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APPsearch: Finding Books, DVDs and more in the IMC
APPsearch lets you search for books, dvds, manipulatives, and more.
Via Advanced Search, you can limit to IMC materials.
- Go to APPsearch - Advanced Search
- Enter your keyword, author, title, or subject
- In Location: highlight and click ASU IMC
- You may also limit by Format (3-d material, kit, dvd, etc.), Language, Year.
- Click Search.
Lesson Planning Resources
There are many lesson plan websites. This list contains a few sites that provide good lesson plans using chiildren's literature.
Primary sources, activities and lesson plans from the National Archives
Library of Congress Teachers
Resources for teachers developed by librarians and educators at the Library of Congress
Discovery School Lesson Plans
Browse by subject or grade level to locate original lesson plans created by teachers. This website includes lesson plans in science and math for all grades.
Lesson plans from the National Endowment of the Humanities
National Education Association Lesson Plans
Lesson plans on many subjects from the National Education Association as well as a custom search for lesson plans found on the Web.
This website includes lesson plans on many subjects and professional development resources.
This website contains classroom resources, professional development tools, and resources for parents.
Lesson plans and resources are included on this Smithsonian website for teachers.
teAchnology provides lesson plans, rubrics, and teacher resources on a variety of subjects including science and math.
World View Resources for K-12 Teachers
World View, established by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, provides resources for K-12 schools, community colleges, and four-year colleges to help teachers prepare student to succeed in an interconnected, diverse, and multicultural world.
Belk Library I.M.C.
Margaret Gregor, IMC Coordinator