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Leah Evans

Contractions - 0 views

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  • Word Lists Analogies - New!CapitonymsCompound Words - New!  Contractions Dolch - Sight WordsGeography ListsHomophones, Homonyms, etc.Literature Based Word ListsMath Vocabulary - Most Popular!Monthly Holiday ListsMultiple Meaning Words - New!Phonics & Sight Word CurriculumPossessive NounsSample Lists By GradeScience Vocabulary - New!Sequential Spelling ProgramSound Alike WordsSyllables - New!Word Abbreviations Help and InformationFAQs - Frequently Asked QuestionsPrintablesOur Educational AwardsTestmonials- New!Custom Sentences and Definitions Handwriting WorksheetsStudent Writing PracticeTeacher Training VideosGetting Started Welcome LettersFunding Sources - New! ArticlesResearch on Spelling AutomaticityThe Importance of SpellingRecommended Learning ResourcesImprove your writing skillsAdopt-A-ClassroomSpellingCity and NCom  put ingReading ComprehensionIncorporating Spelling Into ReadingWriting Prompts that Motivate   Contractions Contractions
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    Free games to reinforce the usage and spelling of contractions.
Colette Cassinelli

http://www.GoogleLitTrips.com - 1 views

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    A different way to read great literature. This sie is an experiement in teaching great literature in a very different way. Using Google Earth, students discover where in the world the greatest road trip stories of all time took place ... and so much more. Created by Jerome Burg, Google Certified Teacher.
Jeff Johnson

Shmoop Literature: Summary, Analysis, Themes, Characters, Paper - 1 views

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    Summary, notes, guides, and analysis of themes and characters for English Literature homework.
Dennis OConnor

Electronic Literature - 0 views

  • This is a beta-launch. I would like to work directly with some high school/college classes to refine the exercises. Please contact me at deenalarsen AT yahoo.com. Thanks.
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    Electronic literature uses links, images, sound, navigation, as well as text to convey meaning. Electronic literature is ergodic, and thus it is up to the reader to piece together the materials as the reader goes through the work. Elit 101explains how these elements work to convey meaning and provides examples and exercises for each element.
Cara Whitehead

Literature Based Word Lists | Articles - 0 views

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    Literature-based word lists for all grade levels (kindergarten through high school). http://bit.ly/9uMY66
dsatkins1981

Literature in the Digital Age | Adam Hammond - 0 views

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    A great resource by an English Prof whose doing a lot of thinking and publishing around the implications of digital media as regards literature
John Larkin

Comics in the classroom - 19 views

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    A recent explosion of academic interest in comic books and graphic novels has stirred the creation of comics curricula nationwide. Several colleges and universities are now offering courses in comics literature, and high school teachers are exploring graphic novels as a new way to stimulate young readers' interest in literature.
Tero Toivanen

For improving early literacy, reading comics is no child's play - 31 views

  • Carol L. Tilley, a professor of library and information science at Illinois, says that comics are just as sophisticated as other forms of literature, and children benefit from reading them at least as much as they do from reading other types of books.
  • If reading is to lead to any meaningful knowledge or comprehension, readers must approach a text with an understanding of the relevant social, linguistic and cultural conventions," she said. "And if you really consider how the pictures and words work together in consonance to tell a story, you can make the case that comics are just as complex as any other kind of literature.
  • Although commercial publishers of comics have yet to recapture children's imaginations, Tilley says that some librarians and teachers are increasingly discovering that comics can be used to support reading and instruction.
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    Carol L. Tilley, a professor of library and information science at Illinois, says that comics are just as sophisticated as other forms of literature, and children benefit from reading them at least as much as they do from reading other types of books.
Louise Robinson-Lay

History of literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 2 views

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    background history of world literature
Steve Ransom

Podcasts of CliffsNotes Literature Notes - CliffsNotes - 32 views

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    "CramCasts" by CliffsNotes One more reason not to lecture to your students in class. Gr8 homework assignments. 
Louise Robinson-Lay

Literary Resources on the Net (Lynch) - 0 views

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    a site with links to the main categories of Literature
Dennis OConnor

Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood : 7th Grade Humanities - 22 views

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    This is James Robinson's class blog. It also hosts blogs from all of his kids. James teaches literature and writing at SAS (Shanghai American School). He's been blogging for about a year and a half. As you'll see if you visit this great example of classroom blog use, this blog rocks! James is using Wordpress to create a website/blog presentation. He's happy to have teachers or students drop in and respond to the personal blogs his students have created. If you're looking for a chance at an international student exchange blog connection, give it a look. (Heck, give it a look if you're just curious.) The kids love to get comments from folks around the world so don't forget to be interactive! ~ Dennis O'Connor
Julie Shy

60second Recap® Video Notes. Everything you need to wow your English teacher! - 17 views

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    60 Second Recap is an awesome new site that has one goal, they want to make the great works of literature accessible, relevant, and irresistible to today's teens. Using short (60 second) video albums, they seek to help teens engage with the best books out there ... not just to help them get better grades, but "to help them build better lives". Looks like a welcome and nice alternative for Cliff Notes and Spark Notes. Check this one out - it only takes a minute.
Brian Beierle

Literature-Map - The tourist map of Literature - 0 views

shared by Brian Beierle on 11 Mar 13 - Cached
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    Find authors you might like. A web of authors to search based on author's you have already read.
Cathy Oxley

Google Lit Trips! - 36 views

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    This site is an experiment in teaching great literature in a very different way. Using Google Earth, students discover where in the world the greatest road trip stories of all time took plleace...
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Caroline Roche

Englishbiz - GCSE English and English Literature Revision Guides - 11 views

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    Excellent website with lots of free articles and advice for GCSE and AL English and Media studies
David McGavock

Ipadschools - home - 0 views

  • clearinghouse of applications, lessons ideas and experiences using the iPad in the classroom. The intention is that all apps listed have been tested and recommended by teachers using them.
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    "This wiki is intended to be a clearinghouse of applications, lessons and experiences using the iPad in the classroom. The intention is that all apps listed have been tested and recommended by teachers using them. The Apps pages are generally created using google docs spreadsheets, feel free to update the wiki or the spreadsheets. (A link is provided on each page for the spreadsheets... at least the ones I've started working on...) At this point, as a high school science teacher, most of the apps I've recommended and investigated are geared to this level. Some can be used at any level. I invite you to add pages dedicated to your areas of interest and expertise if they are not already listed here. I would love to see a section on Literature and Language and Elementary Skills added to the wiki along with additions to any of the currently developed spreadsheets. It would also be sweet to share specific lessons or ideas for applications and activities. "
Pam Cannon

Wizard of Oz Webquest - 1 views

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    Use literature to inspire a webquest
Judy Robison

Figment: Write yourself in. - 44 views

shared by Judy Robison on 07 Dec 10 - No Cached
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    an experiment in online literature, a free platform for young people to read and write fiction, both on their computers and on their cellphones. Users are invited to write novels, short stories and poems, collaborate with other writers and give and receive feedback on the work posted on the site.
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