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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
My students are required to work on a career research paper during their junior English semester. The requirements include filling out an application, interviewing parents, taking the ASVAB, completin...
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Direct Access to Project Web Sites
Our district is fortunate enough to be able to develop web pages. I developed a page that allows my students to directly access sites that I have chosen for a project. Students have quicker access to ...
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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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Free Virtual Literature Circles
My students have been using a variety of free technology tools for work on their virtual literature circles.
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Historical Searches
I designed two Internet searches that introduce students to two great Americans. One is a Civil War hero, Joshua Chamberlain, and the other is an American Indian named Chief Joseph. This assignment wa...
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Hurricane Season
In the beginning of the school year, I introduce hurricanes in Puerto Rico to the students. The class explores weather conditions in the tropic using the Internet. We discuss the research we do on the...
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Integrating Technology and Writing Composition
Teaching students to compose an essay can be a daunting task. For the past two years, our district has implemented Write On (http://jc-schools.net/write/), an innovative staff development project that...
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Internet Scavenger Hunt
During my media technology class in college, we had to make Internet scavenger hunts. The teacher presents pre-screened websites pertaining to a certain subject matter. Students are directed to type i...
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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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