Lesson 1: Citing sources of information (Bibliography)
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Strand
- 3 Objective
- 4 Preknowledge
- 5 Preknowledge
- 6 Media
- 7 Assessment
- 8 Summary
This is a modified version of a lesson plan which was originally prepared by the participants of the Library & Information Litercy Pilot Project, spearheaded by School Library Services, Trinidad and Tobago.
Intellectual Property Issues
Strategies/Questions to guide learning
- Why do you need to know this information?
- Show different media and explain how copyright affects them all.
- How to locate the different pieces of information needed for bibliographies e.g. recording year, place, company, etc.
MLA format sequence for recording information
Play music of a popular artist using two CDs; one original and one pirated. Question: Do you notice any differences in the packaging of the CDs? Now do you see any differences? How to identify original material.
- Visual and Performing Arts
- Computer Studies
- Social Studies
Follow up/Continuation Activities
Make Bibliographies available in the library