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ELED 3226: Teaching Language Arts to Elementary School Learners

CIMC Info Box

Subject Area Numbers for CIMC Resources

August 2017

No. Subject Area No. Subject Area
  Reading/Language Arts   Mathematics
01 Handwriting 51 Elementary (K-8)
02 Reading (K-6) 52 Advanced [AP, Calculus, etc.]
03 Spelling (K-8) 53 Algebra [Including prealgebra] (7-12)
04 PreSchool/Kindergarten 54 Introductory Math (-7-12)
05 Critical Thinking 55 Remedial/Refresher
Arts 56 Geometry
12 Music 57 Introductory Algebra (7-12)
13 Visual Arts   Sciences
14 Dance 71 Elementary Science (K-8)
15 Theater Arts/Drama (K-12) 72 Biology (7-12)
16 Folk Arts (K-12) 73 Chemistry (7-12)
17 Instrumental Music 74 Physical Science (7-12)
18 Choral Music 75 Physics (7-12)
Second Languages 76 Special Sciences [Astronomy, etc] (7-12)
21 French (7-12) 77 Anatomy/Physiology (7-12)
22 Latin 78 Earth Science
23 Spanish Social Studies
24 German 81 Elementary Social Studies (K-6)
Health/Physical Education 82 North Carolina History (4-12)
31 Elementary/Middle Health/PE (K-8) 83 United States History (7-12)
32 Secondary Health/PE (9-12) 85 World History (7-12)
  Communication Arts 86 Sociology
41 English Language Arts (6-12) 87 Economics (7-12)
42 Literature/Reading (6-12) 88 Political Science/Government (7-12)
43 Remedial Reading (6-12) Special Education
45 English as a Second Language 94 Learning Disabilities
    96 Life Skills

The Curriculum and Instruction Materials Center (CIMC) is a specialized collection of resources for preschool through high school educators. Its primary mission is to assist education majors in the development of instructional activities by providing access to state-of-the-art instructional resources and technologies. The CIMC is located on the second floor of the J. Murrey Atkins Library. The CIMC is accessible anytime the library is open.

What We Do

We work with faculty to develop instruction sessions that may last anywhere from 1 to 3 hours are designed to assist students in successfully completing course assignments. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • orientation to the CIMC including how to locate instructional resources in Atkins library and in cyberspace.
  • ERIC database searching.
  • evaluating and locating education resources on the Web.
  • integration of children's and young adult literature into the curriculum.
  • integration of instructional technologies into the curriculum.
  • workshops on Web 2.0 tools
  • hands-on workshop with NASA educational resources.

The Education Liaisons also assist students and faculty in locating resources in all formats for both instructional and research purposes. They are also available to help students and/or faculty design instructional experiences using multimedia formats and web 2.0 technologies.

CIMC Circulation Policy

  • CIMC materials circulate for three (3) weeks and can be renewed twice.
  • Remember there are a limited number of materials and a large number of students who need them. So please return the materials as soon as you are finished with them.
  • Please DO NOT take all the materials in one subject particularly at the secondary level where there are only a few titles for each subject.
  • Please Return materials Promptly.