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Grade 3 Digital Literacy Skills


Information Literacy: ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

Locates publisher and/or copyright date in a print resource Can name parts of a book Recognizes how picture books and chapter books are different Can describe the difference between fiction books and non-fiction books Recognizes the idea of genres - biography, fairy tales, science fiction, adventure, horror (in print or online) Can organize information into different forms (charts, drawings, diagrams) Recognizes that many sources of information are available (people, print, magazines, newspapers, encyclopedias) Recognizes the purpose of an online catalog to locate materials Recognizes organization of a library space to locate a print resource Recognizes that accuracy of a source of information must be considered Recognizes that not all information located is useful to the research Can recognize and use facts that answer specific questions Uses appropriate search terms to find resources available on a certain topic With guidance, able to identify search terms to find relevant information on a topic Can locate an e-resource using the Destiny catalog or the vendor portal Can use online encyclopedias and databases with guidance (i.e.World Book online)

Technology Integration Standard 1a: Can apply existing knowledge to generate a new digital product ● ● ●

Can use word processing and drawing tools to create a new product Can create a new product with a beginning, middle, and end Can use online tools to organize information in chronological order to produce a digital story (i.e.Kidspiration, online story)

Standard 2a: Is able to publish a digital product and retrieve it as a member of a team ● ●

Able to save the digital product on a computer or mobile device for later editing or presentation Ability to share personal ideas online (i.e. book reviews & recommendations to peers)

Standard 2d: Contributes to a team to solve a problem ● ● ● ●

Able to share knowledge with others by listening and discussing Is able to log in to online programs provided by teacher for a variety of content areas Able to help a peer log in and use resources provided by the teacher Able to contribute to a shared online document or product (i.e. a Google apps, Zoho)

Standard 3d: Is able to read an online source and use applicable information from the source in researching a topic ● ● ● ● ● ●

Can participate in an online interview with an expert on a topic to learn new information Able to note similarities and differences in information from two sources Able to gather factual information from a variety of online sources, including historical artifacts and images, with guidance Able to recognize similarities and difference from at least two sources concerning the same event Demonstrates ability to recognize main idea and to locate facts that support that idea With guidance, is able to recognize opinion in text

Digital Citizenship ●

Can describe the idea of copyright and understands the importance of putting information into one’s own words (ethical use of information)

Grade 3 Digital Literacy Skills ● ● ● ●


Can explain why one’s identity must be protected when working online Able to rephrase rather than copy (and paste) whole sentences or paragraphs Discusses which information is appropriate to share online and with whom (images, video, audio, text, personal narratives, information about others) Can prepare a simple bibliography (including title and author)