Introduction

  1. 2TPSNVA Program Introduction
  2. How to Use This Handbook

1Part I: Become a LOC.gov Patron

2Chapter 1: Explore LOC.gov

  1. 3Learn More about the Library of Congress
  2. 4Exploration 1: Purpose for using Library Resources
  3. 5Exploration 2: Library of Congress Patron Descriptions
  4. 6Exploration 3: Understanding How Patrons Use Library Search Boxes
  5. 7Preparation for Orientation Activity: My Library Links
  6. 8Orientation Activity (Novice): Library of Congress Scavenger Hunt
  7. 9Orientation Activity (Novice): A Library of Congress Visitor Search Guide
  8. 10Orientation Activity (Experienced): Exploring the Library of Congress via the Internet
  9. 12Orientation Activity (Advanced): Research Center Overview and Search Box
  10. 13Library of Congress Research Centers Overview

19Chapter 2: Develop American Memory Expertise

  1. 20Exploration 4: Defining Primary Sources
  2. 21Exploration 5: What is American Memory?
  3. 22Exploration 6: Learning American Memory Collections
  4. 23Exploration 7: Getting to Know the American Memory Collection Home Pages
  5. 25Exploration 8: Three Strategies for Searching in American Memory Part 1
  6. 26Exploration 8: Three Strategies for Searching in American Memory Part 2
  7. 27Exploration 8: Three Strategies for Searching in American Memory Part 3
  8. 28Exploration 9: Create Plan for an American Memory Search
  9. 29Additional Resources for Exploration 9
  10. 30Learning American Memory Collections

45Chapter 3: Research with the Prints & Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC)

  1. 46Learn More about the PPOC
  2. 47Getting to the Prints and Photographs Reading Room
  3. 48Exploration 10: Learning Prints and Photographs Collections
  4. 49Exploration 11: Building Library of Congress Search Plans
  5. 50Learning Prints and Photographs Collections

56Part II: Develop Technical Skills for LOC.gov Patrons

58Chapter 4: Save Items from a Search at LOC.gov

  1. 59Locating the Title of an item in a collection
  2. 60 - 61Saving a Permanent URL
  3. 62 - 63Locating the Area of the Library of Congress Web site
  4. 64 - 65Locating the Library of Congress Collection for an item
  5. 66 - 67 Locating the URL of an Image
  6. 68Citing Sources

69Chapter 5: Work with Digital Primary Sources

  1. 70 - 71 Saving an Image
  2. 72 - 73 Inserting an Image into a Word Document
  3. 73 - 74 Inserting a Permanent URL into a Word Document
  4. 75Using the Callout Tool in Microsoft Word
  5. 76Using the Crop Tool: Zoom-In Inquiry Directions

77Part III: Design Primary Source-Based Lesson Plans

80Chapter 6: Use the Primary Source Lesson Plan Collection

  1. 81Purpose of the Lesson Plan Collection
  2. 82Types of Materials in the Primary Source Lesson Plan Collection
  3. 83Primary Source Lesson Plan Design
  4. 86Publishing Rubric for Lesson Plans Collection

90Chapter 7: Building a Primary Source Lesson Plan

  1. 91Exploration 12: Big Ideas of a Primary Source Learning Design
  2. 92Exploration 13: Defining Understanding Goals
  3. 93Exploration 14: Choosing an Investigative Question
  4. 94Exploration 15: Writing a Description
  5. 95Example Understanding Goals and Investigative Questions
  6. 97Exploration 16: Writing an Analysis of Student Learning
  7. 99Exploration 17: Writing Reflections and Recommendations

100Part IV: Explore Model Lesson Plans

101Chapter 8: Introduction Model Lesson Plans

  1. 102Images Draw You In Introduction Model Activity
  2. 103Sample Questions for Images Draw You In
  3. 104Bloom's Taxonomy
  4. 105Example Introduction with Differentiated Content
  5. 106Example Introduction with Differentiated Process
  6. 107Example Introduction with Differentiated Product
  7. 108"Sort It Out": Introduction Model Activity

111Chapter 9: Investigation Model Lesson Plans

  1. 112Pre-Reading Strategies
  2. 116During Reading Strategies
  3. 119Post-Reading Strategies
  4. 122Exploring Primary Source-Based Instruction: The literacy connection
  5. 123Overview of SCIM-C Strategy
  6. 124SCIM-C Worksheet
  7. 125Cracking the Code
  8. 127Making Sense of Letters
  9. 128Rereading to Make Sense of Letters
  10. 129Photograph Analysis Sheet
  11. 130Photograph Analysis Worksheet
  12. 131Photo Analysis Guide for Photographs in a Series (Novice)
  13. 132Photo Analysis Guide for Photographs in a Series (Expert)
  14. 133Elements of Cartooning
  15. 134Cartoon Analysis Guide
  16. 135Map Analysis Worksheet
  17. 136Music Analysis Sheet
  18. 137Scan, Examine, Analyse, Compare Analysis Sheet (Novice)
  19. 138Scan, Examine, Analyse, Compare Analysis Sheet (Advanced)
  20. 139Compare Artifacts Venn Diagram

141Chapter 10: Formal Assessment Model Activity Lesson Segments

  1. 142Student Products and Performances Ideas
  2. 143What's in Your Pocket and Life in a Box: Performance Assessment Model Activities
  3. 145Life in a Box
  4. 146Life in a Box Analysis Worksheet
  5. 147Example 1: Your Life in a Box Student Project
  6. 148Example 2: Visual Representation of a Person's Life
  7. 149Example 3: Create PowerPoint Presentation
  8. 150Example 4: Your Chance to Write History!
  9. 151Example 5: Role Play Presentation
  10. 152Example 6: Create a Monument
  11. 153Example 7: Create an Expository Essay
  12. 154Example 8: Write an Obituary or News Report
  13. 155Example 9: 3 - 2 - 1

Part VI: LibraryQuests

  1. 76Cover
  2. 77Agendas for Six-Day LibraryQuest Institute
  3. 78Day 6
  4. 79The Understanding by Design Handbook, Performance Task - GRASPS (link to another page)
  5. 80Pre-Institute Planning Form
  6. 81Choosing a Topic
  7. 82Pre-LibraryQuest Skills Strategies for Effective Primary Source Use
  8. 83Evaluate a Current LibraryQuest on PrimarySourceLearning.org
  9. 84Primary Source Learning Web Quest Criteria
  10. 85Day One LibraryQuest Planning Tool