Bright Field Library

2014-15 Scope and Sequence

August Lessons

5th Grade

August 18

P.G. 6.5.3 Read for pleasure and personal learning

  • Brief library orientation and check out


August 24

I.L. Utilize knowledge of the organization of the school LMC to locate resources...

S.R. 4.5.1 Recognize the need for AUP and demonstrate knowledge of library policies and procedures in the school LMC

  • Attend to library policies and procedures

6th Grade

August 18

P.G. 6.8.1 Read for pleasure and personal learning

  • Brief library orientation and check out



August 25

I.L. Utilize knowledge of the organization of the school LMC to locate resources...

Attend to library policies and procedures, sign iPad AUPS.R. 4.6.1 Recognize the need for AUP and demonstrate knowledge of library policies and procedures in the school LMC

September Lessons

5th Grade

September 2/8

I.L. 1.5.7 Select and interpret various types of information on a topic in a variety of print/non-print and digital resources (encyclopedias)

  • Animal Research: rubric used for evaluation; final product is an animal poem based on student research


S.R. 4.5.1 Recognize the need for AUP and demonstrate knowledge of library policies and procedures in the school library media center

  • Sign iPad AUP


September 22

P.G. 6.5.6 Recognize that award winning literary works have met certain criteria (Charlie May, BOB)

  • Watch Book Fair Trailer



September 29 (literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Watch book fair video and shop the book fair

6th Grade

September 8

P.G. 6.6.6 Recognize that award winning literary works have met certain criteria (Charlie May, BOB)

  • Watch trailers for BOB and tall about criteria; use Today's Meet to discuss books while watching trailers


S.R. 4.6.1 Recognize the need for AUP and demonstrate knowledge of library policies and procedures in the school library media center

  • Sign iPad AUP



September 22

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Watch book fair video




September 29 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Shop the book fair

October Lessons

5th Grade

October 6

P.G. 6.5.6 Recognize that award winning literary works have met certain criteria (Charlie May, BOB)

  • Watch trailers for BOB and tall about criteria; use Today's Meet to discuss books while watching trailers


October 13 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning



October 20

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Introduce Bentonville's ebook collection as a way for students to read.


October 27 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

6th Grade

October 6

I.L. Examine an information need by generating complex questions using key words to develop and refine a topic, prior to accessing resources and locating information, with guidance

  • Select one thick and one thin research question


October 13 (with literacy teachers)

I.L. Examine an information need by generating complex questions using key words to develop and refine a topic, prior to accessing resources and locating information, with guidance

  • Research self-selected research question


October 19

S.R, 4.6.4 Create citation and bibliographies using a standard formulate for all resources with guidance

  • Research self-selected research question; use easybib.com to for MLA citation



October 27 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

November Lessons

5th Grade

November 3

I.L. 1.5.1 Utilize knowledge of the organization of the school LMC to locate resources...

I.L. 1.5.2 Utilize OPAC search strategies to locate appropriate resources with guidance

  • library scavenger hunt/ pic collage



November 10 (with literacy teachers)

I.L. 1.5.6 Examine an information need by generating complex questions using key words to develop and refine a topic, prior to accessing resources and locating information with guidance

  • Learn about key word searches, brainstorm questions



November 17

I.L. 1.5.6 Examine an information need by generating complex questions using key words to develop and refine a topic, prior to accessing resources and locating information with guidance

  • Search by keyword to locate answers

6th Grade

November 3

I.L. 1.6.1 Utilize knowledge of the organization of the school LMC to locate resources...

I.L. 1.6.2 Utilize OPAC search strategies to locate appropriate resources with guidance

  • library scavenger hunt/ pic collage


November 10 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning


November 17

1.l.3.6.4 Identify attributes of a primary source and a secondary source

  • Use Socrative to identify primary/secondary sources

December Lessons

5th Grade

December 1 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning


December 8

I.L. 1.5.1 Utilize knowledge of the organization of the school LMC to locate resources...

I.L. 1.5.2 Utilize OPAC search strategies to locate appropriate resources with guidance

  • library scavenger hunt/ pic collage



December 15 (with literacy teachers)

P.G. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

6th Grade

December 1 (with literacy teachers)

IL.2.6.1 Apply organization strategies to record information using available resources

  • Use graphic organizer to research chosen career field


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December 8

IL.2.6.1 Apply organization strategies to record information using available resources

  • Use graphic organizer to research chosen career field




December 15 (with literacy teachers)

IL.2.6.2 Manage information from a variety of resources

  • Use information gathered to create an infographic

January Lessons

5th Grade

January 5 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning


January 12

IL. 3.5.2 Select appropriate resources using established criteria

  • Evaluate websites



January 19 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning


January 26

IL.1.5.6 Examine an information need by generating complex questions using keywords to develop and refine a topic, prior to locating information or accessing resources, with guidance

  • Examine 3rd quarter literacy essential question prior to starting 3rd quarter research

6th Grade

January 5 (with literacy teachers)

IL.1.6.6 Examine an information need by generating complex questions using keywords to develop and refine a topic, prior to locating information or accessing resources, with guidance

  • Examine the 3rd quarter literacy essential question prior to starting 3rd quarter research (mystery project)



January 12

IL. 3.6.2 Select appropriate resources using established criteria

  • Begin research on mystery person




January 19 (with literacy teachers) **due to scheduling conflict no research done

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning


January 26

SR. 4.8.3 Respect and follow copyright laws when compiling information

  • Continue research on mystery person

February Lessons

5th Grade

February 2 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning


February 9

IL. 1.5.8 Utilize tools for navigating an information website

  • Begin searching for information on assigned "hero"



February 16 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning



February 23

PG. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Watch book fair video/ Introduce #BIF

6th Grade

February 2 (with literacy teachers)

SR. 4.6.3

Respect and follow copyright laws when compiling information

  • Continue research



February 9

SR. 4.8.4 Create citations and bibliographies using a standard format for all resources, with guidance

  • Finish research and keynote



February 16 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning


February 23

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Watch book fair video/Introduce #BIF

March Lessons

5th Grade

March (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Book fair, PARCC test, Spring break

6th Grade

March (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Book fair, PARCC test, Spring break

April Lessons

5th Grade

March 30 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.5.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • AAIM conference



April 6

SR. 4.5.3

Respect and follow copyright laws when compiling information

  • Continue with "hero" research




April 13 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 5.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Continue with "hero" research



April 20

PG. 8.5.2 Respond to information from various resources in a variety of ways using digital tools when appropriate

  • Create trading cards on iPads with research information




April 27 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 5.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • Continue with "hero" research

6th Grade

March 30 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • AAIM conference


April 6

IL. 3.5.2 Select appropriate resources using established criteria

  • Teach CRAAP evaluation; let students search for websites on Amelia Earhart "conspiracy theories"



April 13 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning


April 20

SR. 4.6.2 Demonstrate knowledge of digital citizenship

  • Watch videos, powerpoint, and participate in discussion on digital citizenship



April 27 (with literacy teachers)

PG. 6.6.1 Read for pleasure and learning

  • AAIM conference

May Lessons

5th Grade

6th Grade

Ongoing

5th Grade

I.L. 1.5.1 Utilize knowledge of the organization of the school library media center to locate resources by referring to...

S.R 5.5.1 Demonstrate interpersonal skills when communicating formally and informally

S.R. 5.5.2 Interpret and convey information clearly using a variety of formats

P.G. 6.5.3 Read for pleasure and personal learning

P.G. 6.5.2 Recognize and read from or listen to a variety of increasingly complex texts

P.G. 7.5.1 Utilize new knowledge individually and collaboratively

P.G. 7.5.2 Apply information literacy skills to meet individual needs and enrich lifelong learning

6th Grade