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Do You Know Your Dewey

Intro to the Dewey Decimal System
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darlene price

on 8 April 2013

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"call number" Do you know Dewey? Do You Know Your Dewey? Before Dewey. . . Know Your Dewey 600 = Applied Science
636 = domestic animals
636.7 = domestic animals that are dogs
636.73 = domestic animals that are working dogs
636.737 = domestic animals that are working US dogs
636.7375 = domestic animals that are working US dog
that were born in Georgia.
636.73756 = domestic animals that are working US dog
that were born in Georgia in Dalton
636.737564 = domestic animals that are working US dog
that were born in Georgia in Dalton on
Dug Gap Road Here's what I learned in library school... Put your table number on your answer sheet.
Using your "cheat sheet", decide as a team in what section the book would be found.
When completed, walk quickly to the table, ring the bell and turn it in.
Two points added for each correct answer.
One point deducted for each wrong answer.
Team with the most points, wins! Here is Dug Gap Road in Whitfield County
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