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Tutor profile: Patricia P.

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Patricia P.
Librarian for 5 years and Former Information Literacy Professor
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Subject: Spanish

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Question:

I need help with understanding how to conjugate the verb pensar.

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Patricia P.
Answer:

Great! Are you building a particular sentence? If so, what message are you trying to get across? We can break it down and I can show you how each version of the verb would work in a sentence.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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I am trying to write an informative speech on the different methods of wildlife crossing points for interstates to prevent roadkill. But I can't seem to find anything on the subject.

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Answer:

Great question! One of the keys to using library databases is about taking your topic and finding all the possible keywords scholars would have used in the topic. Databases talk in keywords. Let's generate a list of synonyms of each of the components of your topic. Then, we can use those words to build different queries that would work best. How many sources do you need for your paper? If possible, can you share with me your assignment description so I can be sure to point you in the right direction?

Subject: Education

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How can I create an assessment piece to my science lesson on the parts of a plant for a first grade class?

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Patricia P.
Answer:

Great question! First, you want to think about your object. What do you want the students to walk away learning? What do you want them to master? Do you want them to be able to label a plant independently? Do you want them to be able to spell the words properly? Its almost like planning backwards. Once you have your learning objects clear then we can begin designing different options for assessment. You have to be able to use your learning objectives to build everything else. Next, you want to think about how you can measure if your learning objections are met. It doesn't necessarily have to be a paper and pencil test. What are ways you can see if students learned the material?

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