By Peggy J. Whitley, Susan W. Goodwin
Just like the former ninety nine Jumpstarts to investigate yet designed for more youthful scholars, this booklet is helping lecturers and librarians to coach uncomplicated study and data literacy talents to young ones. to assist them grasp the study strategy and slim the unlimited array of resources to be had on mostly researched subject matters in common and center colleges, scholars are taught a easy note-taking procedure and given particular resource rules and topic headings for every subject mentioned. This booklet may be a useful instrument to aid university librarians and academics broach the tough activity of commencing to train the learn strategy. Grades 3-8.
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Look for magazine or newspaper articles about the boys at your library. Visit Web sites to learn more information or to hear the group sing. Your local library may have a CD or tape you can check out. Choose question 1 and two others. Use several sources to answer each question. Draw a conclusion about each answer. The conclusion will be your topic sentence. 1. What is the Boys Choir of Harlem? Tell a little about the history of the choir. 2. How do boys get selected for the choir? What do they have to do to stay in the choir?
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