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Technology at Pulaski


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Getting Research Started
Where do I begin?


Student Research Resources

Check here for websites that are appropriate for kids!


Student Writing Rubric

A checklist to assist students to write well.



Student Search Engines

If you really HAVE to use the Internet, use these search engines.


This is how you give credit to your sources.




For Teachers


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Froggie Power Unit

This is a HUGE presentation.  Please be patient while it is loading!


2005 Book Award Winners


Children's Book Council


Our web site was chosen as an EduHound Spotlight Classroom of the Week!  Just click to see other classrooms who have earned the honor!


This web page has been listed in the LoTi Lounge as a resource.


The LoTi Lounge has resources that assist teachers in using technology in their classrooms.







In order to give credit where credit is due, one should ALWAYS cite the source of the information.  This is called a bibliography.  If you use someone else's information without giving them credit, you are STEALING their intellectual property.  There are several different ways to properly cite the work.  Please check one of the boxes below for more details.

Sometimes it is easier to do a bibliography when you can see where to put the information on a graph.  With the help of teachers at various grade levels, these are the graphs that have been developed.  There is no graph for 6th graders because they are supposed to be able to follow directions for correctly citing a source.  If you get stuck, use the Citation Machine.

United States Copyright Office

This is the ultimate source of all matters relating to Copyright and Patent Information.  The office is part of the Library of Congress.

Grade Level Bibliographies
This spells out the exact way to create a bibliography that is appropriate for each grade.

1st Grade Graph

Printable PDF version

3rd Grade Graph

Printable PDF version

4th Grade Graph

Printable PDF version

5th Grade Graph

Printable PDF version

Copyright Website
This place is a Copyright Registration and Information Resource.

Citation Machine
(For Bibliographies)
6th Grade should use this one!  
It will print your citation in the exact format you should use on your paper.



Some documents on this site may require a special PDF reader.  If you need to download this free program, please click here!



This page was last updated on Monday, October 01, 2012 11:50 AM .


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Marcia Berbeza
Library Media Specialist
Grades K-5
Pulaski Intermediate School
1300 Cedar Street
Christina School District
Wilmington, DE  19805-4396
(302) 429-4136
FAX (302) 429-3955
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"It is our choices, that show what we truly are,
far more than our abilities."  J. K. Rowling
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
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