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Give credence to your research. Show the scope and depth of your search. Include a bibliography in your paper. The importance of and the different types of a bibliographies are the focus of this short video.
Middle schoolers discover how to cite sources in this bibliography lesson. First, they discuss plagiarism and how to cite resources. Next, they use graphic organizers to write a research report. Finally, they use two resources and follow the model of a correct citation.
Students discover the Middle Ages through fun activities. In this World History instructional activity, students complete a tournament of physical activities similar to events that took place in the Middle Ages. Students write a class book that takes place during that time.
Use WebQuest of Nation Parks to research the physical, historical, geographical, and ecological aspects of various National Parks. Pupils use the site to explore the importance and process of creating a bibliography. Instruction is focused on bibliographies for books, magazines, encyclopedia articles, and web pages.
In this parts of a book worksheet, students read a paragraph and then examine a table of contents page. Students respond to 10 short answer questions regarding the information
Readers explore East Asian culture and literature with a book folder project. Before beginning the project, learners record three beliefs they have about East Asian culture. They then select two books to read and create a display for the school library. Detailed instructions for the book folder project, a project rubric, and an extensive annotated book list are included.
Third graders explore Canadian culture by creating a book. For this community analysis lesson, 3rd graders identify the First Nations people of Canada and discuss the culture, language and diversity. Students create a book discussing these aspects after they read the story The Mitten by Alvin Tresselt.
Ninth graders explore the rules of the Modern Language Association for the correct development of a bibliography. The information, punctuation, order, indention, and spacing for the format of the entries are stressed in this lesson.
Give credit where credit is due! After listening to a lecture/demo about why creating a bibliography is important, what should be included in a bibliography, and how to craft a bibliography, class members draft one for their own research.
Students conduct Internet research on various animals. They write and create an Animal ABC book, including pictures of each animal, and each animal's phyla and class, to present to a young child.
What is an annotated bibliography? While not usually required until college, introducing your juniors and seniors to this type of document will prepare them for their collegiate careers. The term is defined, and the three elements of an annotation are explained.
Students analyze Appalachian folktale picture books. They read and analyze various Appalachian picture books, answer discussion questions, and in small groups complete a handout, and write an essay analyzing the text and illustrations of their book.
In this parts of a book worksheet, students answer 3 short answer questions after studying a table of contents from a book of folk tales.
In this parts of a book worksheet, learners review the title page, copyright page, preface, table of contents, glossary, and index. Students respond to 5 short answer questions pertaining to the parts of a book.
Students discuss the character traits of George Washington. In this George Washington lesson, students read A Picture Book of George Washington, discuss the book, and complete worksheet activities about Washington's self-discipline and bravery.
Learners identify the themes of different books by classifying their genre. In this genre lesson, students examine a specific animal by reading both a nonfiction and fiction book about the species. Learners compare the different books by creating a Venn diagram with their classmates.
Students investigate researching techniques by exploring their library. In this literature references lesson, students identify the different types and genres of books that are readily available at their local library as well as proper behavior. Students read random library books in small groups and summarize them in one sentence each.
Learners reference books to become familiar with locating information necessary for citing resources in a research paper. In this technical writing lesson students work in groups to find the answers to prepared questions.
Third graders create a Father's Day Book full of memories they have with their dad. Each page of the book must have an illustration and a sentence.
Eighth graders use the web-based "Citation Machine" to create M.L.A. formatted citations for a book and a web page to be used in a bibliography. They credit sources of information correctly. Students demonstrate appropriate use of copyrighted materials in word processing documents used for content projects/assignments.