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Woodridge Elementary Library: Teachers

Presentation Apps

Sharing and Collaborating Apps

Drawing and Annotating Apps

Create your own quiz games

Coding

Encourage students to cite their information and image sources

1st and 2nd grade:

1. What?: Identify the type of source (Book, website, magazine, interview, etc.)

2. Who?: Name of author (if available)

3. What?: Title of book, website, magazine

4. When?: Publish/copyright year (if available)

 

Examples:

Book

Sara Louise Kras

Koalas

2010

Website

"Koalas"

PebbleGo

2016

 

3rd-5th grade

Who?, What?, What?, When?, Where?

 

Examples

Book:

Author’s last name, Author’s first name. Title of Book. Copyright date.

Snedden, Robert. Earth’s Shifting Surface. 2010.

Website:

Author’s last name, Author’s first name. “Title of page/article.” Name of website. Date you visited the website. <website address/URL>.

"Tsunami." Britannica School.  16 Feb. 2016. <http://school.eb.com>.

Lesson Curating & Virtual Field Trip Apps

AASL Best Apps for Teaching & Learning

E-books and other libraries

Author & Book Resources

Digital Citizenship

Information, Image, and Sound/Music Resources (Fair Use)

*Please always read the Terms and Conditions of sites before downloading or copying any images or music.

Writing & Discussion Prompts