Hackman's practical ideas for integrating library information skills into the high school English curriculum emphasize the importance of teacher-librarian cooperation and curriculum match. This new edition also addresses the media specialist's challenge to help teachers feel comfortable with new technologies while incorporating them into the program. The author gives numerous examples of how the media specialist and English teacher can team up in composition, literature, and the performing arts-all taken from successful programs based on national, state, and regional standards. A useful resource for media specialists, teachers, library and education students, and school administrators.The student will demonstrate the ability to compose a persuasive essay or debate a controversial idea derived from interpreting several pieces of literature, music, or art. (Persuasion) ... Indicators of Learning: English a Grades 9, 10, 11 Grade.
|Title||:||Library Information Skills and the High School English Program|
|Author||:||Mary H. Hackman|
|Publisher||:||Libraries Unltd Incorporated - 1999|