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What's Going on in the OPE Library?

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Sue Foote

on 2 September 2015

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4th - 6th Grade
4th - 6th graders visit the library as a class every fourth week, and are welcome to stop by after school on Wednesdays, Thursdays and some Fridays.

Lessons include instruction on topics such as internet research, citing sources, and website reliability.
What's going on in the OPE Library?
Teachers
Teachers are welcome to self-check out materials from the library at any time, and are encouraged to suggest specific materials be acquired that support their lessons.

Teachers may also request a library lesson or topic for their class, and may make both advance and short-notice arrangements for library use by students to work on projects, on an as-available basis.

As a courtesy to other classes, and for safety reasons, students should not be sent to work in the library if not supervised by a staff member, or during another scheduled class visit.

Teachers are invited to make arrangements to display any large classroom projects in the library, such as California Missions, Egyptian artifact and pyramid projects,
and cereal box book reports.
Kindergarteners visit the library
weekly for 25 minutes, with every 4th week off.

Mrs. Foote reads a story, and offers a
book-related activity, and then students are permitted to select and check out
one
picture book.


Also included are library lessons, such as learning how books are shelved,
how to use shelf-markers, the role of authors and illustrators, and book care.
1st Grade
First grade classes visit the library
weekly for 25 minutes, with every 4th week off.

Mrs. Foote alternates reading a story and a book-related activity, with library skills lessons, such as ABC order, and fiction vs. non-fiction texts.

Students may check out
two
books of their choice, from the picture book, non-fiction, or Boost book sections.

Boost books are leveled easy readers that are color coded on the spine:

blue,
yellow,
green,
black,
red,
brown.

2nd Grade
Second grade classes visit the library weekly for 25 minutes, with every 4th week off.

Mrs. Foote reads a story, offers a related activity, and teaches library skills, such as how to use the library database to look up books, and how to locate the books.

Students may check out

two
books
at a time, and may be working to
complete the six color-coded levels of

Boost books
, and continuing on to read b
eginning chapter books, in addition to increasingly complex non-fiction texts
.
Mission
To ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas ideas and information; students are empowered to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers, and ethical users of information.
--American Association of School Librarians, 2009
Kindergarten
parents
Parents may stop by the library to set up an account, and check out up to
four
books at a time per family for their children.

Parents may checkout books on Wednesday and Thursday and some Fridays after school,
only when Mrs. Foote is present (no self-checkout).
3rd grade
Third grade classes visit the library
weekly for 25 minutes, with every 4th week off. Students may check out
two
books,
or more if needed for an assignment.

Mrs. Foote reads a book on a timely subject, such as an upcoming holiday or event,
or an author focus,
and offers a related activity/project.

Library skills lessons are taught on topics such as Dewey Decimal categories, and biographies.
"Book Talks" are given to inroduce students to new books.
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