Thursday, August 23, 2018
All the AITIS students, teachers, and staff are entitled to use the library.
Given below are some of the rules and regulations, all the visitors are supposed to follow:
- No food or drinks are allowed inside the library;
- Enter the library quietly;
- Keep low voice to avoid disturbance to others;
- Handle the books with care.
- All students are expected to bring the bag to keep the library books.
- Pre-K students are permitted to borrow one book weekly.
- Elementary students are permitted to borrow two books weekly.
- Return the library books after one week.
- Anyone, who fails to do so, should return the books the following day, during break- time or after school hour.
Late and Lost Books:
- Children, who forget to return the books after one week, will be given a reminder.
- Consecutive delay in returning the books, a warning letter will be given.
- Failure to return the books after two warning letters will be considered as lost books, and requires a payment for the books.
- The borrower must take full responsibility for any lost or damaged to the library books.
- Children, who damage the books such as having torn pages, or scribbling on books, will have to pay Baht 100.
- Each severe and damaged book, or lost book will be charged at least, Baht 300.
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Greetings and Welcome to the AITIS Library Blog!
The AITIS Library now has an official blog for the school library.
You can access the blog about the school library information such as: The Joy of Reading Tasks for all levels; book news; children library activities; reading tips for young children; and much more.
Please feel free to visit the school library blog at: http://aitislibrary.blogspot.com/
Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Dewey Classification System
Dewey Classification System was invented in 1876 by an American librarian called Melvil Dewey. It is used for most non-fiction books and classifies books into 10 major areas. Fiction books are not usually given Dewey numbers, but there are some places in the system where fiction can be found.
• 000- General References: General knowledge, Encyclopedia, Almanac, Atlas, World records.
• 100- Philosophy & Psychology- How the mind works: Books about mysteries, strange happenings, feelings, senses, dreams, ideas.
• 200- Religion: Books about religions and beliefs.
• 300- Social Science- Everyday Life: Books about how a community works, schools, laws, government, jobs, transport, myths, legends, fairytales, folktales, education, holidays and festivals.
• 400- Words & Language: Dictionaries, thesaurus, idioms, English, and other learning languages.
• 500 - Natural Science & Mathematics: Books about space and planets, weather, plants, flowers, tree, animals, birds, insects, fish, mammals, rocks, biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics.
• 600- Applied Science & Technology- How things work: Books about farming, pets, cooking, food, machine, invention, electronics, health, medicine, human body, buildings.
• 700- Arts and Recreation: Books about music, dancing, sports, games, riddles, arts & crafts.
• 800- Literature: Rhymes, jokes, plays, poems.
• 900- History & Geography: Books about the countries of the world, travel, history events, Biography.
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Library Learning Game online
Order in the library: sorting (level 1), shelving (level 2-8)and reordering (level 9-11) for alphabet and Dewey - expert, master and genius levels.
Parts of the Books Video
Parts of the Books Quiz
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