Info Wise

Today’s students are bombarded with facts and opinions. They need strong information literacy skills to navigate our data-rich world and identify the best information. These books take students step by step through the research process—how to ask good questions and strategize their research, how to think critically about sources to find reliable information, how to organize and cite key facts, and how to write and edit an assignment. Students will also learn how to evaluate advertising and persuasive messaging.

This hands-on series supports Big6 research strategies and the AASL Standards for the 21st-Century Learner. Each book includes examples to illustrate the steps of the research process and back matter activities to help readers apply the skills.

Cover: Assess and Select Your Sources
Cover: Research and Synthesize Your Facts
Cover: Analyze and Define the Assignment
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
Info Wise — eBook Set
Info Wise — Paperback Set
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019
Title   Lexile GRL ATOS Format Qty
Analyze and Define the Assignment 870 X
Assess and Select Your Sources 960 X 6.5
Identify and Evaluate Advertising 890 W 6.0
Research and Synthesize Your Facts 890 X 5.8
Write and Revise Your Project 860 X 6.2
  • Available in limited formats
  • Soon! Spring 2020
  • New! Fall 2019
  • New! Spring 2019

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Info Wise

Today’s students are bombarded with facts and opinions. They need strong information literacy skills to navigate our data-rich world and identify the best information. These books take students step by step through the research process—how to ask good questions and strategize their… View →