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    • Grade 10
    • Language Arts English 421
    Three Oaks Senior High School
    10 Kenmoore Avenue, Summerside, PE, C1N 4V9
    Telephone: 888-8460
    Fax: 888-8261
    Kinkora Regional High School
    Kinkora, PE, C0B 1N0
    Telephone: 887-2424
    Fax: 887-7381

    Pam Shaw, Teacher-Librarian (,ca)
    Elizabeth Jelley, Teacher-Librarian (

    Implementation Plan

    Teacher's Role

    After completion of Unit 1 with the students, the teacher provided information about the unit and the topics for further research. The teacher assisted the teacher-librarian in compiling questions for the stations and placed students in groups of two. In addition, the teacher may assign a follow-up project or research paper after completion of the stations.

    Teacher-Librarian's Role

    The teacher-librarian identified suitable resources and compiled the activities with the assistance of the teacher. The teacher-librarian set up the stations in the library for each class.

    Schedule for Activities and Time Frame - 3 class periods

    Step 1

    Three consecutive class periods for learning stations

    Step 2

    Additional time in library will need to be booked depending on nature of follow-up activity.

    Evaluation: Assessment of Students, Evaluation of Activity and Author Study

    The teacher-librarian and the teacher monitored student progress and work effort during the library periods. For evaluation of the completed booklets, the teacher marked the response-type questions and the teacher-librarian marked the factual ones.

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