The Adventures of Super3: A Teacher's Guide to Information Literacy for Grades K-2
134 pages • 8½ x 11
This book offers the most dynamic, simplest way to teach students the concept of the Super3, enabling them to effortlessly remember and apply it to their educational or everyday life.
Kids across the globe understand and are captivated by the concept of a superhero flying in to solve a problem. It's this universal appeal and fun factor that makes Super3 so powerful. From kindergarten through second grade, the proven Super3 method gives young children an easy-to-remember action plan for success.
Information literacy and effective problem solving are increasingly important skills for students to have. The Super3 strategy of "plan, do, and review," created by Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz, brought information literacy to young children and made an abstract concept easy to understand and apply. Now this book can revolutionize the way teachers teach the concept of the Super3 for outstanding results in both the classroom and school library environment.
The Adventures of Super3: A Teacher's Guide to Information Literacy for Grades K-2 contains a collection of dynamic lesson plans that library media specialists or classroom instructors can use to teach problem-solving strategies to children in kindergarten through second grade. Problems range from finding the meaning of a word to picking the right pet for a family. Each lesson contains performance objectives, lesson time-frame, engagement, activities, closure, assessment, and suggested children's literature. Also included are printable materials for each lesson and a DVD with two entertaining animated shorts.
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