Genre Power Point I.1.K.6 The Book That Jack Wrote (rhyming) I’ve Got and Elephant (counting) Clifford the Big Red Dog

16 8I.1.K.6 I Jeb Scarecrow’s Pumpkin Patch (fiction) and Pumpkin Harvest (non-fiction) I Jeb Scarecrow’s Pumpkin Patch (fiction) and Pumpkin Harvest (non-fiction) I The Biggest Pumpkin Ever (fiction) The Pumpkin Patch (non- fiction) I Chapter 1 Sideway Stories from Wayside School (fiction) School in Many Cultures (non- fiction) I.2.K.2 Big Pumpkin (fiction) Pumpkin Harvest (non- fiction) 9I.2.K.2 C Girls and Me Down Come the Leaves Leafman C Bread and Jam for Frances C Frederick by Leo Lionni C Frederick by Leo Lionni (memories) C.8.K.1 I’m Gonna Like Me Bats at the Library 10 I.2.K.2 There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a bat and Halloween (non- fiction) Song-(author’s purpose) Baby Bee, Bee Bird (entertain) C Slop! By Margaret Read MacDonald Song-(author’s purpose) Baby Bee, Bee Bird (entertain) C Tunjur! Tunjur! Tunjur! By Margaret Read MacDonald C Tunjur! Tunjur! Tunjur! By Margaret Read MacDonald Power Point pages: flash cards, entertain, persuade, inform or teacher C The Stranger by Chris Van Allsburg Power Point pages: flash cards, entertain, persuade, inform or teacher C.7.K.6A.6.1.1A.6.2.1A.6.3.1A A.6.K.1 11 I.2.K.2 Froggy’s Halloween C Big Pumpkin C Piggie Pie! C The Runaway Pumpkin C The Runaway Pumpkin The Babe and I C.7.K.6A.6.1.1A A.6.7.1

17 12 I.1.K.7 If you were a Question Mark by Shelly Lyons Would you Rather be a Bullfrog? I If you were a Question Mark by Shelly Lyons I The Magic School Bus Answers Questions: A Book of Questions and Answers I The Magic School Bus Answers Questions: A Book of Questions and Answers I The Magic School Bus Answers Questions: A Book of Questions and Answers 13I.1.K.7 C Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs then movie website itle/tt itle/tt C C Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs then movie website e/tt e/tt C America’s White Table then website: 5/index.asp?intSiteID=2 5/index.asp?intSiteID=2 owday/index2009.htm America’s White Table C America’s White Table then website: k- 5/index.asp?intSiteID=2 k- 5/index.asp?intSiteID=2 /powday/index2009.htm America’s White Table C.8.K.7 Dancing With the Indians and Internet to Encyclopedia of Arkansas Native Americans A.6.1.2A.6.2.2A.6.3.2A A.6.K.2 14 I.1.K.7 A Turkey for Thanksgiving Encyclopedia “T” turkey One is a Feast for Mouse I A Turkey for Thanksgiving Encyclopedia “T” turkey I How Many Days to America? A Thanksgiving Story. I P is for Pilgrim: A Thanksgiving alphabet. I P is for Pilgrim: A Thanksgiving alphabet. 15 I.1.K.7 Santa’s Stuck Chicken Chasing Queen of Lamar County I Santa’s Stuck Ruthie and the (Not So) Teeny Tiny Lie I Thank you Santa Joseph Had a Little Overcoat I Who’s That Knocking on Christmas Eve? I Cajun Night Before Christmas 16C.8.K.2 The Mouse Before Christmas and Christmas in Many Cultures A Pinata for Pepita C C.8.K.2 The Mouse Before Christmas and Christmas in Many Cultures The Christmas Donkey C Merry Christmas, Strega Nona and Christmas in Many Cultures C The Bear Who Slept Through Christmas and Christmas in Many Cultures C Texas Night Before Christmas and Christmas in Many Cultures

18 17 C.8.K.2 The Christmas Hat Cobweb Christmas C Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree Maria’s Christmas Song (Christmas Stories round the World) C Franklin’s Christmas Gift A Pinata for Pepita (Christmas Stories Round the World) C Arthur’s Christmas The Christmas Donkey (Christmas Stories Round the World) C Trucker’s Night Before Christmas The Gift of the Old Pine Tree (Christmas Stories Round the World) 18C.8.K.3C.8.1.3C.8.2.3C.8.3.3C C.8.K.6 The Three Snow Bears C The Three Snow Bears C The Orange Shoes The Three Snow Bears C The Orange Shoes The Three Snow Bears C Newbery: Holes Sideways Stories From Wayside School CMS Power Point 19 A.3.K.1 Papa and the Pioneer Quilt How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? Graphic organizer-beginning, middle end. (10 Write-on/Wipe-off: Graphic Organizers that build early reading skills) A Papa and the Pioneer Quilt How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin (Graphic Organizer-beginning, middle end) A Papa and the Pioneer Quilt How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin (Graphic Organizer-beginning, middle end) A Papa and the Pioneer Quilt The Orange Shoes (Graphic Organizer: character comparison glasses) A Lesson with questions and three column graphic organizer with Encyclopedia, Dictionary and Thesaurus The Orange Shoes (Graphic Organizer: character comparison glasses) 20 A.5.K.2 The Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. The Very Hungry Caterpillar (groups put items from story in order) A The Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. The Pet Show (Animal Memory Game) A The Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. The Orange Shoes A The Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. Grandpa’s Teeth A The Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. Ellen Smith Mystery Activity 21C.9.K.1 How Many seeds in a pumpkin? Ruthie and the (Not so Teeny Tiny Lie) C How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin? Chicken Chasing Queen of Lamar County C Show assessment tools in power point Library Check List (Document Camera) C Show assessment tools in power point. Library Check List (Document Camera) C Show assessment tools in power point. Library Check List (Document Camera)

19 22 I.1.K.10 Henry’s Freedom Box Diary of a Fly I took my Frog to the Library I Henry’s Freedom Box Papa and the Pioneer Quilt A Henry’s Freedom Box Just the Facts: Writing Your Own Research Report GT sources citing A Picture Book of Harriet Tubman Just the Facts: Writing Your Own Research Report GT sources citing A Picture Book of Harriet Tubman Just the Facts: Writing Your Own Research Report GT sources citing A.4.K.1 Encyclopedia, books, & Internet A Encyclopedia, books & Internet A.4.2.3A.4.3.3A A.4.K.3A I Sources Tic-Tac-Toe I Sources Tic-Tac-Toe I Sources Tic-Tac- Toe C.7.K.2 American Girl magazine: Article on Pocket Valentines and then craft for Valentine’s Day book Where in the Wild? Camouflaged Creatures concealed…and Revealed C American Girl magazine: Article on Pocket Valentines and then craft for Valentine’s Day book Where in the Wild? Camouflaged Creatures concealed…and Revealed C Sports Illustrated for Kids: Winter Olympics. Website org/olympics/winterolympi cs.htm C Sports Illustrated for Kids: Winter Olympics. Website g/olympics/winterolympics.h tm C Sports Illustrated for Kids: Winter Olympics. Website org/olympics/winterolympi cs.htm 24 A.5.K.1 Stone Soup It’s A Baby Lynx A Stone Soup It’s A Baby Lynx A The Great Dewey Hunt Orangutans A The Great Dewey Hunt Olympic Cards A The Great Dewey Hunt Olympic Cards A.6.K.3A.6.1.3A.6.2.3A.6.3.3A A.4.K.2 Soap! Soap! Don’t Forget the Soap! Same as week 24 A Soap! Soap! Don’t Forget the Soap! Same as week 24 A Sweet Clara and Freedom Quilt Same as week 24 A Sweet Clara and Freedom Quilt Same as week 24 A Sweet Clara and Freedom Quilt Same as week C.8.K.4 And To Think I saw it on Mulberry Street. If I Ran the Zoo C And To Think I saw it on Mulberry Street. Great Day for Up! C Horton Hatches the Egg Hooray for Diffendoofer Day C Horton Hatches the Egg And to Think that I Saw it on Mulberry Street C Oh, the Places you will go. There’s A Wocket in My Pocket 27I.1.K.9 Power Point of sources There’s A map on my Lap I Power Point of sources Scrambled States of America I Power Point of sources How Maps and Globes Help Us I Power Point of sources I Power Point of sources

20 28I.2.K.1I.2.1.1I I Power Point for appropriate media sources I Power Point for appropriate media sources 29 I.1.K.8 Mr. Wiggle Loves to Read I Mr. Wiggle Loves to Read I Our Librarian Won’t Tell Us Anything I Our Librarian Won’t Tell Us Anything I Our Librarian Won’t Tell Us Anything 30 C.7.K.4 I Want Two Birthdays Big Red Lollipop C Hip & Hop Don’t Stop 19 Girls and Me C Verdi The Garbage Barge C Website: awareness.ca/english/g ames/privacy_playgrou nd/index.cfm awareness.ca/english/g ames/privacy_playgrou nd/index.cfm C Website: awareness.ca/english/ games/privacy_playgr ound/index.cfm awareness.ca/english/ games/privacy_playgr ound/index.cfm 31 C.7.K.1 Over the River and Through the Wood Little Miss Muffet Little Bo Peep C My School’s A Zoo The Emperor’s New Clothes Drummer Hoff C The Fat Cat Cinder Edna C The Lion and the Mouse Swamp Angel C The Haunted House (Choose your own adventure book) The Houdini Box 32A.6.K.4C.6.1.4A.6.2.4C.7.3.4C A.3.K.2A.3.1.2A.3.2.2A.3.3.2A C.7.K.2C.7.1.2C.7.2.2C.7.3.2C C.9.K.2C.9.1.2C.9.2.2C.9.3.2C C.9.K.3C.9.1.3C.9.2.3C.9.3.3C Contact Judy South at Judy in blue Contact Cathy Toney at Cathy in black

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