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Title We solve it! / editor Marianne Punshon
Published Carlton, Vic. : School Library Association of Victoria, [2002]


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 W'PONDS  028.5 Pun/Wsi  AVAILABLE
Description xiv, 161 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm
Contents Six honest serving men / Rudyard Kipling -- Introduction / Ross Todd -- Section One. Wondering -- 1. WE SOLVE it!: Wonder, Explore, Select, Organise, Link, Vivify, Evaluate / Marianne Punshon -- 2. School libraries make a positive difference: a review of six research studies / Dianne Oberg -- 3. Developing an information literacy policy / Gerry Ferretter and Mary Manning -- 4. Flexible timetabling in a library resource centre: can it work? / Jan Schmidt-Loeliger -- 5. Guidlines for writing bibliographies / Marianne Punshon -- 6. Making the most of the State Library of Victoria / Sue Trevillian -- 7. Reality rules: choosing the best in Australian non-fiction / Christine Oughtred -- 8. The literature of fact: non-fiction text types / Marianne Punshon -- 9. Help Ms. (or Sir) I have to write a report! / June Loves -- 10. Criteria for evaluating www pages / Marianne Punshon -- 11. Auditing tools for a thinking curriculum / Chris Perry -- 12. Student review and teacher evaluation of the information literary process / Marianne Punshon -- 13. Using the Museum Victoria web page / Janet Marlow and John Stewart -- Section Two. Solving -- 14. Level One. Expectations and outcomes (Marianne Punshon); What's in a name? (Sue Trevillian); What would you find in Grandma's attic? (Rhonda Cahill) -- 15. Level Two. Expectations and outcomes (Marianne Punson); Have you seen my bug? (Rhonda Cahill); Learning to explore and select: alphabet skills (Sue Trevillian and Linda Sindel); Wondering about elephants with Kidspiration (Kim Gordon); Antarctic infobergs: Grade 2 create non-fiction texts (Kaye Hunter); Using guided readers to resource an animal research project (Marianne Punshon) -- 16. Level Three. Expectations and outcomes (Marianne Punson); Exploring a library trail (Denise Roberts); Selecting and organising information (Denise Boyko); Visual literacy: people, place and time (Marianne Punshon); Roving reporters: supporting a classroom 'disaster' theme (Kaye Hunter and Chris Smithfield) -- 17. Level Four. Expectations and outcomes (Marianne Punshon); Rresource-based learning: co-operating to teach information literacy (Jan Schmidt-Loeliger); Mythical creatures: response to a media text and research project (Denise Boyko); Author quest (Marianne Punshon); Solving it with Inspiration: Gold in Victoria (Nina Netherway); 'Just in time learning': developing note-taking skills (Sue Trevillian).000000000
Summary We solve it!: approaches to information literacy
Notes "Approaches to information literacy"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Library orientation.
Study skills -- Study and teaching (Primary)
Information retrieval -- Study and teaching (Primary)
Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Australia -- Victoria.
Information retrieval -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Australia -- Victoria.
Research -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Australia -- Victoria.
Information literacy -- Study and teaching.
Information retrieval -- Study and teaching.
Information literacy -- Study and teaching -- Australia.
Information retrieval -- Study and teaching -- Australia.
School libraries -- Aims and objectives -- Australia.
Author Punshon, Marianne
School Library Association of Victoria.
LC no. 00002361
ISBN 0909978239 paperback
Other Titles We Solve It! : approaches to information literacy