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DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION Franklin County Middle School Kelley Wood

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  • 1. DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION Franklin County Middle School Kelley Wood

2. WHAT IS DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION (DDC)? The DDC was createdin 1876 by Melvil Dewey. Designed to organize non-fiction materials in the library collection. What types of materials are considered nonfiction? 3. HOW DOES DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION WORK? Books based on similar or related topics areorganized together. Numbers and letters, known as call numbers, are used to make the books easier to find on the shelves. For example: The call number for The Bone Detectives by Donna M. Jackson looks likes this: 363.2 JAC 4. WHERE CAN I FIND THE CALL NUMBER?The call numbersare located on the spine of the book. 5. WHY DO I NEED TO LEARN ABOUT DDC? It will help you search for the books you need.Familiarize you with important topics. Allow you to be more successful in using themedia center. Will make you look very intelligent when you tell others about the classification of nonfiction books! 6. GEORGIA COMMON CORE STANDARDS ELACC6,7,8R110: By the end of the year, read andcomprehend literary nonfiction in the grades 6-8 text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range. LITCC6-8RHSS10: By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend history/social studies texts in the grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently. L6-8RST10: By the end of grade 8, read and comprehend science/technical texts in the grades 6-8 text complexity band independently and proficiently. 7. HOW IS DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION ORGANIZED? There are 10 main classesEach divided into 10 divisions Each of these divisions has 10 sectionsDont Worry! Well talk about the subdivision. You just need to know the 10 main classes! 8. 10 MAIN CLASSES 000 General Works 100 Philosophy & Psychology 200 Religion 300 Social Sciences 400 Language 500 Natural Sciences &Mathematics 600 Technology (AppliedSciences) 700 Arts & Recreation 800 Literature 900 History, Geography &Biography 9. 000-099: GENERAL WORKS 000 Computer science & systems 010 Bibliography 020 Library & Info Science 030 Encyclopedias 040 Not Used 050 Magazines, Journals & Serials 060 Organizations 070 Journalism, Publishing, Media 080 General Collections 090 Manuscripts & Rare BooksPicture Taken at FCMS 10. BOOK FOUND IN GENERAL WORKS Call Number 001.9 HECPicture Taken at FCMS 11. 100-199: PHILOSOPHY & PSYCHOLOGY 100 Philosophy 110 Metaphysics 120 Epistemology 130 Parapsychology 140 Philosophical Schools 150 Psychology 160 Logic 170 Ethics 180 Ancient, Medieval &Eastern Philosophy 190 Modern WesternPhilosophyPicture Taken at FCMS 12. BOOK FOUND IN PHILOSOPHY & PSYCHOLOGYCall Number 174 MCCPicture Taken at FCMS 13. 200-299: RELIGION 200 Religion 210 Philosophy & Theory 220 The Bible 230 Christian Theology 240 Christian Practice 250 Christian Pastoral Practice 260 Christian Organization 270 History of Christianity 280 Christian Denominations 290 Other ReligionsPicture Taken at FCMS 14. BOOK FOUND IN RELIGION Call Number 292 ARDPicture Taken at FCMS 15. 300-399: SOCIAL SCIENCES 300 Sociology & Anthropology 310 Statistics 320 Political Science 330 Economics 340 Law 350 Public Administration 360 Social Problems & Services 370 Education 380 Commerce, Communications& Transportation 390 Customs, Etiquette &FolklorePicture Taken at FCMS 16. BOOK FOUND IN SOCIAL SCIENCES Call Number 398.2 HAMPicture Taken at FCMS 17. 400-499: LANGUAGE 400 Language 410 Linguistics 420 English & Old English 430 German 440 French 450 Italian & Romanian 460 Spanish & Portuguese 470 Latin & Italic 480 Classic & Modern Greek 490 Other LanguagesPicture Taken at FCMS 18. BOOK FOUND IN LANGUAGE Call Number 428.2 CLEPicture Taken at FCMS 19. 500-599: NATURAL SCIENCE & MATH 500 Science 510 Mathematics 520 Astronomy 530 Physics 540 Chemistry 550 Earth Sciences &Geology 560 Fossils & Prehistoric Life 570 Life Sciences & Biology 580 Plants 590 AnimalsPicture Taken at FCMS 20. BOOK FOUND IN NATURAL SCIENCE & MATHCall Number 537 LAUPicture Taken at FCMS 21. 600-699: TECHNOLOGY (APPLIED SCIENCES) 600 Technology 610 Medicine & Health 620 Engineering 630 Agriculture 640 Home & FamilyManagement 650 Management & PublicRelations 660 Chemical Engineering 670 Manufacturing 680 Manufacture for SpecificUses 690 Building & ConstructionPicture Taken at FCMS 22. BOOK FOUND IN TECHNOLOGY (APPLIED SCIENCES)Call Number 600 HOFPicture Taken at FCMS 23. 700-799: ARTS & RECREATION 700 Arts 710 Landscaping 720 Architecture 730 Sculpture, Ceramics &Metalwork 740 Drawing & Decorative Arts 750 Painting 760 Graphic Arts 770 Photography & Computer Art 780 Music 790 Sports, Games &EntertainmentPicture Taken at FCMS 24. BOOK FOUND IN ARTS & RECREATIONCall Number 761 BOAPicture Taken at FCMS 25. 800-899: LITERATURE 800 Rhetoric & Criticism 810 American Lit in English 820 English & Old English Lit 830 German Lit 840 French Lit 850 Italian & Romanian Lit 860 Spanish & Portuguese Lit 870 Latin & Italic Lit 880 Classical & Modern GreekLit 890 Other LitPicture Taken at FCMS 26. BOOK FOUND IN LITERATURE Call Number 813.22 MARPicture Taken at FCMS 27. 900-999: GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY & BIOGRAPHY 900 History 910 Geography & Travel 920 Biography & Genealogy 930 History of the AncientWorld 940 History of Europe 950 History of Asia 960 History of Africa 970 History of North America 980 History of South America 990 History of Other AreasPicture Taken at FCMS 28. BOOK FOUND IN GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY & BIOGRAPHYCall Number 973.73 YANPicture Taken at FCMS 29. LETS PLAY SOME GAMES!! CLICK ON ANY PICTURE TO LINK TO A GAME 30. REFERENCES Ardaugh, P. (1997). North american myths and legends: World book myths and legends series. Chicago, IL: World Book Inc.Boase, P. (2000). Crafty stamping. New York, NY: Gareth Stevens Publishing Cleary, B. (2004). I and you and dont forget who: what is a pronoun?. Minneapolis, MN: Carolrhoda Books. Hamilton, V. (2003). Bruh rabbit and the tar baby girl. (1st ed.). New York, NY: Blue Sky Press. 31. REFERENCES Heckscher, M. (2004). The mysterious times: Strange stories of 30 real-life mysteries. (1st ed.). New York, NY: Tangerine Press. Hoffman, G. (2008). Digestive system: The amazing human body. New York, NY: Benchmark Books. Lauw, D., Puay, L.C., Cheng, P.L., & Loy, R.C. (1997). Electricity: Science alive. New York, NY: Crabtree Publishing Company. Marcus, L.S., (2009). Funny business: Conversations with writers of comedy. Somerville, MA: Candlewick. 32. REFERENCES McCuen, G. (1998). Cloning: Science and society ideas in conflict. Hudson, WI: Gem Publishing. Yancey, D. (2001). American war library the civil war: Strategic battles. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books. Picture of Melvil Dewey. Retrieved March 12, 2013 from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/d1/ Melvil_Dewey_0001.jpg/334px-Melvil_Dewey_0001.jpg