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Bob the Alien Discovers the Dewey Decimal System - Capstone Publishers

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Follow along with Bob, the alien, in this video journey documenting how he learns about the Dewey Decimal System to use in his research about spiders. The wordless video uses ...more
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Follow along with Bob, the alien, in this video journey documenting how he learns about the Dewey Decimal System to use in his research about spiders. The wordless video uses animation and text to teach viewers how non-fiction materials are categorized in the library.

tag(s): classification (21), media literacy (87), Research (57)

In the Classroom

Share a link to this video on classroom computers for students to view as part of a library learning center. Send students on a scavenger hunt using GooseChase, reviewed here, to find books within each of the Dewey Decimal categories. GooseChase is a digital scavenger hunt that offers tools for adding images and recording the findings of groups during a scavenger hunt. Divide students into collaborative groups to create infographics using Canva Infographic Maker, reviewed here, to share information about the individual Dewey Decimal categories. Share each of the infographics on your class website or include them in a digital book using Book Creator, reviewed here. With Book Creator, you can include student-created infographics, videos, audio recordings, and more to provide students with a complete overview of how to use the Dewey Decimal System to find library materials.

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