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item3Info Tasks For Successful Learning: Building Skills In Reading, Writing, And Research

David Loertscher says of this book: "It's the best book on information literacy published in 2001!" Why? It turns the library media specialist into a diagnostician. Start with a state standard; pull out the information task; then, turn alphabetically in this dictionary-type book to a page matching that task and you will find a one-page information literacy lesson awaiting as an idea starter. The ideas span: Evaluating information for relevance and validation. Sorting information to make connections. Working with information and testing ideas. Analyzing and synthesizing information for meaningful conclusions. You will find your approach to teaching information literacy transformed. Carol Koechlin and Sandi Zwaan; from Stenhouse Publishers; 2001

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