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WebPath Express – a better way to search than Google

Use WebPath Express to search educator-approved websites, then focus the results by grade-level and lexile! You do NOT need to be logged in to the library website to use, and it’s accessible by everyone…students, parents, teachers, etc. I’ve attached directions for you to try it out, and have so far shown grades 3-5 how to use it. Let me know if you would like me to come into any classrooms to work on this!

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Library – a quiet place to study

The library will be a “quiet zone” for the next two weeks, with computers and phones to be used for educational purposes only and noisy conversations to be held elsewhere. The quiet zone begins Monday!

EE and PP students – Reference reminders!

  1. Make sure every reference in your reference list is matched somewhere in your paper, either in sentence form or in-text citation. If it’s not in your paper, it shouldn’t be on your Reference List.
  2. The IB requires that you add the access date for all online references…you will need to do this manually! Here is an example:

Bratton, K. (2018, January 3). Where have all the flowers gone? Bayside High News, p. 4. Retrieved on August 23, 2018, from

http://www.baysidenews.org/editorial/8675309

 

Stop by the library with questions or see you Thursdays at our EE/PP Support Sessions!

8th Grade – artist visit on Thursday

8th graders will work with Jenny Wang, visiting artist, upstairs in the cafeteria during block 2 on Thursday, NOT in the LGR as originally scheduled. Please bring a drawing notebook (or regular notebook or paper), pencil, and eraser to the session, since you will be sketching.

Book Week schedules

Don’t forget to dress as your favorite book character on Friday! Please remember that the school dress code must still be followed.

Book Fair Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Book Exchange in the library all week.

Author signing on Friday in the library after the PYP Assembly.

Dress as your favorite book character!

Parents, teachers, and students of all ages! Come dressed as your favorite book character on Friday in support of Book Week! Please remember that the student dress code must still be followed.

Challenge: Write a novel in 30 days!!!!

Are you up for a challenge? How about trying to write a book in 30 days? You set your own goal…1,000 words? 10,000 words? Join us at NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), sign up, and use this classroom code to join the NIS Writing Lions: IYDATFDQ. Teachers, students, parents…who will accept the challenge?!?

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