Library Orientation from Payson School

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W E L C O M E Library Orientation Home of the Mighty Eagles

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How the Library is put together.: 

AND Where all the stuff is located? AND How to check books IN andamp; OUT. Our PURPOSE is to learn . . . 1. 2. 3. How the Library is put together.

The Library is divided into two main sections: 

Fiction Section The Non-Fiction Section The Library is divided into two main sections F I C T I O N S E C T I O N Four Parts

Every Shelf has a label on it and every section is a different color.: 

Every Shelf has a label on it and every section is a different color.

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Picture Book - Green Labels Story Collection - Red Labels Easy Reading - Blue Labels Fiction - Orange Labels

Books also have labels on them.: 

Books also have labels on them. These labels are called 'Call Numbers' This is what they look like. Three Little Pigs F CLA The spine of the book!

What does the top letter stand for you may ask?: 

F CLA What does the top letter stand for you may ask? It stands for one of the sections in the Fiction Section of the Library. SC = STORY COLLECTION F = FICTION PB = PICTURE BOOK E = EASY READING

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F CLA Mary Higgins CLArk What do the bottom letters stand for you may ask? They stand for the first three letters of the author’s last name, for example:

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The only difference is the letters at the top of the Call Number. All the books in the four different sections of Fiction are put in order the same way. F CLA E CLA SC CLA PB CLA Fiction Easy Reading Story Collection Picture Book

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The Non-Fiction Section is divided into two main sections Break Time!! The Reference Section A N D The Non-Fiction Section

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F CLA Non-Fiction Book 629.5 DEN E CLA SC CLA PB CLA See the difference See the difference Non- Fiction Section Fiction Section

Dewey Decimal System: 

Fish 797 Dewey Decimal System Sign Language 419 Magic 133.4

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Melvil Dewey Dewey Decimal System Don’t you think he looks a little bit like Burt Reynolds or Butch Cassidy? Burt Reynolds Butch Cassidy 1851-1931 1876

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Three ways of helping you remember the Dewey Decimal System #1 #2 #3

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The Wall 000-099 General Works Philosophy Religion Social Studies Language Pure Sciences Technology The Arts Literature Geography andamp; History 100-199 200-299 300-399 400-499 500-599 600-699 700-799 800-899 900-999

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If in doubt, look up And you will find it on the WALL.

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RED POSTER

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The Wall The Chart The Poster

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537

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537

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537 AIN’T THIS EASY?

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398.2(T) – 419.9 419 Sign Language 419 Yes Sir! Sign Language is Good Stuff!

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Sign Language Electricity Magic World War II 419 ROM DEV 537 133.4 JUP 940.54 ALN The First Three Letters of the Author’s Last Name. Non- Fiction Books

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920 LEV The Presidents of the United States Author’s last name or the Publisher Call Number COLLECTED

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John F. Kennedy Abraham Lincoln Karl Malone Joan of Arc 921 921 KEN 921 LIN 921 MAL 921 SAM 921 ARC John Stockton Yosemite Sam

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Big Screen TV PAYSON MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY Non- Fiction Section To 6th G R A D E H A L L

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Big Screen TV To 6th G R A D E H A L L The REFERENCE Section PAYSON MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY Non- Fiction Section

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The Reference Books can only be checked out after school. They are due in the Library before school starts the next day. 25 cents a day for overdue Reference Books.

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The REFERENCE Section REFERENCE BOOK R DEN REFERENCE BOOK REF DEN Author’s Last Name MUCH SMALLER

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REVIEW

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THE BIG REVIEW 1. The Library is divided into two main sections, name them: a. b. 2. The Fiction Section is divided into four parts, name them: b. c. d. 3. Every book in the Library has a white label on the spine where letters and numbers are written, what is this label called? Fiction Non-Fiction Fiction Easy Reading Story Collection Picture Book. Call Number

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5. In the Fiction Section, what do the three letters stand for? 6. The non-fiction section is divided into two main parts, name them: a. b. Fiction The first three letters of the author’s last name. Non-fiction Reference Easy Reading Story Collection Picture Book 4. In the Fiction Section, what do the follow letters stand for: F E SC PB

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7. Name the system that is used to put the non-fiction books in order. The Dewey Decimal System 8. In this system, what is assigned to different subjects? Numbers 9. There are three main ways of helping you remember this system, name them: a. b. c. The Wall above the books The Posters on the wall The Red Poster

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10. What do the three letters below the number represent: The first three letters of the author’s last name. 11. There is a special section in the non-fiction section that tell about people’s lives, name it. Biography 12. What does the number 920 stand for? 13. What does the number 921 stand for? A book about the lives of many different people. A book about the life of one person.

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14. Here is a call number: What do the three letters stand for? The first three letters of the person’s last name that the book is about. 921 KEN 15. The Reference Section is different in two ways from the rest of the Non-fiction section, name them: a. b. It is smaller There is a R or the letters REF on top. 16. How much is the fine for overdue Reference Books? 25 cents a day.

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after 18. Complete the following sentence: Reference books are due in the _____ before school starts the ______day. library next 17. Complete the following sentence: Reference Books can only be checked out _________school.

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CONGRATULATIONS Smart Wonderful Confident

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HOW TO CHECK IN and CHECK OUT

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CHECK OUT Take the book OUT of the Library CHECK IN Bring the book back IN the Library

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Library TA Small Sign

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REVIEW CHECK OUT Take the book OUT of the Library

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LAST NAME FIRST NAME SCHOOL DAYS REFERENCE = SCHOOL DAY 2

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Cents A Day R E F E R E N C E B O O K S CENTS A DAY

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Overdue Books or Unpaid Fines No More Books Until Resolved VERY BAD! REPENT NOW! SHAME-SHAME! NOT GOOD!

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CHECK IN Bring the book back IN the Library BEEP BEEP BEEP BEEP

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BOOK DROP

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All Overdue Books need to be turned in and All fines paid before you are permitted to check out another book. REMEMBER

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This concludes the Payson Middle School Library Orientation. Now go out there and get those Books And always remember the old saying:

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'There is no difference between a person who CAN’T read and one who WON’T!'

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See ya’!

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