library & Resources

The St. Luke librarian integrates into the units being taught in the Primary Years Programme (PYP) and explicitly teaches research skills to all kindergarten through grade 5 students. Super 3 research skills are taught to grades K-2 and The Big 6 research skills are taught to grades 3-5.  In the Middle Years Programme (MYP) the librarian works with students and teachers to teach library skills, research and digital citizenship.

The Social Studies Standards for research and academic honesty are taught to to Kindergarten through Grade 5.  The librarian coordinates with teachers to determine when it will be best for her to come into the classroom (or take classes to the library) and introduce, teach and reinforce these skills. She coordinates this research with the PYP (Primary Years Programme) units of inquiry. 

Resources

​Research Sources

  • Churchill Archive

  • Directory of Open Access Journals

  • EBSCO (magazine, journal and newspaper articles)

  • Financial Times

  • JSTOR

  • Malaysian National Library

Free Online Books

 Extended Essay Resources

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Home Language

As a learning community that builds a positive culture of language learning we strive to promote the maintenance and development of home languages. Below are resources for supporting students at home if English is not the primary language spoken.

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