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Non-Fiction Collection Development

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Transcript of Non-Fiction Collection Development

imaginary forces
assess it
plan an annual inventory

use quantitative data (Titlewave)

use qualitative data (journals)

use your collection tools

review district collection policy

develop school collection policy
build it
CCSS Exemplars: Appendix B :
http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy
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Non-Fiction Collection Development
imaginary forces
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Use your imaginary forces to develop and highlight your non-fiction collection
To be ready for college, workforce training,


and life in a technological society, students need


the ability to gather, comprehend, evaluate,


synthesize, and report on information and ideas, to


conduct original research in order to answer


questions or solve problems, and to analyze and


create a high volume and extensive range of print


and nonprint texts in media forms old and new.

show it
assess it
build it
share it
Shakespeare

Henry V

Act 1

Prologue

Chorus


make the invisible, visible

collaborate & get input
Pathways to the Common Core By Lucy Calkins
Partner with the public and academic libraries
Consider the WYLD databases a major part of your collection
Incorporate primary sources
Encourage use of multimedia resources
Reflect on premise that reading is a higher level of engagement than listening
Remember non-fiction and fiction inform one another
Throw a non-fiction book party
non-fiction Friday
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6th Gr. STEM: Astronomy
6th Gr. Civil War People & Civil Rights People
6th Gr. Volcano
5th Grade Revolutionary War People
4th Gr. Wyoming Mountain Men

http://aasl.ala.org/essentiallinks/index.php?title=Collection_Development_-_General
http://www.ala.org/tools/libfactsheets/alalibraryfactsheet15
http://www.ala.org/alsc/
20 Outstanding Non-Fiction Books: Core Essentials :
http://www.slj.com/2013/05/standards/common-core/20-outstanding-nonfiction-books-core-essentials/#_
historical fiction picture books :
thepeoplesproject.wy@gmail.com
Clustering & CCSS :
http://www.slj.com/2012/12/standards/common-core/clustering-and-the-common-core
Kathleen O'dean Blog nonfiction 6th-12th:
http://www.greatcommoncorenonfiction.com/
Core Collection/H.W. Wilson:
http://www.hwwilsoninprint.com/core_collections.php
TitleWise Collection Analysis:
www.titlewave.com/main/titlewise

Titlewave Classroom & Curriculum:
www.titlewave.com/main/classroom.
Uncommon Corps Blog:
http://nonfictionandthecommoncore.blogspot.com/
ALSC :
http://www.ala.org/alsc/ccss-resources
NoveList Plus K-8: non-fiction
SLJ (starred Reviews):
http://www.slj.com/
NCTE:
http://www.ncte.org/awards/orbispictus
set your non-fiction goals
Greek & Latin Roots
Wordless Books

online or paper based
collaborative format: google docs
student or teacher pathfinders
book, websites, database links

non-fiction Friday
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