As of February 2010
Resource and Reference below for your classes. You will find many videos, books, and research for all of your areas of teaching.
|6th Grade||Skills||Math||Social Studies||Science||Language Arts|
|7th Grade||Skills||Math||Social Studies||Science||Language Arts|
|8th Grade||Skills||Math||Social Studies||Science||
|The Big Picture-Outstanding site allowing students to view photos of activities from all over the world.||Teacher's Tool Box Many new links added to help you in the classroom. All are interactive white board engaged lessons for 21st Century learning|
|Five things you should know about using Smart Phones|
Einstein's Archives on Line
Differentiated Instruction-Generate worksheets and obtain lesson plan ideas.
History Web site-The
Authentic History Center is comprised of artifacts and sounds from
American popular culture.
Best History website- This site will provide an overview of all history. Very detailed very complete.
The Story of US Great site for American history
Map website Contains many Map links. Allowing you to create your own maps
websites to assist in your teaching.
|Phys Ed.-Middle School Phys. Ed. lesson plans.|
|Action Packed Lessons You will discover many lessons that will relate to movies and TV. These are complete lessons everything is self contained for you to download and use.||Science Website You will discover many great sites that cover quite a few areas of science.|
|Science Animations Movies & Interactive Tutorial Links-Various science videos with interactive tutorials.||Multiplication Game Website-Interactive website containing fun games to reinforce multiplication facts.|
|Math Manipulatives You will discover many exciting visual examples on this site for you to use in your classroom.||Word Manipulatives You will discover many exciting tools that will allow you to teach Language Arts easier.|
|Hippo Campus A Great site allowing teachers and student to uncover may presentations.||
P.E. and Nutrition and Much Much More
Must see with safety for Toddlers
|Web Quest Taxonomy-The task is the single most important part of a WebQuest. It provides a goal and focus for student energies and it makes concrete the curricular intentions of the designer. A well designed task is doable and engaging, and elicits thinking in learners that goes beyond rote comprehension.||Resource and Reference-Access INFOhio here! Must have a log in and password.|
|Ninja Word-A really fast dictionary... fast like a ninja.||Time Zones-Clocks that illustrate the time in various time zones throughout the world.|
|Virtual World Travel-This site allows you to experience various parts of the world with a click of a button.||On Line Safety-A list of websites to help you learn about online safety.|
Can we Stop the Bullies-You
will discover some websites that we have provided for you. If you
come across better ones please email me.
|Fine Arts All grades-Lesson plans|
Learning how to type-
Make your way
through all 12 stages and you can be a top typist.
|Report Card Comments-A word document consisting of various examples of comments to add to report cards.|
|Smart Board Assistance-Smart Board lessons, directions, and videos.||Web Page-Learning how to use the computer|
|Trivia Quiz-Various Trivia quizzes.||Social Relations-Various lessons and websites about social relations.|
|Proud to be an American||America the Beautiful||12 Words that Trip Up Students-12 Words that trip up students on tests.|
of Allegiance Each line is explained in this video. The video is
presented by U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Eric Montgomery (wmv format) 4
Changing of the Guard-
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier This video has been edited
but it still is 8 min long but interesting to view. 4 Star
A must see video. I took this video while on a trip to Washington
DC with a dear friend of mine Father Hoban who has since passed away. We
accompanied two classes from his school in Parma.
Facts relative to the changing of the guard PDF
|The American President. Why we are American and why it is so tough. Length 5 Min 15 Seconds.|
|Video The American Flag presented by Lt. Robert Doyle United States Marine Corps. 4 star.|
A Navy SEAL
sacrificed his life to save his comrades by throwing himself on top of a
grenade Iraqi insurgents tossed into their sniper hideout, fellow
members of the elite force said.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael A. Monsoor had been near the only door to the rooftop structure Sept. 29 when the grenade hit him in the chest and bounced to the floor, said four SEALs who spoke to The Associated Press this week on condition of anonymity because their work requires their identities to remain secret.
"He never took his eye off the grenade, his only movement was down toward it," said a 28-year-old lieutenant who sustained shrapnel wounds to both legs that day. "He undoubtedly saved mine and the other SEALs' lives, and we owe him."
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