A bibliography is a list, in alphabetical order, of the resources (print, electronic, persons) used as information background for a report, product, or project.
Purposes Specific Learning Outcomes LICT Descriptors How To Do Related Information
The title page contains more information than the cover, which is why it is used as a source. Have students make a bibliography "by hand" following the MLA style as explained and illustrated by Denaley and them have them compare this formats to one resulting from an electronic bibliography-maker such as NoodleTools. Delaney, Robert. MLA Citation Style. B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library. NoodleTools Share with students expected grade-level bibliography criteria. In grades Kindergarten, one, and two, ask students to show you the resources they have used for a project and to show you where to find the title. Model making a simple bibliography with the author and the title of books used. Bibliography Sample Expectations at Grade Levels Ideally, each school should use a school-wide model for a bibliography, with grade-specific expectations based on the ELA curriculum.
Variations Assessment / Think Abouts
Record anecdotal comments using a Daily Observation Form. Note which students have acquired the habit of correctly recording bibliographic notes without being asked. Note which students need differentiation and/or appropriate scaffolding. Daily Observation Form Guide peer and self-assessment. Bibliography Checklist Met/Not-Yet-Met Self-Assessment
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