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AASL: I.C.4 - Learners adapt, communicate, and exchange learning products with others in a cycle that includes sharing products with an authentic audience; III.B.1 - Learners participate in personal, social, and intellectual networks by using a variety of communication tools and resources; IV - Curate: Make meaning for oneself and others by collecting, organizing, and sharing resources of personal relevance; V.A.1 - Learners develop and satisfy personal curiosity by reading widely; VI.D.1 - Learners engage with information to extend personal learning by personalizing their use of information and information technologies.
RI Core: R.10 - Independently and proficiently read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts; SL.4 - Present information, findings, and supporting evidence such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning.
Rhode Island Cross-Curricular Proficiencies: Communication - Communicate understanding and interpretation of information, Integrate relevant information into a presentation to support a point, Present information and ideas coherently; Problem Solving and Critical Thinking -Identify, collect and analyze relevant information.; Research - Use research tools to access information.
Rhode Island School Library Curriculum Priority Skills: 1.1 Investigate - Searches the online catalog (author, title, and key words) with assistance to locate materials; 1.1 Express - Presents information clearly so that main points and supporting evidence are readily understood by audience; 4.1 - Identifies favorite authors, genres, and topics and explores them on own.