Ace It Information Literacy - Set of 4

Ace It Information Literacy - Set of 4
    Code: ACEIT102
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    ISBN: 9780766033955
    Format: Reinforced Hardcover
    Publisher: Enslow Publishing
    Series: Ace It Information Literacy
    Ages: 9 to 13
    Size: 7½ X 9¼
    Total Pages: 48
    For Grades: 3 to 7
    Accelerated Reader: Yes
    List Price: $95.72
    Publisher's School and Library Price: $71.80
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    This lively series of elementary-level books focuses on different aspects of information literacy. Each book is informational and uses chapter format, simple sentences, and clear examples. Each book includes student models that illustrate well-executed (or poorly executed) skills.

    Inside- Ace Your Creative Writing Project

    Each book includes:

    • Full-color Photographs
    • Glossary
    • Index

    Titles include:

    Ace Your Creative Writing Project

    Ever wonder where novelists, poets, and other writers get their ideas? Author Dana Meachen Rau explores how some writers take ordinary things and make them special, and how others use their imaginations to create new worlds for readers to explore. From short stories to poetry and personal narratives, the basics of a variety of creative writing styles and terms are explained—along with suggestions for facing the "scary blank page" and making your writing more exciting.

    Ace Your Oral or Multimedia Presentation

    Giving a presentation may sound scary, but it doesn't have to give you nightmares! From advice on note-taking and writing to suggestions on how much music and illustrations you should include, Ace Your Oral Or Multimedia Presentation makes it easy to go step-by-step through the writing process to create and give a memorable presentation.

    Ace Your Writing Assignment

    The author of this book explains why prewriting and revising are necessary to create your best work. She even offers some suggestions for "publishing" your final work by giving it to friends and family, or creating your own book!

    Master the Library and Media Center

    There are a lot of books and many other sources of information at the library, so how do you find what you need? This book explores the resources in the library or media center—from encyclopedias and periodicals, to databases and audiobooks. And don't forget the most important resource of all—the librarians and media specialists. Researching information for a school project or your favorite topic is easy, if you know where to look!