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Information Literacy Assessment - 5th Grade  

This assessment may cover five categories: Develop Topic; Identify Potential Sources; Develop, Use and Revise Search Strategies; Evaluate Sources and Information; Recognize How to Use Information Responsibly, Ethically and Legally.
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1. The first step in doing research is:


2. When taking notes from a book while researching, you should not:


3. You are asked to read a book about magical creatures in an imaginary universe. Which genre of book should you check out from the library?


4. You need to find a book about how the Egyptians built the pyramids. Which section of the library should you look for this book?


5. You want a copy of a song by your favorite musician. Which of these allows you to legally copy the song from the Internet?


6. Which of the following is a case of plagiarism?


7. For science you are asked to answer research questions about the human heart. Which resource will not help you in your research?


8. A magazine is a resource that is published on a regular basis and that you can use to find current information on a variety of topics. What is another term that means the same as magazine?


9. The call number indicates a book's location in the library. What is the call number for this book?


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