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TEACHERS:  The following 4 slides are the Handouts used by the students in this  presentation. Run off copies to have available as they need them.   Remember to open the Slide Sorter and click on Slide 6 before starting the Slide Show  so these 1 st  5 slides will be hidden during the presentation or start slide  presentation on Slide 6, it says: Card Catalog Cards.  How to Find What You are  Looking for.   All 3 parts are saved in this file. You can separate parts 2 & 3 and save individually  for student use. Worksheets 1. & 2. are from part 2 Review Worksheets 3. & 4. are from part 3 Recognition R. Robertson; Symsonia/Lowes Elementary  
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F Kee Keene, Carolyn. The Clue of the Velvet Mask / Carolyn Keene. New York, Grosset, 1969c. p. 177. ill.; 24 cm X 18 cm. (Nancy Drew Mysteries) When a gang that uses parties as a cover for robberies victimizes a masquerade party Nancy is attending, the teen-age detective switches identity with her girl friend to solve the case. 1. Mystery and detective stories. 2. Robbery/Fictional. I. Nancy Drew Mystery Series. II. Title    Handout PART A; Turn Over for  B
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NAME: _____________________  CLASS: _____________ Handout PART B Identify which card catalog you are reading in this section.  Write it’s name  in the appropriate blank. CARD 1 is a(an) __________________ card. CARD 1 is a(an) __________________ card. CARD 1 is a(an) __________________ card. CARD 1 is a(an) __________________ card.
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Name: _____________________ Class: __________    CCC Handout - Recognition PART A:  Look at the Card on the next slide.  Each part is labeled with a number.  Identify each part by writing down  its name in the corresponding blank below. Read the whole card before starting 1. _______________ 2. _______________ 3. _______________ 4. _______________ 5. _______________ 6. _______________ 7. _______________ 8. _______________ 9. _______________ 10. _______________ 11. _______________ 12. _______________ 13. _______________ 14. _______________ PART B: Look at the next 6 cards. In the blanks below, write down the NAME of each TYPE of card. Each is only  used 1 time.  Types: Author; Title; SUBJECT; Illustrator; Series; Main Character BONUS QUESTION: Look at all 7 cards in this presentation.  Which book is Fiction & which is Non-Fiction? Write  the title in the appropriate blank. Card 1: _______________ Card 2: _______________ Card 3: _______________ Card 4: _______________ Card 5: _______________ Card 6: _______________ BONUS:      FICTION TITLE: ____________________ NON-FICTION TITLE: ____________________
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NAME: _____________________ CLASS: _____________________ HANDOUT: USING THE CARD CATALOG Your Subject to research: ___________________________ Find at least 4 books dealing with your subject. At least 1 has to be Fiction & 1 has to be Non-Fiction.  The  other 2 are YOUR choice.  List their titles & authors below.     TITLES AUTHORS 1. _________________________ _________________________ 2. _________________________ _________________________ 3. _________________________ _________________________ 4. _________________________ _________________________
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    Card Catalog Cards Card Catalog Cards How to Find What You Are How to Find What You Are Looking For!
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  • Winter '08
  • Staff
  • Nancy Drew, Velvet Mask/ Carolyn, teen-age detective switches, masquerade party Nancy, detective switches identity

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