Resource-based Learning Activities Information Literacy for High School Students by Ann Bleakley, Jackie L. Carrigan
  

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Resource-based Learning Activities Information Literacy for High School Students by Ann Bleakley, Jackie L. Carrigan

This text is aimed at achieving information literacy, going beyond basic library-skills instruction to incorporate different research activities into regular classroom lessons as an integral part of the curriculum. Subjects represented include English, social studies and vocational education.

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Paperback
320 pages

Author

Ann Bleakley, Jackie L. Carrigan
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Publication date

31st July 1994

ISBN

9780838934432


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