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Author Info & Trivia Search
Ms. Atlee begins new language arts units with a research assignment that piques students’ interest and prepare them for their reading. Individual students learn basic research methods, and the whole class ends up with an Author Trivia File.
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Career Research Project
Being prepared to go out into the job market is an invalable skill for high school students. Ms. Jeffress has a tip that's actaully reauried in her school. Read about it and see it it can work at yours!
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Direct Access to Project Web Sites
Ms. Ceferno's tip not only introduces students to websites she has chosen to support their work, and it also reduces paper waste.
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Favorite Sites
Her students often get distracted from their assigned Internet research when they stumble upon interesting but off-topic Web sites. Ms. Scheidt has a low-tech solution to this problem that keeps students on-task without stifling their curiosity.
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Historical Searches
Mr. Weaver wanted his students to understand how fortunate they are that they live in an age of at-your-fingertips information-gathering. So he designed this activity with cross-curricular benefits!
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Hurricane Season
Here's a tip from Ms. Cardona Perez that not only teaches science learners about weather patterns and hurricanes, but can also serve as a safety measue for their homes and families.
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Kids Read Across America
Students celebrate Dr. Seuss birthday (March 2) by reading their way across the United States with this activity that combines reading and geography.
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P.A.U.S.E.
P.A.U.S.E. stands for Pedaling Across America Everyday. Ms. Smith's students take turns pedaling on a classroom exercise bike while others read sliently. When they "P.A.U.S.E.", more fun leanring begins. Read about it, here!
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Periodic Table Web Site
Mr. Sharp like likes to use a Periodic Table resounrce that shows basic element information as well as real-life uses. Read more about it, here.
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Project Hyperlinks
In order to keep her second-graders on task at the computer, Ms. Lutz creates a "Start-Up" page. Read about how her tip keeps them from "surfing" other sites and how it saves the whole class a lot fo time.
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