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AASL National Conference & Exhibition 2017

Collaborate for Powerful Teaching and Learning in History and Language Arts

Nov 10, 2017 2:30pm

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Description

Librarian/teacher/author collaborations use primary sources and proven strategies to personalize and deepen understanding of content while strengthening information literacy skills. Through civil rights history and an overcoming adversity theme, learn techniques to help students formulate questions, focus inquiry, analyze photos, read for information, and direct their own learning to become effective users of information. Compare similarly themed F/NF to stimulate analytic and critical thinking skills. Handouts: Classroom ready lesson plans, discussion questions, and hands-on activities.

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