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Teaching with Literary Reference Center
October's focus is best practices for reading on the screen in INFOhio's Monday Mini Lessons. Learn more about how to use informational text articles from Literary Reference Center to support reading digital text in remote teaching for middle and high school students. Literary Reference Center contains information on thousands of authors and their texts, including analyses of works from all time periods. Research authors such as James Baldwin, Alice Walker, and Marilynne Robinson. Explore analyses of classics such as Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird and contemporary literature like Atonement by Ian McEwan or Life after Life by Kate Atkinson.
In this Literary Reference Center mini lesson the standard focus is on the Ohio Learning Standards, English Language Arts, Reading Informational Text, Craft and Structure:
The Best Practices for Digital Reading components include:
Previous experience and an introduction to using Literary Reference Center or other EBSCO databases such as Academic Search Premier and Points of View Reference Center as tools for learning will be helpful for students throughout this lesson.
Watch the October, Monday Mini Lessons: Using Literary Reference Center to Teach Best Practices for Digital Reading and reflect on how you can modify this lesson to use in your own teaching practice.