Curriculum

What is the difference between Technology (Computers) and Information Technology (Library)?  

Technology (Computers)

Media Technology (Library)

  • Formatting a Google Document, Wordand Publisher Document
  • Gathering Data and creating an Excel Spreadsheet
  • Collecting research and creating a Power Point Slide/Google Slides
  • Creating a digital device that can be programed for a specific need (Wonderville/EdHeads)
  • Coding (entire 4 MP)
  • Internet Safety in a Global Community
  • Parts of a Computer
  • Google Earth
  • Typing Warm-ups
  • PARCC tools
  • Scavenger Hunts and Webquests
  • Makey Makey Boards
  • Ozobot
  • Virtual Tours (Nearpod)
  • Art creation (paint programs Wixie)
  • Wordle
  • ABCmouse
  • Mr. Nussbaum- creating a map (insert text)
  • Google search strategies ( Brainpop.com “Search Shark”)
  • Online translator
  • Online calculator
  • Flow Charts - family tree project
  • Digital Citizenship
  • Read Alouds (Storytelling)
  • Library Skills --Dewey Decimal Classification (Grades K - 3)
  • Folklore, Fairy tales and Fables, Fractured Fairy tales
  • Biographies
  • National Poetry Month (April)
  • Google Slides/Docs with literacy component
  • Themes, Personification, Similes, Figurative Language
  • Reference and periodicals section (encyclopedias, dictionaries)
  • Read Across America (Dr. Seuss Day)
  • Research Skills (print and non-print)
  • Scholastic Book Fair
  • Book Talks
  • Books with Awards (Caldecott, Newbery, etc)
  • Orientation (Tour of the Library)
  • Basic Organization of the Library
  • Parts of a book (Title Page, Table of Contents, Glossary)
  • Reinforce ABC order
  • Fiction vs. non-fiction
  • Literature appreciation/response
  • Summarizing text
  • Critical reading
  • Works Consulted format (simple citation)
  • Authors & Illustrators
  • Digital Citizenship

 

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