Modified Bibliography Grades 2, 3, 4

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TURN YOUNG RESEARCHERS INTO DIGITAL CITIZENS BY TEACHING THEM HOW TO GIVE SOURCES CREDIT IN A WAY THAT’S DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE FOR THEM. 

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Description

Do you wish your students would give credit to their sources; even when they research online?  Are you wondering how you can scaffold bibliography skills and the process for them?  

I was feeling overwhelmed by how much my 4th and 5th graders needed to learn in order to create a proper bibliography, and decided it was time to start introducing bibliographies to the youngest researchers

Beginning in 1st and 2nd grade, researchers can learn how to cite sources in a way that makes sense for their developmental characteristics and writing abilities.

💜 YOU WILL LOVE ALL OF THE WAYS YOU CAN DIFFERENTIATE FOR YOUR STUDENTS WHILE MAKING SURE THEY STILL CITE THEIR SOURCES! 

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Included

AFTER downloading this resource you’ll get:

Standards Based lesson that outlines how to teach students as young as 7 to write a bibliography. Standards are listed below. 

Word Scramble activity to help children recall the definition of a bibliography. This activity is great for students to complete independently or in pairs. 

Bibliography poster in color and B&W that helps students remember what a bibliography is and common elements included. The color poster is great for classroom display. The B&W posters are perfect for student handouts. 

Notes about how to use each handout for each grade level.

QR Code handouts that link to tutorial videos. Each video outlines how to create a bibliography with differing levels of complexity. They are great for stations and reteaching the process. All are available in color or black & white. 

Blank Bibliography recording sheets. These are great for any researcher who requires no support of what to include in their cited sources.

Bibliography recording sheets that support researchers by reminding them what to include in the citation. 

Interactive bibliography sheets that include a QR Code link to an instructional video right next to the bibliography recording sheet. This allows students to practice while they learn the skill. This is perfect for stations and independent work that may be completed outside of the classroom or library.

🖥️ Digital Bibliography sheets that students can complete in Google Slides™. 

Standards

This activity addresses the following standards:

AASL:

  • Ethically using and reproducing others’ work.
  • Acknowledging authorship and demonstrating respect for the intellectual property of others.

CSTA: 

  • Use public domain or creative commons media, and refrain from copying or using material created by others without permission.

CCSS W:

  • Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.

ALSO ADDRESSES ISTE STANDARDS