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review of library terms

What is on the spine of the book that tells the books location? Call #
A book that is a story with pictures belongs in which section? Easy
A book that is a story with chapters belongs in which section? Fiction
A book that gives information belongs in which section? Nonfiction
A book that is about a person belongs in which section? Biography
What do we use to look up the call # of a book? OPAC
What is the name of the recipie that we use to solve problems? WWW.USE or The Big 6
What is step 1-W? What is my problem?
What is step 2-W? What sources do I need?
What is step 3-W? Where are my sources?
What is step 4-U? Use the sources.
What is step 5-S? Synthesize or Solve the Problem
What is step 6-E? Evaluate
What is it called when we take good notes and leave the 'unwanted' in the source? Trash and Treasure
What is on the call # of an Easy book? E, Author's last name
What is on the call # of a Fiction book? FIC, Author's last name
What is on the call # of a Biography? B, Person's last name
What is on the call # of a Nonfiction book? Numbers, Author's last name
In what step of the Big 6 do you ask any questions you might have? Step 1: What is my problem?
Which is not a good source of information? nonfiction book, fiction book, Internet fiction book--it's a story
'Farm Animals' would be a book from which section? Nonfiction
'Clifford's First Sleepover' would be a book from which section? Easy
'Benjamin Franklin' would be a book from which section? Biography
'Little House on the Prarie' would be a book from which section? Fiction
What is the name of your FABULOUS librarian? :)
Created by: jhulbert
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