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Locating Information and Reference Sources Review Quiz
Where would you look to find the meaning of an important word used in a book? index glossary heading
Where would you look to find a list of a book’s chapters and page numbers? index glossary table of contents
What is the name for the title that comes before a new part of an article or story? glossary heading index
Where would you look to find a list of subjects and page numbers in a book? index glossary table of contents
Where would you look to find the name of a book? index glossary title
Where you look to find words with the same meaning? a map a thesaurus an index
Where would you look to check the spelling of a word? a dictionary an atlas an encyclopedia
Where would you look to get directions to a place you want to visit? a road atlas a glossary a thesaurus
After you use an encyclopedia what would be good to use to do a report on mammals? a dictionary the internet an atlas
Which reference source has a search engine? the internet an index a dictionary
Where would you find a map of Europe? an atlas a dictionary a phone book
Where could you find information on pandas? in a glossary in a nonfiction book in a newspaper
Where could you get information about a state’s weather? a glossary a website an atlas
Where would you look to find the meaning of the word sappy? an atlas a dictionary a thesaurus
Where would you look to find information on the history of Louisiana ? glossary encyclopedia atlas
Some Information from AT&T Education - 21 st Century Literacies Choosing the Right Resource.
Research/ Reference Skills
Where Can I Find Information?
1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt
3rd Grade – CRCT Practice
Grammar Reference Materials
Reference Scavenger Hunt
Reference Sources Reading Skills Practice. a.encyclopedia b.dictionary c.telephone book d.atlas Which reference source would I use to find the information.
Dictionary, Almanac, Encyclopedia, Atlas, Thesaurus
The “Ready for Reference” Quiz
Reference Skills How much do you know?. If you were doing a report on an animal, and you kept using the word “interesting” too many times, what is the.
Genres in Nonfiction Cheryl Youse Colquitt County High School.
Where would you find the opposite of the word “happy”? A.) Encyclopedia B.) Dictionary C.) Thesaurus D.) Atlas E.) Almanac.
What information can be found in an atlas? A.) phone numbers B.) street names C.) city mayors D.) land and water features.
In today’s session we will: Get ready to read by thinking about what you know about a topic and setting a purpose for reading. Learn how to use text features.
What are Reference Materials?
Parts of A Book 1st and 2nd Grade Library.
Second Grade Library Skills Begins to recognize that different genres require different reading strategies.
Focus Skill: Reference Sources. Good readers use reference sources to help them find information.
Searching For and Using Information: Skip Intro Skip Intro Students in all academic arenas are required to find answers to various problems, big and small.
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