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CDNIS INFORMATION LITERACY Scope and Sequence PR to Grade 6

Code: E = Expose I = Introduce R = Reinforce C = Consolidate P R P 1 2 3 4 5 6 R

LOCATING INFORMATION Understand and use terminology: cover, spine, pages I R R C title, author, illustrator, barcode, spine E I R R C label series, index, glossary, table of I R C contents, headings, sub-headings, call number Demonstrate awareness of book I R C organization on shelves (left to right, top to bottom, etc.) Recognize that Easy Reading and Fiction I R R C books are arranged alphabetically according to the author's surname Locate Fiction and Easy Reading books by E I R R C authors surname Understand that non-fiction resources are E I R C organized by the Dewey Decimal Classification System Locate non-fiction materials using Dewey Decimal Classification System: by general category by specific call number Use OPAC effectively for basic keyword, subject, author and title searches Locate periodicals/magazines and reference section of the library Use special reference tools (both hard copy and online): Dictionary Globe/Maps Encyclopaedia Atlas Thesaurus Distinguish characteristics and uses of primary sources: E I R R R C E I R R R E I R R R I R C

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Surveys (in person or with Survey Monkey) Interviews (in person or on Skype) Newspaper articles Emails Autobiographies Government documents Distinguish characteristics and uses of secondary sources: Nonfiction books Magazines Encyclopaedia Newspaper articles and editorials Biographies Use appropriate (content-specific) on-line resources to locate information: Teacher selected websites developmentally appropriate search engines Define search parameters using: Key words Boolean operators Understand how an interview is done differently when using an online digital tool Use communication tools (e.g. First Class, Skype, iChat, MSN) to conduct interviews and get primary sources of information Know how to find relevant video tutorials online for skill development Understand the use of and create tags on web resources to locate information Use input devices (e.g. keyboard, mouse, track-pad manipulation) and output devices (e.g. monitor, printer) efficiently and effectively Determine which technology is the most appropriate tool for the task Transfer files to/from an external device (e.g. USB memory stick, external hard drive, CD ROM)

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Use folders to manage and maintain computer files on student home directory, hard drive or other storage medium Use Spotlight or Easyfind to locate files on their computers' hard drive Identify functions represented by symbols and icons commonly found in application programs (e.g. font, size, bold, underline, alignment, colour of type) Demonstrate optimal posture and position at the computer workstation: Eyes level with the text on the monitor Shoulders down, arms relaxed Elbows close to body and level with keyboard Feet on the floor Fingers curved Wrists flat Center body Lean forward slightly Head up Knees square Use developmentally appropriate keyboard techniques: Left hand for left side keys, right hand for right side keys Recognize and locate alphabetic keys Home row finger placement Guidelines from typing program Beginning proficiency in technique, posture, and speed Use the correct hands for alphabetic, numeric, and special purpose keys Use special purpose keys (arrows, space bar, shift, delete, caps lock, escape, option, command and control) Use the Edit Menu items to correct errors in a document (shift for capital letters, space bar for spacing, and punctuation keys)

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Demonstrate care for computer E E I R C equipment and peripherals Recognize functions of basic File Menu commands: new, open, close, save, save as, print E I R C print preview, print specific pages in a E I R C document, print selection, print to PDF Know how to exchange files with other E I R students and the teacher via network filesharing and email attachments Understand and follow the CDNIS E I R R C Acceptable Use Policy Explain consequences of the misuse of E I R technology Make alias and manage dock items E I R Use System Preferences - change E I R Password, Displays, Zoom, Text to Speech Basic Troubleshooting E I R Force Quit E I R Hold the power button to shut E I R down/restart Take a snapshot of the screen E I R Command Shift 3 Take a snapshot of a selection of the E I R screen - Command Shift 4