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Choosing Resources for Information
An almanac contains facts such as weather, population, currency, and geography facts. Almanac
An atlas contains maps and most atlases also have mileage indicators. Atlas
The Internet contains current information on many topics, including current weather. It also has online encyclopedias and other types of resources. Internet
A live interview provides a first-hand account of a person's experiences. Live Interview
The newspaper gives the most current daily news such as current events, sports information, and daily weather. Newspaper
The encyclopedia has information on many general topics and people in history. Encyclopedia
The dictionary will give correct spellings of words, their meanings and how to pronounce a word. Dictionary
An online library catalog will give you the names of authors, titles of books available and a listing of books available in the library. Library Catalog
Let’s Play a Game Choose the best resource for the information needed.
Tyler has a report due on American Presidents. What resource should he use? 1.Newspaper 2.Live interview 3.Encyclopedia 4.Atlas
Kate is doing research on tigers. Where should she look first for information? 1.Newspaper 2.Almanac 3.Encyclopedia 4.Interview with someone that's been to a zoo and seen a tiger
Kayla wants to know what it would be like to be a teacher. Where should she turn? 1.Dictionary 2.An interview with a teacher 3.Encyclopedia 4.Educational journal
Tanya loves to read books by Rick Riordan. What resource should she use to find books written by the author? 1.Interview 2.Almanac 3.Library Catalog 4.Dictionary
Alex is doing a report on Brazil and needs to know what the country's average temperature is in the winter. Where should he look first? 1.Dictionary 2.Television 3.Almanac 4.Newspaper
Jaylen needs to find the meaning of the word “confused". What resource should he use? 1.Almanac 2.Atlas 3.Dictionary 4.Library Catalog
Websites 1.Go to Destiny Library Catalog 2.Click on the link for the media center website 3.Explore online encyclopedias, atlases, almanacs and dictionaries
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