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  • It’s called Library ScienceIt’s called Library ScienceIt s called Library Science It s called Library Science for a reason! for a reason! ☺☺

    Kellie Vaughn, Lee Elementary Kellie Vaughn, Lee Elementary Janet Latham, W.S. Ryan ElementaryJanet Latham, W.S. Ryan ElementaryJa et at a , S ya e e ta yJa et at a , S ya e e ta y

    Mary Pruitt, Borman ElementaryMary Pruitt, Borman Elementary Aaron Graves, Savannah ElementaryAaron Graves, Savannah Elementary Carol Richmond, Wilson ElementaryCarol Richmond, Wilson Elementary

    Denton ISDDenton ISDDenton ISDDenton ISD

  • Find your avenue to collaborationFind your avenue to collaborationFind your avenue to collaborationFind your avenue to collaboration

    – District Science Program Adopt a Tree– Adopt-a-Tree

    – Discovery Centers Paper Making– Paper Making

    – FOSS kits N l/S i C ti– Novel/Science Connections

  • District TrainingDistrict TrainingDistrict TrainingDistrict Training

    • Know curriculum instruction and materialsKnow curriculum, instruction and materials • Use the knowledge to incorporate and

    strengthen instruction through the librarystrengthen instruction through the library

  • AntsAntsAnts Ants

  • BatsBatsBatsBats

  • Bat PoemBat PoemBat PoemBat Poem

    • Use Photostory to create product!Use Photostory to create product!

    B tBats

  • DISCOVERY CENTERSDISCOVERY CENTERSDISCOVERY CENTERSDISCOVERY CENTERS

  • SPECIAL PROGRAMSSPECIAL PROGRAMSSPECIAL PROGRAMSSPECIAL PROGRAMS

    • MAKING PAPER: 2ND GRADEMAKING PAPER: 2 GRADE BILINGUAL

    • RECYCLING

    • LITERATURE CONNECTION: WESLANDIA

  • ADOPTADOPT--AA--TREETREEADOPTADOPT AA TREETREE

    • 1st Grade Bilingual 2nd Grade Bilingual1 Grade Bilingual, 2 Grade Bilingual, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, EXPO 1st/2nd Combo

    • Plant Life Conservation Renewable• Plant Life, Conservation, Renewable Resources R P j t L i T• Resource: Project Learning Tree (Teachers’ Conservation Network)

    • Literature Connection: Fiction/NonFiction

  • PARTSPARTS

    OF A

    TREE

  • FOSS KitsFOSS KitsFOSS KitsFOSS Kits

    • FOSS Kits available:FOSS Kits available: – Tree

    Air and Weather– Air and Weather – Landforms

    Magnets– Magnets

  • FOSS KitsFOSS KitsFOSS KitsFOSS Kits

    • ScheduleSchedule – Meet with Team

    Look at Investigations that match TEKS– Look at Investigations that match TEKS – Assign Investigations to team members and

    librarianlibrarian – Create Master Schedule (times, dates,

    teachers)teachers)

  • FOSS KitsFOSS KitsFOSS KitsFOSS Kits • Teacher Responsibilities:p

    – Assign groups – Be on time – Set up investigation on assigned dayp g g y – Help facilitate investigation and discussion – Review with students in the classroom

    • Librarian Responsibilities:Librarian Responsibilities: – Provide space – Help with set up

    Set up investigation on assigned day– Set up investigation on assigned day – Look for media correlations (read aloud, video streaming, etc.) – Help facilitate investigation and discussion

  • FOSS KitsFOSS Kits -- PicturesPicturesFOSS Kits FOSS Kits PicturesPictures

  • FOSS KitsFOSS Kits -- PicturesPicturesFOSS Kits FOSS Kits PicturesPictures

  • Connecting Literature and ScienceConnecting Literature and ScienceConnecting Literature and ScienceConnecting Literature and Science

    • Hubert Invents the Wheel by Claire and Monte Montgomery M i h S i• Met with Science Coordinators

    • Teacher Read Alouds• Teacher Read Alouds • Set up centers in

    libraryb a y • Force and Motion and

    Invention Research

  • TEKSTEKSTEKSTEKS Third Grade • (6) Science concepts The student knows that forces cause change The student is expected to:(6) Science concepts. The student knows that forces cause change. The student is expected to: • (A) measure and record changes in the position and direction of the motion of an object to which

    a force such as a push or pull has been applied; Fourth Grade • (5) Science concepts. The student knows that complex systems may not work if some parts are

    removed The student is expected to:removed. The student is expected to: • (A) identify and describe the roles of some organisms in living systems such as plants in a

    schoolyard, and parts in nonliving systems such as a light bulb in a circuit; and • (B) predict and draw conclusions about what happens when part of a system is removed. Fifth Grade • (3) Scientific processes The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem solving to make• (3) Scientific processes. The student uses critical thinking and scientific problem solving to make

    informed decisions. The student is expected to: • (A) analyze, review, and critique scientific explanations, including hypotheses and theories, as to

    their strengths and weaknesses using scientific evidence and information; • (B) draw inferences based on information related to promotional materials for products and

    services;services; • (D) evaluate the impact of research on scientific thought, society, and the environment; and • (E) connect Grade 5 science concepts with the history of science and contributions of scientists.

  • Planning Science In the LMCPlanning Science In the LMCPlanning Science In the LMCPlanning Science In the LMC

    • What TEKS do we lack good resources toWhat TEKS do we lack good resources to teach?

    • What concepts (TEKS) need• What concepts (TEKS) need reinforcement? (Hubert Invents the Wheel) Wh t d t h d h l t hi• What do teachers need help teaching, because they lack the time or skills to find

    d l ?resources and lessons?

  • TEKS 8(C) 4TEKS 8(C) 4thth GradeGradeTEKS 8(C) 4TEKS 8(C) 4 GradeGrade 8(C) identify the kinds of species that lived in the

    past and compare them to existing speciespast and compare them to existing species.

    T tb k t d t• Textbook was not adequate.

    • Teacher did not have time to locate species and• Teacher did not have time to locate species and their pre-historic relatives and couldn’t find another teacher who had a great lesson.another teacher who had a great lesson.

  • Librarians to the RescueLibrarians to the RescueLibrarians to the RescueLibrarians to the Rescue

    • Search skills + time give us great resources Discovery Channel “Meet the Beast” –

    Gives facts about prehistoric animals and their closest relatives. http://dsc.discovery.com/convergence/beasts/photo/photo.html

    • Integrate library skills and other resources. Britannica – Online Encyclopedia

    Kidspiration – Venn Diagram

  • Meaningful Multimedia ProjectMeaningful Multimedia ProjectMeaningful Multimedia ProjectMeaningful Multimedia Project

  • If you can’tIf you can’tIf you can t If you can t collaborate…elaborate!collaborate…elaborate!collaborate…elaborate!collaborate…elaborate!

    Carol Richmond, Wilson Carol Richmond, Wilson ,, ElementaryElementary Denton ISDDenton ISDDenton ISDDenton ISD

  • Fifth grade science videosFifth grade science videosFifth grade science videosFifth grade science videos

    • Divide fifth grade conductor, insulatorDivide fifth grade science vocabulary into groups of words

    ,

    compound, mixture, properties

    carbon Cycle, carbon dioxide,

    • Assign a group of words to each groups

    y photosynthesis, oxygen, respiration,

    transpiration

    nitrogen Cycle , nitrogen

    of 3-4 students decay, decomposer food chain, food web, carnivore , herbivore,

    omnivoreomnivore

    consumers, producer

    water Cycle, precipitation, evaporation, condensation

  • Fifth grade Science VideosFifth grade Science VideosFifth grade Science VideosFifth grade Science Videos

    • Research the word groupsResearch the word groups • Write a script or make a story board

    S i t l• Script approval • Practice • Video tape • Edit using Windows Movie MakerEdit using Windows Movie Maker • Movie Marathon

  • heat, temperature, heat energyheat, temperature, heat energyheat, temperature, heat energyheat, temperature, heat energy

    • Heat is a form of energy that moves from one gy object to another as a result of a difference in temperature. It usually moves from a hot object to a cooler object The cooler objectobject to a cooler object. The cooler object absorbs this energy and becomes warmer.

    • Ordinary matter is made of atoms andOrdinary matter is made of atoms and molecules, which are always in motion. As the molecules in an object move faster, the h t i th bj t A th h theat energy in the object grows. As the heat of the object increases, so does the temperature. te pe atu e

    "heat." Britannica Elementary Encyclopedia. 2008. Encyclopædia Britannica Online School Edition. 21 Jan. 2008 .

  • Turtle and His PeepsTurtle and His PeepsTurtle and His PeepsTurtle and His Peeps

  • Cheezy Puppet ShowCheezy Puppet ShowCheezy Puppet ShowCheezy Puppet Show

    Instinct

    Learned Behaviors

  • Feedback from the ClassroomFeedback from the ClassroomFeedback from the Clas