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This can be found in the back of your text book, or the last book in a volume of encyclopedias.
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This can be found in the back of your text book, or the last book in a volume of encyclopedias.
The Index
This can contain maps of different countries.
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This can contain maps of different countries.
An Almanac
This contains short, informational articles on many subjects.
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This contains short, informational articles on many subjects.
An Encyclopedia
How would you look up information on the internet?
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How would you look up information on the internet?
Search engine
A dictionary gives you much more information that just definitions. What are the 3 other categories of information a dictionary will always give?
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A dictionary gives you much more information that just definitions. What are the 3 other categories of information a dictionary will always give?
Pronounciation, syllable count, and part of speech, use in a sentence
This reference material will provide you with many different kinds of maps.
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This reference material will provide you with many different kinds of maps.
Atlas
This gives you definitions of words you find in the book you are reading.
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This gives you definitions of words you find in the book you are reading.
Glossary
Name 2 search engines.
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Name 2 search engines.
Google and Yahoo
This contains roads and can show you how to get somewhere.
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This contains roads and can show you how to get somewhere.
map
This kind of map shows mountains, plains, rivers, and lakes.
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This kind of map shows mountains, plains, rivers, and lakes.
Physical map
The quickest way to find a map of South America would be to use an:
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The quickest way to find a map of South America would be to use an:
Atlas
The most efficient way to learn about a humming bird’s habitat and diet would be to use an:
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The most efficient way to learn about a humming bird’s habitat and diet would be to use an:
Encyclopedia
Where could you look to find the titles to nonfiction stories or chapters in a book?
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Where could you look to find the titles to nonfiction stories or chapters in a book?
Table of Contents
If you wanted to find information on pelicans for research you would use:
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If you wanted to find information on pelicans for research you would use:
internet
If you wanted to find out if the word “poem” had one syllable or two you would use a:
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If you wanted to find out if the word “poem” had one syllable or two you would use a:
Dictionary
If you wanted to look up “John Smith” in the encyclopedia, what is the letter of the book he would be found in?
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If you wanted to look up “John Smith” in the encyclopedia, what is the letter of the book he would be found in?
Book S
Where would you look up synonyms for the word 'happy.'
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Where would you look up synonyms for the word 'happy.'
thesaurus
Where could you look up the definition of a word in your reading book?
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Where could you look up the definition of a word in your reading book?
glossary
If you want to find information on Franklin Roosevelt in your history text book, what section of the book should you go to?
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If you want to find information on Franklin Roosevelt in your history text book, what section of the book should you go to?
Index
Here is some information given by a dictionary: “sleuth.” (sl-ueth) n. Someone that solves mysteries. What part of speech in the word “Quaff?”
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Here is some information given by a dictionary: “sleuth.” (sl-ueth) n. Someone that solves mysteries. What part of speech in the word “Quaff?”
noun
Will this website be a good one to use when researching Europe: www.ir.europeanunion.gov
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Will this website be a good one to use when researching Europe: www.ir.europeanunion.gov
Yes, it ends in .gov
If you are reading the 2010 World Almanac, can you be sure that it will give you quality information?
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If you are reading the 2010 World Almanac, can you be sure that it will give you quality information?
Yes, it is up to date
Is Wikipedia a good source to use on your research papers?
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Is Wikipedia a good source to use on your research papers?
No, it can be edited by anyone
When looking up a definition in a dictionary, does the dictionary tell you which definition is best? If so, how?
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When looking up a definition in a dictionary, does the dictionary tell you which definition is best? If so, how?
No, it matters how the word is being used.
Is this a good source on endangered animals? www.endangeredwildlife.com
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Is this a good source on endangered animals? www.endangeredwildlife.com
It depends on if it looks organized and professional

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