This is my first post, but this thread seemed like a good jumping off point!
I was an elementary school librarian and also spent a little time working in a high school library. I'm definitely planning on teaching library/research skills. Because of the integrated nature of the work I did in public schools with the teachers, I've almost come to see them as one and the same. For example, the teachers sent the kids to me when they had any kind of research to do so I was teaching parts of a book, how to use an index, table of contents, find a resource on the shelf, cite sources (both book and electronic), take notes.
I also worked in conjunction with the technology teacher to teach Word, PowerPoint, etc. Between the two of us, we'd take the kids from idea to final project.
Teaching effective online searching techniques is pretty important. Oh, and the "big thing" I taught was evaluating online sources...not all websites are created equal (as I'm sure all of you know), so we taught the kids how to determine if they were looking at valid sources.
I'll be teaching my kids how to search the library catalog, the basics of the Dewey Decimal System to locate materials independently and once we're near university age, the same for Library of Congress.
I have so many fun resources for library scavenger hunts, internet scavenger hunts, and library games that I can't wait to use!
Now truth be told, a LOT of this stuff comes up naturally in a family (homeschooling or otherwise) that uses the library on a regular basis. For many of the kids I taught, it didn't. Their only exposure to the library was a few minutes once a week for a few school years.