Tapping into Student's Personal Interests for Conducting Research (Video Clip)
- K-12: General
- Thinking and Reasoning
- 3rd-4th Grade
- 5th-6th Grade
- 7th-8th Grade
- 9th Grade
- 10th Grade
Tapping into topics that interest students is an effective means of creating relevance for learning information skills. In this brief video clip, a student explains why a particular research topic on consumerism interested her. View the video clip in Supporting Files.
Type of Video: Child Perspectives
File Size: 254 KB
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National Information Literacy Standards (K-12)
Uses information accurately and creatively
Organizes information for practical application.
Integrates new information into one's own knowledge.
Pursues information related to personal interests.
Designs, develops, and evaluates information products and solutions related to personal interests.
Information Skills and Subskills (K-16)
Locates and accesses information resources
Locates relevant information within selected sources