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81. Cove Links
Great Page for fun in Learning; Kids Games Fun games to play in all areas of study or just for fun. Information and homework help
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Welcome to our links page! We, the teachers in the Cove, feel the internet is an excellent resource and a fun tool for students and parents to use for research and reinforcement.
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82. CADL - Local Links - Social Services
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83. Librarians' Choice 1997 Fiction
Devil in Music · Ross, Kate (M); Perfidia · Rossner, Judith; american Pastoral · Roth Bear and His Daughter · Stone, Robert (ss); West of Venus · Troy, Judy;
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Selected by the staff of the Fiction Department from books received in 1997.
  • The Price of Land in Shelby The Mercy Seat The Black Flower Lives of the Monster Dogs Excession The Untouchable The Evening Class Midwives Girls Exiles The Reconstruction The Conquest Heat Lightning Where You Are Lost Highway The Diary of Mattie Spenser The Bone Collector Love Warps the Mind a Little Hallucinating Foucault When the Sons of Heaven Meet the Daughters of the Earth The Blue Flower Women with Men The Mirror Neverwhere Pilgrims The Ordinary Seaman Moonchasers and Other Stories The Deer Mouse Snow in August Let Me Be the One Do the Windows Open Bronte A Firing Offense A Child Out of Alcatraz Already Dead Le Divorce Nashville 1864 Los Alamos Esau Silver City The Falling Boy Asylum The Summer House Sharpshooter: a Novel of the Civil War The Conversations at Curlow Creek Brandenburg The Tenth Justice Fugitive Pieces Ingenious Pain Renaissance Moon The Dogs of Winter The Yellow Admiral Beyond Recognition The Wishbones A Booke of Days: A Novel of the Crusades The Devil in Music Perfidia American Pastoral The God of Small Things Straight Man Sacrifice The Rose Cottage Bear and His Daughter West of Venus Leaning Towards Infinity
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84. Librarians' Choice 1998 Fiction
The Wonder Worker; Huth, Angela · Wives of the fishermen *; Jacobs, Harvey · american Goliath; in the Evening *; Munro, Alice · The Love of a Good Woman (ss);
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  • Allison, Dorothy Cavedweller Amis, Martin Night Train Bainbridge, Beryl Master Georgie Baker, Keith Inheritance Banks, Iain A Song of Stone Barrett, Andrea Voyage of the Narwhal Barthelme, Frederick Bob the Gambler Block, Valerie Was It Something I Said? Bradshaw, Gillian Island of Ghosts Cameron, Peter Andorra Carey, Peter Jack Maggs Carroll, Jonathan Kissing the Beehive Chadwick, Elizabeth The Champion Coburn, Andrew Birthright Cook, Thomas H. Instruments of Night Cooley, Martha The Archivist Cornwell, Bernard Excalibur Davis-Goff, Annabel The Dower House Dietrich, William Ice reich Egan, Greg Diaspora (SF) Erdrich, Louise The Antelope Wife Estleman, Loren Journey of the Dead Fergus, Jim One Thousand White Women Finder, Joseph High Crimes Folsom, Allan Day of Confidence Gautreaux, Tim The Next Step in the Dance Genberg, Ira Reckless Homicide Goodman, Allegra Kaaterskill Falls Haig, Kathryn

85. Content Connection
Kids Almanac Use this site to help you with your research. american Memory from the Library of Congress The american Memory features multimedia collections of,3138,5764-202015-4-66900,00.html

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Nominate this site for the Showcase Longwood Special Education PTA Content Connection Great Links for Social Studies The TerraServer The TerraServer has an impressive collection of satellite photos of the world. Work your way through the site and you'll find remarkably clear images of the famous Area 51, the Great Wall of China, and perhaps even your very own home! Be patient when you visit this site. Because of the graphics involved, it's sometimes very slow loading. Kids' Almanac Use this site to help you with your research. You can search for a word or phrase or choose from topics such as people, sports and fun facts. The New York Times Learning Network. Student Connections Visit this site for news summaries, a news quiz ,and Ask a Reporter (to name a few). You can also learn about this day in history and other historic events. Scholastic News Zone Get your current events here! News Zone provides you with today's top stories and links to other kids. magazines. American Memory from the Library of Congress The American Memory features multimedia collections of digitized documents, photographs, recorded sound, moving pictures, and text from the Library of Congress Americana collections.

86. MSN Encarta - Multimedia - Rookie Of The Year (American League)
Appears in, Rookie of the Year (american League). Year, Player, Team. 1952, Harry Byrd (p), Philadelphia Athletics. 1953, Harvey Kuenn (ss), Detroit Tigers.
MSN Home My MSN Hotmail Shopping ... Money Web Search: logoImg(''); Encarta Subscriber Sign In Help Home ... Upgrade to Encarta Premium Search Encarta Multimedia from Encarta Appears in Rookie of the Year (American League) Year Player Team Roy Sievers (of) St. Louis Cardinals Walt Dropo (1b) Boston Red Sox Gil McDougald (3b) New York Yankees Harry Byrd (p) Philadelphia Athletics Harvey Kuenn (ss) Detroit Tigers Bob Grim (p) New York Yankees Herb Score (p) Cleveland Indians Luis Aparicio (ss) Chicago White Sox Tony Kubek (of/inf) New York Yankees Albie Pearson (of) Washington Senators Bob Allison (of) Washington Senators Ron Hansen (ss) Baltimore Orioles Don Schwall (p) Boston Red Sox Tom Tresh (ss/of) New York Yankees Gary Peters (p) Chicago White Sox Tony Oliva (of) Minnesota Twins Curt Blefary (of) Baltimore Orioles Tommie Agee (of) Chicago White Sox Rod Carew (2b) Minnesota Twins Stan Bahnsen (p) New York Yankees Lou Piniella (of) Kansas City Royals Thurman Munson (c) New York Yankees Chris Chambliss (1b) Cleveland Indians Carlton Fisk (c) Boston Red Sox Al Bumbry (of) Baltimore Orioles Mike Hargrove (1b) Texas Rangers Fred Lynn (of) Boston Red Sox Mark Fidrych (p) Detroit Tigers Eddie Murray (1b/dh) Baltimore Orioles Lou Whitaker (2b) Detroit Tigers 1979 (shared) John Castino (3b) Minnesota Twins 1979 (shared) Alfredo Griffin (ss) Toronto Blue Jays Joe Charboneau (dh/of) Cleveland Indians Dave Righetti (p) New York Yankees Cal Ripken, Jr. (ss)

87. MSN Encarta - Multimedia - Most Valuable Player (American League)
1923, Babe Ruth (of), New York Yankees. 1924, Walter Johnson (p), Washington Senators. 1925, Roger Peckinpaugh (ss), Washington Senators. 1929, no american League MVP.
MSN Home My MSN Hotmail Shopping ... Money Web Search: logoImg(''); Encarta Subscriber Sign In Help Home ... Upgrade to Encarta Premium Search Encarta Multimedia from Encarta Appears in Most Valuable Player (American League) Year Player Team Ty Cobb (of) Detroit Tigers Tris Speaker (of) Boston Red Sox Walter Johnson (p) Washington Senators Eddie Collins (2b) Philadelphia Athletics George Sisler (1b) St. Louis Browns Babe Ruth (of) New York Yankees Walter Johnson (p) Washington Senators Roger Peckinpaugh (ss) Washington Senators George Burns (1b) Cleveland Indians Lou Gehrig (1b) New York Yankees Mickey Cochrane (c) Philadelphia Athletics no American League MVP Lefty Grove (p) Philadelphia Athletics Jimmie Foxx (1b) Philadelphia Athletics Jimmie Foxx (1b) Philadelphia Athletics Mickey Cochrane (c) Detroit Tigers Hank Greenberg (1b) Detroit Tigers Lou Gehrig (1b) New York Yankees Charlie Gehringer (2b) Detroit Tigers Jimmie Foxx (1b) Boston Red Sox Joe DiMaggio (of) New York Yankees Hank Greenberg (of) Detroit Tigers Joe DiMaggio (of) New York Yankees Joe Gordon (2b) New York Yankees Spud Chandler (p) New York Yankees Hal Newhouser (p) Detroit Tigers Hal Newhouser (p) Detroit Tigers Ted Williams (of) Boston Red Sox Joe DiMaggio (of) New York Yankees Lou Boudreau (ss) Cleveland Indians Ted Williams (of) Boston Red Sox Phil Rizzuto (ss) New York Yankees Yogi Berra (c) New York Yankees Bobby Shantz (p) Philadelphia Athletics Al Rosen (3b) Cleveland Indians Yogi Berra (c) New York Yankees Yogi Berra (c) New York Yankees Mickey Mantle (of) New York Yankees Mickey Mantle (of)

88. History & Social Studies
Presidents american Presidents; into an enchanted rainforest where magical trees come to life to empower young people with ways they can help protect the last

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  • 89. Mrs. LeHew, 6th Grade Social Studies TeacherWeb Update SS LETTER
    Update ss LETTER. your child as we travel through Europe, Latin America, and North America. Some homework examples for my class could be “Reread today’s
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    ss LETTER. with your child as we travel through Europe, Latin America, and North America. 1 – Check in the Panther Planner to see the homework assignments.
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    91. Classic Liners And Cruise Ships - S.S. United States
    Hopefully, they have done their homework and understand what they are getting into, but the ss United States The Story of America s Greatest Ocean
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    SS United States Rating : N/A Submit your review here Operator: United States Line Year Built / Last Refurbished: Length / Tonnage: Number of Cabins / Passengers: Officers / Crew: American / American Operating Area: Transatlantic Overview: she was built for United States Line with the help of a US government subsidy. In addition to being a cruise ship, she was to be easily convertible into a troopship with the ability to carry 14,000 men over 10,000 miles without refueling. She was designed by the noted marine architect, William Francis Gibbs and her maiden voyage began on July 3, 1952. When launched very little was known about her true speed and years later it was revealed that she achieved a top speed of over 38 knots during her trials. Her first passage was made in 3 days, 10 hours and 40 minutes from Ambrose Lighthouse to Bishops Rock. This easily beat the Queen Mary's previous Eastbound record by about 10 hours.

    92. Middle School Standards, Retention And Social Promotion
    For many, homework is now Crossing the Tracks How Untracking Can Save America s Schools Detracking grade level math/science and language arts/ss, so the

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    Extra Help and Support to "Meet Standards"
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    With growing numbers of students retained in grade in the name of 'standards,' the need to develop extra help at the individual school level is urgent, says educator writer/researcher Anne Wheelock.
    You can read a background/introduction to this article at CSTEEP.
    Without question, the best strategy a school can use to foster achievement and prevent either grade retention or "social promotion" is to set out to remake itself into a school with "holding power," a school that offers a rich grade-level curriculum in classrooms staffed by teachers knowledgeable in the content and skilled in helping all students understand that content. Schools with holding power further organize themselves to foster positive teacher-student relationships and develop a strong motivational climate that values achievement for all students. These practices all contribute to developing a schoolwide "culture of high standards."
    Schools that are developing a "culture of high standards" work hard to make sure that every student receives the support needed to "meet standards" for grade promotion. Educators in such schools do not wish to pass unprepared students on to the next grade, but they also know that grade retention undermines achievement and is a poor substitute for good teaching and learning. As an alternative to either of these actions, such schools offer every student effective help early and often during the school year, before rather than after students fail. Moreover, they see academic failure as evidence that they themselves have failed to provide students with the support they need to do better work.

    93. Ginny's Educational Search Engines
    Arts; Social Studies; Math; Research homework. http//www Educational Resources Outside North America. http// Check this one
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    ~ Not That You Asked...Article #1 ~
    Search engines fascinate me. A user's choice of them is almost endless. New ones come into being. The more established ones are often up-dated in a never-ending attempt to be fresh and inviting. When I work with students (grades 6-12) who are trying to use the Internet, I want plain ones. Those that are free of advertising and the search box is very obvious. Two that meet these requirements are:
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    A couple more search engines are almost meet my requirements:
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    Both of these have an obvious search box; however there are lots of preexisting links on each page. Perhaps they might be helpful to some users; however, I find many students are distracted by the extras. For those who think one engine is as good as another, I issue this challenge. Pick a subject to research. Then try these four and some of the others you might use. I think you will find that different links are found in each.
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    95. Prince George's County Memorial Library System - Teen Center
    BookLists African american Fiction. Lester, Julius - THIS STRANGE NEW FEELING (ss); Lipsyte, Robert - THE CONTENDER; Mathis, Sharon Bell - TEACUP FULL OF ROSES;
    Research Databases Home Library Policies Library Cards Contact Us ... Web Links BookLists - African American Fiction
    • Armstrong, William Howard - SOUNDER Baldwin, James - IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Berry, James - AJEEMAH AND HIS SON Butler, Octavia - KINDRED Childress, Alice - Cooper, Melrose - LIFE RIDDLES Crutcher, Chris - WHALE TALK Draper, Sharon - TEARS OF A TIGER, FORGED BY FIRE Farmer, Nancy - A GIRL NAMED DISASTER Flake, Sharon G. - Gaines, Ernest - AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MISS JANE PITTMAN Gordon, Sheila - WAITING FOR THE RAIN Guy, Rosa - THE FRIENDS, DISAPPEARANCE Hamilton, Virginia - SWEET WHISPERS BROTHER RUSH Hodge, Merle - FOR THE LIFE OF LATITIA Johnson, Angela - TONING THE SWEEP, HUMMING, HEAVEN Lester, Julius - THIS STRANGE NEW FEELING (ss) Lipsyte, Robert - THE CONTENDER Mathis, Sharon Bell - TEACUP FULL OF ROSES Moore, Yvette - FREEDOM SONG Mowry, Jess - BABYLON BOYS, WAY PAST COOL, SIX OUT SEVEN Murray, Millie -

    96. IKnow - What's On - Events Listings
    Anything Goes. GTss present Anything Goes 0000 0000 GMT 04-Aug-04 - 07-Aug-04 Action on board ss american sailing from New York to England Durham Gala

    97. Team I SS Page
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    Mr . Knisely
    Cold War
    "A new kind of war that not so hot!" So certain that Truman would lose, newspapers printed the headlines even before the vote was finished. Do you still think your vote doesn't matter The demand for houses by families during the Baby Boom led a former Navy SeaBee, William Levitt, to build his Levittowns like here in Long Island. Lots of inexpensive nearly identical homes. The suburbs were really here! There was even a song about it: Little boxes on the hillside, little boxes made of ticky tacky,
    Little boxes on the hillside, little boxes all the same.
    There's a green one and a pink one and a blue one and a yellow one,
    And they're all made out of ticky tack and they all look just the same.... Words and music by Malvina Reynolds, 1962 Schroder Music, renewed 1990 Nancy Schimmel. Tail Gunner Joe was Senator Joseph McCarthy's nickname (though he never was one). He spear headed the newest Red Scare that destroyed dozens of lives and created a panic that even manifested itself in the movies we saw like the Invasion of the Body Snatchers.

    98. LongIslandKids.Org: Homework Helper
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    99. SS Dept Course Overviews
    Riverside High School
    Social Studies Course Overviews
    C. Bailey, U.S. History
    C. Bailey, AP U.S. History

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    Ms. Bailey Class Expectations
    The basic things necessary for success in this class are respect, open-mindedness, and a sense of responsibility. In order to create a learning environment in which we all feel comfortable, we must respect each other's backgrounds, thoughts, interests, and abilities. When we encounter ideas that are unfamiliar to us, we will evaluate the ways in which they are different but also search for similarities to our own experiences. We must fulfill our responsibilities to ourselves and to each other in order to have a productive year together. Class Description
    The U.S. history curriculum focuses on the study of the founding of our country, its growth process from a new nation to a world power, and the economic, social, and political trends that have shaped our domestic agenda and our international affairs. We will focus on the causes and effects of pivotal events in U.S. history and look at the periods of continuity and those of change that have influenced what our nation is today. Our study of U.S. history will incorporate these units:
    1. Discovery and Settlement

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