Character Education & Biographical Research
@ the Hilltop Elementary School Library Media Center
Fourth graders researched various influential individuals from the past to the present. Students used multiple print and online sources, and through reading and research they identified inspirational character traits and facts about their individual. Fourth graders then presented their findings to our third grade audience during a Character Education Wax Museum. Many students dressed the part, which added an interesting element to their presentation, and further engaged and entertained our third grade guests.
Listen to author Neil Gaiman talk about the POWER and IMPORTANCE of libraries, librarians, reading fiction, reading for pleasure and simply READING!
School Libraries Work!Thank you to Dr. Karen W. Gavigan of School of Library and Information Science University of South Carolina for sharing this information about the importance of school libraries!
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