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The Busy Educator's Monthly Five...

by Marjan Glavac

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Language Arts Sites Part 1

Here are five Language Arts sites:

The Biography Maker
http://www.bham.wednet.edu/bio/biomaker.htm

Step by step lessons to help students write biographies. Very useful.

Book Adventure
http://www.bookadventure.com

Created by the Sylvan Learning Foundation and sponsored by well known educational associations and corporations, Book Adventure is a free, reading incentive program dedicated to encouraging kids in grades K-8 to read.

Channel One News
http://channelonenews.com

A detailed media literacy curriculum with lesson plans, worksheets and support materials you need to teach the news.

The Childrenís Literature Web Guide
http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown

Links to authorís websites, resources for K-12 teachers, book reviews.

CRAYON
http://crayon.net

CRAYON (Create Your Own Newspaper) is a personalized Internet news service. Hereís a way to encourage even the most reluctant reader to read. Easy step by step instructions show students (and adults) how to create their own newspaper with links to news sources from the Internet. E-mail address is required. Younger children may need guidance due to links to tabloids.


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