Library Sign Up Form Terms A & B 2018
Use this form to sign up your class to visit the library for orientations, research, computer use, book check out, etc. This will also help me design a lesson plan that meets the demands of your assignment. I will get back to you by email within 1 business day with a date. Always feel free to stop by or drop me an email to discuss possible research lessons and ideas prior to scheduling time.
Grade Level (check all that apply)
Number of students in class:
(i.e. Period 1, 10th, 40)
Reading level range(s) in class
check all that apply
I don't know
Preferred Days of the Week
Check the days you prefer. Use other to request a specific date/dates. Preferences will be considered, but cannot be guaranteed.
How many sessions do you need for this lesson or unit?
more than 5
Preferred Date/Recurring Dates: If you need an exact date, i.e. testing, please enter the date/dates here. If you need more than one session, please explain here if you want it consecutively or weekly over a period of time, etc.
Do you need to schedule time for the whole period, the first half, or the second half only?
First half of period only
Second half of period only
English Language Arts
Signing up for
Library Orientation (Policies & Access, Etiquette, Catalog and Dewey Basics)
Book Checkouts & Reading Advisory
For a research project taught in collaborate with the librarian (i.e. an annotated bibliography, research essay, research for debates)
For a short research lesson in collaboration with the librarian (i.e. how to find one source in the database and cite it to answer a short prompt)
Digital Literacy (i.e. emails, Google Drive & Apps, Digital Citzenship)
Computer time only -- I am teaching the lesson
Testing -- Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments
Testing -- SBAC, PSAT, AP, NGS, etc.
Hour of Code
Something not listed
If signing up to collaborate on a research project, which of the following would you like to include? (note: lesson length estimates include time for students to apply skills taught in the library)
Formulating research questions and search strategies ( 1 to 2 periods)
Advanced search strategies using LAUSD databases (1 to 2 periods)
Evaluating sources (1 to 2 periods)
Gathering information: selecting sources and notetaking (1 period)
Gathering and formatting bibliographic information for citation (1 period)
Formatting a paper or annotated bibliography in MLA or APA
Please enter the prompt / assignment description for which students are doing research.
How many sources will students be required to include in their final assignment?
What types of sources will be REQUIRED? (check all that apply)
Not sure / would like to discuss this with the librarian
Books (print or electronic)
Subscription Encyclopedias (print/online)
Streaming videos (i.e. Ted Talks, National Geographic, etc.)
Podcasts or Radio
Will students be graded on the research process?
If yes, how will the research process be graded?
(i.e. evidence of search strategy, note cards )
Notecards / Notes (on paper or in online tool like EasyBib or NoodleTools)
Source evaluation sheets
Search strategy chart or plan
Quizzes / assessment (i.e. TRAILS)
What is the final product that students will produce to display mastery?
Digital presentation (PowerPoint, Prezi, VoiceThread, etc)
Blog or other online delivery system
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