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LIBRARIAN’S INSTRUCTIONAL ROLE







               COMING SOON

              What Primary Sources Teach
            Lessons for Every Classroom

                      JEN HOYER, KAITLIN H. HOLT, AND
            JULIA PELAEZ WITH BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY,
            FOREWORD BY NATIBA GUY-CLEMENT
             “ skills and utilizing archival resources for librarians, teachers,
                A comprehensive and modernized look at teaching research
              and educators. From analyzing historical maps and documents
              to developing a research question, this text helps facilitate the
              research process with all the necessary tools to prepare young
              people to be successful. ”
                    —Rachel Chapman, MSLIS, NYCDOE School Librarian, April 21, 2022


                  This book of adaptable lesson plans takes                 September 2022 ,  160pp ,  7x10
                                                                           Paperback: 978-1-4408-7855-8
            the guesswork out of teaching with                              $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €44,00
            primary sources.                                               eBook: 978-1-4408-7856-5

                                                                           SAMPLE T OPICS
            What Primary Sources Teach provides practical and transferable lesson   •   Archives  •  K–12 Education
            plans focused on skill-based instruction, including step-by-step instructions;
            ideas for differentiation; corresponding teaching tools, such as worksheets   •  Building  •  Research Skills
                                                                             Student Agency
            and activity templates; and suggestions for assessment. This book includes        •  Standards-Aligned
                                                                                               Teaching
            resources that are intuitive to classroom teachers and easily adoptable by   •  Differentiation
            librarians and informal educators tasked with translating their current primary   •  Diverse   •  Teaching with
                                                                             Classroom Types
                                                                                               Primary Sources
            source-based instruction to a K–12 environment.
                                                                           •  Information Literacy
            This book celebrates the role of primary source education and provides a
            wide range of educators with a shared language for articulating the relevance
            of teaching with primary sources. The reader will build confidence delivering
            primary source-based instruction as they work their way through the lesson     JEN HOYER  is electronic resources and technical
            plans, tools, and resources offered in this book. Eventually, they will feel   services librarian at CUNY City College of
                                                                           Technology.
            comfortable designing lesson plans of their own for primary source–based
            instruction.                                                   KAITLIN H. HOLT  is the associate director
                                                                           of Interpretation and Programs at the Central
              FEATURES                                                     Park Conservancy.
            •  Skill-based adaptable lesson plans rooted in use of primary sources  JULIA PELAEZ is an educator at the Brooklyn
                                                                           Public Library’s Center for Brooklyn History.
            •  A chapter that helps instructors adapt lesson plans to meet the needs of
              diverse learners and classroom types                         BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY (BPL) was
                                                                           established in 1896 and is one of the nation’s
            •  Lessons include Common Core State Standards and Guidelines for Teaching   largest public library systems with more than
              With Primary Sources (SAA-ACRL/RBMS 2018) alignment as a resource   850,000 active cardholders.
              for articulating the benefits of primary source-based instruction to K–12
              instructional leads and administrators










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