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Databases strategy in teaching reading

Databases
A database or databank is a collection of information or reference material, usually organised into
categories to facilitate retrieval, eg some directories, a class roll, a computer database.
The information in databases is organised in a particular way. It is related to such things as people, ideas
and objects. Information contained in the database is divided into fields. The content of each field is data.

Planning
1. Students need to learn about databases and gain access to information from ready-made databases.
2. Ensure that students are familiar with and have practice in using existing databases before being
asked to develop their own.
3. Consider which form of database recording is most appropriate and accessible for the individual
students, groups or whole class, eg cards on a noticeboard, chart, OHP transparency, book, computer.
4. Develop students’ skills of categorising, sorting, manipulating and searching for information by
providing classification activities, sorting games and wordsearches.
5. Consider possible categories/fields for sorting information so that it will be relevant for the task and
elicit clear data.
6. Ensure that computer database software is
appropriate to the needs of the students.
Managing
1. Define the purpose of the investigation.
2. Locate sources of necessary information.
3. Select the relevant information.
4. Devise and select appropriate categories
and ways of recording the information.
5. Organise the information by combining
information from various sources into the
required categories and formats.
6. Evaluate the suitability of the database and
seek further information if necessary.


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