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Education

This guide highlights resources helpful for education majors or those using education-related information and collections.

Books & Kits

Books in the CMC are classified in the Library of Congress Classification Scheme. All call numbers will start with "Curric" to indicate that it is an item in the CMC followed by one or two letters (such as those bulleted below) then numbers. 

The main Library of Congress classification for teaching English/Language Arts is "P" which is "Language and Literature." You will also find many helpful teaching materials all though the "LB" Class/Subclass which is for education.  Use the online catalog to look up your particular topic (grammar, writing, poetry, etc.).

Kits: Don't forget to check out all the kits we have as well. The kit room and poster collection are part of the Curriculum Materials Center, which means that the same call numbers or Library of Congress letters will apply. Use the online catalog to find the kits and posters or ask a librarian for help if you need it. 

Examples of materials (click on the title for full description and call numbers):

Journals

Looking for lessons and activities that have already been tried and tweaked? Teachers have published articles detailing the lessons and units that have worked well for them. AND you can get them for free through the library instead of paying for them online (where there is no peer-review process before they are published).

Great starting points: Some resources that work well for the English/Language Arts classroom are: