Library Instruction Program

The HS LRC created the library instruction program to strengthen each student’s study and work skills.  Moreover, to fully realize the departmental goals, HS LRC’s instructional program may be categorized into three (3) types: Information Literacy Skills Program (ILSP), HS LRC Orientation and Librarian-Assisted Research.

A. Information Literacy Skills Program (ILSP)

The Information Literacy Skills Program is a program designed to reinforce and integrate all the literacy skills acquired from the ILSP of the lower grades.   This program is in synergy with the English Department to further enhance the skills they acquired from their English classes.

LEVEL

CONTENT

Grade 7 LRC Orientation on rules and policy, and resources of HS LRC.

Basic Research Process

Guided research

Grade 8 LRC Orientation on rules and policy, and resources of HS LRC.

Basic Research Process

Guided research

Intellectual Property Rights and the Copyright Law

Bibliography and Citing sources (APA Format)

B. LRC Orientation

The LRC Orientation program of HS LRC is a venue for Grade 7 and 9 students to know the library rules and policies and learn about information sources.

orientation

LEVEL

CONTENT

Grade 7
Grade 9

LRC Orientation on rules and policy, and resources of HS LRC.

 

C. Librarian-Assisted Research

The Librarian-Assisted Research is a by-demand service given by librarians to classes needing assistance on research and the use of HS LRC resources.  Teachers may request  for this service whenever needed.

LEVEL

CONTENT

Grade 7

to

High 4

Librarian-Assisted Research (By Demand)

LRC Orientation on rules and policy, and resources of HS LRC.

Orientation on the use OPAC

Tutorial on the use of EBSCO

Gathering of topic specific resources

Bibliography and Citing sources

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