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Conference presentation PowerPoint
Collaboration
Instruction
Assessment
BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER
Integrating content standards with information
skills to foster higher-order thinking and
independent learning
THIRD GRADE SCIENCE GPS

S3CS6 Researches: Students will question
scientific claims and arguments effectively.

Element: S3CS6a Support Claims With Facts
and Sources
Support statements with facts found in books,
articles, and databases, and identify the sources
used.
THIRD GRADE SCIENCE GPS
 S3L1
Habitats: Students will
investigate the habitats of different
organisms and the dependence of
organisms on their habitat.
Element: S3L1a Habitats of Georgia
Differentiate between habitats of Georgia (mountains,
marsh/swamp, coast, Piedmont, Atlantic Ocean) and the
organisms that live there.
 Element: S3L1b Features of Georgia Plants
Identify features of green plants that allow them to live and
thrive in different regions of Georgia.
 Element: S3L1c Features of Georgia Animals
Identify features of animals that allow them to live and
thrive in different regions of Georgia.
 Element: S3L1d Results of Change in Habitat
Explain what will happen to an organism if the habitat is
changed.

THIRD GRADE ELA GPS

ELA3R2 Vocabulary: The student acquires and
uses grade-level words to communicate effectively.


Element: ELA3R2.a Vocabulary
Reads literary and informational texts and incorporates
new words into oral and written language.
ELA3R3 Comprehension: The student uses a
variety of strategies to gain meaning from grade-level
text.
Element: ELA3R3.o Comprehension
Uses titles, table of contents, and chapter headings to
locate information quickly and accurately and to preview
text.
 Element: ELA3R3.r Comprehension
Applies dictionary, thesaurus, and glossary skills to
determine word meanings.

THIRD GRADE ELA GPS

ELA3W2 Informational: The student produces
informational writing (e.g., procedures, report,
correspondence) that:


Element: ELA3W2f Informational
Uses a variety of resources (encyclopedias, Internet,
books)to research and share information on a topic.
ELA3C1 Conventions: The student demonstrates
understanding and control of the rules of the English
language, realizing that usage involves the
appropriate application of conventions and grammar
in both written and spoken formats.

Element: ELA3C1.j Conventions
Uses resources (encyclopedias, Internet, books) to research
and share information about a topic.
AASL INFORMATION LITERACY
STANDARDS

LEARNERS USE SKILLS, RESOURCES, &
TOOLS TO:

Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge.
1.1.3 Develop and refine a range of questions to frame the
search for new understanding.
 1.1.4 Find, evaluate, and select appropriate sources to
answer questions.
 1.1.5 Evaluate information found in selected sources on the
basis of accuracy, validity, appropriateness for needs,
importance, and social and cultural context.
 1.1.6 Read, view, and listen for information presented in
any format (e.g., textual, visual, media, digital) in order to
make inferences and gather meaning.

CLASSROOM TEACHER: DEFINING THE EQ
The topic of my
My research questions are:
is
MEDIA SPECIALIST: IDENTIFYING KEY
WORDS AND RESEARCH PROCEDURES
The keywords I will use to search are:
Source of
Information (Title)
1
2
3
Type of info
(Book/ web site)
Two important things
I learned from this resource
GEORGIA, MY STATE HABITAT BOOKS
From State Standards Publishing
http://www.statestandardspublishing.com/
REFLECTION AND ASSESSMENT
The best source I found was
because
3
2
1
Sources
Uses 3 sources (1 book
and 2 web sites)
Uses 2 sources (1 book
and 1 web site)
Uses 0 to 1 source
Research
6-9 total facts from all
sources
3-5 total facts from all
sources
Less than 3 facts from
all sources
Citation
Lists the title/type of all
3 resources
Lists the title/type of 12 resources
Does not list the
title/type of resource
Evaluation
Lists the most helpful
resource and why
Lists the most helpful
resource but doesn’t
explain why
Does not list the most
helpful resource or
explain why
COMPLETED ORGANIZER: ATLANTIC OCEAN
HABITAT
COMPLETED RUBRIC: ATLANTIC OCEAN
HABITAT
COMPLETED ORGANIZER: MOUNTAIN
HABITAT
Source
title
and
type
At least 2
facts
from
each
source
Reflection
COMPLETED RUBRIC: MOUNTAIN HABITAT
COMPLETED HABITATS FLIP BOOK
COMPLETED HABITATS FLIP BOOK
MORE EVIDENCE OF AUTHENTIC LEARNING
This picture shows
students answering
a Dr. Suess trivia
question using a
nonfiction book to
answer the question.
They’d become so
confident in their
research skills that
the overwhelming
majority of correct
answers to the
questions came from
3rd grade students!

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