STANDARD 1 - INSTRUCTION: INQUIRE, THINK CRITICALLY, AND GAIN KNOWLEDGE 

                       Examples of how the LIS might achieve these expectations are by instructing students in a research process to solve problems or

                       make decisions by using information, by instructing students in MLA (Modern Language Association) format, by instructing students in                                 copyright guidelines, or by demonstrating the use of technology such as Blogging, Internet searching,  Atrium/OPAC and TEL

                       (Tennessee 2 Rev 2016

                       Examples of how the LIS might build upon students’ prior knowledge are by utilizing  a KWL chart (what a student already knows,

                       what a student wants to know, and what a student has already learned) and/or opening lessons with guided questions.

                       A minimum of 3-5 pieces of evidence (artifacts) to support each standard, including those that may not be seen during an instructional                                 observation, will be presented in a portfolio at or before the pre-conference. 

                       Note: OPAC lesson and guided questions are noted in lesson plans.

              STANDARD 2- INSTRUCTION: DRAW CONCLUSIONS, MAKE INFORMED DECISIONS, APPLY KNOWLEDGE TO

NEW SITUATIONS,AND CREATE NEW KNOWLEDGE

                   

                          Examples  of how the LIS might teach students the ethical and responsible use of technology, are lessons on copy right, Internet safety,

                          lessons on intellectual freedom.

                          Examples of how the LIS might provide opportunities for students to respond to literature and creative expressions of ideas in various formats would be

                          through writing, multimedia presentations, or artistic interpretations.

   

                          Examples of how the LIS might differentiate instruction based on student needs may be by providing activities or resources on different Lexile levels, or                                       modifying lesson tasks to accommodate various student learning levels.

                          A minimum of 3-5 pieces of evidence(artifacts) to support each standard, including those that may not be seen during an instructional observation,

                          will be presented in a portfolio at or before the pre-conference.

STANDARD 3 - ENVIRONMENT: SPACE, RESOURCES, and ROUTINES 

 

                          Examples of how the LIS could meet these expectations are by displaying literacy based bulletin boards, creating reading corners, posting reading-                                               related posters, creating book displays, using signage in the library, and/or providing a variety of resources, posting rules and consequences, and leaving

                          top and bottom shelving open (when possible) in order to make materials more accessible.

                          The LIS should provide a library orientation session at the beginning of the school year for teachers and students.

                          Examples of how the LIS ensures that the library media center is well maintained, resources are up-to-date, and in good repair, are through evidence of

                          on-going and consistent weeding of the collection following the guidelines in the SCS Library Procedure Manual .Well maintained also means that the

                          library books are shelved in proper shelf-list order and are neat in appearance.

                          A minimum of3-5 pieces of evidence(artifacts) to support each standard, including those that may not be seen during an instructional observation

                          will be presented in a portfolio at or before the pre-conference. 

STANDARD 4 - PROFESSIONALISM and PROGRAMMATIC GROWTH 

                          Examples of promotional activities to promote literacy are sponsoring bookclubs, book fairs, Read for the Record events, Read Across America events

                          Teen Read Week events, Teen Tech Week events, Children’s Book Week events, National Library Week/Month events, or Library Card Sign-Up Month.

                          The LIS could work closely with the nearest public library branch. Garden Club

                          The LIS might have a reading corner, book displays, literacy related posters in the library, or reading related bulletin boards.

                          The LIS could promote student essay contests & publish/display examples of student writing.

          Promotional activities that are already scheduled but have not yet occurred can be used in the portfolio as long as proper evidence of planning can be

                          shown. Reading Fair

                 

  Examples of how the LIS might achieve the goal of providing a wide variety of genres and multicultural materials are through conducting regular 

                          collection analysis, consulting book reviews in professional journals and peer reviews and/or performing surveys of the school community.

                          A minimum of 3-5 pieces of evidence (artifacts) to support each standard, including those that may not be seen during an instructional observation will be          

                          presented in a portfolio at or before the pre-conference 

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