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Deborah Baillesderr

CommonLit | Free Fiction & Nonfiction Literacy Resources, Curriculum, & Assessment Mate... - 53 views

    Great resource for CCSS-ELA. This site is geared for grades 5-12. The library is full of informational and literature text that can be found by lexile range, grade level, theme, genres, device or standards. You have the ability to get paired text, related media (videos), a teacher guide, and a parent guide. Assessment and discussion questions are included that asked students to prove their answers using passages from the text. Truly worth checking out.
Carla Shinn

Big History Project - 70 views

    Bill Gates' backed project teaches high school history with a number of academic subjects, especially science.
    Yes, it's great. I use this in my Theory of Knowledge teaching. Great for showing the inter connectedness of knowledge.
Steven Engravalle

Historic American Newspapers - Chronicling America (The Library of Congress) - 94 views

    Search America's historic newspapers pages from 1836-1922 from Chronicling America (The Library of Congress).  Great for research.
    Very nice, thanks for sharing.

Well Endowed By Our Creator: Did George Washington Really Invent Viagra? | text2cloud - 6 views

    Can we use the current primary season to turn attention back to primary sources from U.S. History--the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the writings of the nation's first president? I'm trying to find a way to write about these matter that has a chance high school and college students. Thus, satire, parody are in the mix.
Michele Brown

Home - British Pathé - 43 views

    Watch news footage and other films dating from 1896-1976 from British Pathé.
     Witness history unfold around the world. Each video is sorted by subject, or you can search by topic. British Pathé has accumulated more than 3,500 hours of newsreel footage. There are more than 90,000 individual items in this massive historical trove.
Jennifer Carey

Archaeology Magazine - 45 views

    Home page for archaeology magazine - includes news, interactive sites, lesson plans, etc.
Amy Burns

Oswego City School District Regents Exam Prep Center - 23 views

    Collection of review questions and materials for math, science, history and more.
Barbara Moose

Free Current Events Service - - 51 views

  • provides 150,000 teachers, 44,000 schools and 14 million students with compelling educational DVDs, current events lessons, fun games and contests, and other unique opportunities you won't find anywhere else.
Karen Wester

The Week in Rap - 3 views

    One week's news in music video form
    This looks like a great site for a learning center, "do now" or a "make your own rap" starter.
Sheri Edwards

Open Collections Program: Expeditions and Discoveries - Sponsored Exploration and Scien... - 1 views

    Search for maps, photos, documents of sponsored scientific discoveries in Harvard's Open Collections Program
Marcy Russell

iCue > What is iCue? - 2 views

    iCue is a fun, innovative learning environment built around video from the NBC News Archives.
    Videos, games, and activities correlated to courses in U.S. History, U.S. Government and Politics, and English Language and Composition, and more.
    A community of friends and learners engaged in discussion around academics, current events, and important issues.
    A collection of Video Cue Cards, with thousands of video clips from the NBC News archives wrapped in a tradable, interactive virtual card.
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