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21. Homework Help
homework help. finished studying the Rainforest, using the sites below to help them with The Eiffel Tower, plus links to webcams in other famous places (keep in
Homework Help Home About Our School School Profile Admissions ... Contact Us General Reference Yahooligans This site is a children's version of the adult search engine Yahoo. It has a lot of categories with links to many useful sites. Ask Jeeves for Kids You can ask your questions here using "natural language" (the way you talk, instead of just search terms) or use the links to the side of the search box to help you ask questions on certain topics. KidsClick! A web search page nicely divided by topics as well as including alphabetical links and a search box. Awesome Library for Kids This site includes categories for all school subjects as well as projects, adventures, games, and more. Back to Top Maryland Maryland Government information an official site All About Maryland from the Maryland Archives Maryland Kids' Page lots of information about our state! Exploring Maryland history and more Hometown Annapolis use the map to explore the city Back to Top Flags of the United States Our 5th Graders are learning about the different flags that have been used throughout our country's history. They will use the information that they gather in their end-of-your production

22. - United States - New - Personal - Kids - School & Homework - Social St
resource featuring bios of famous americans, state facts and world cultures, world religions, Native American history, and Kid s

23. - United States - New - Personal - Kids - School & Homework - History -
of early explorers of South America including Vasco features links to biographies of famous explorers and

24. Newspapers In Education -Traverse City Record-Eagle
history http// Portal for Latin American news and reference materials, background information, famous works and
Record-Eagle Home News Business Sports ... Archives Helping Students Become Stewards Home
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Color Landform Atlas of the United States
Michigan page Geography at The Mining Company Maps Michigan maps North American map archive at the University of Oregon (most are interactive and require Shockwave plug-in) University of Georgia rare map collection - the New World Zip Code lookup at the United States Postal Service HISTORY American history resources

25. Santa Cruz Sentinel - Homework Help - Middle & High
http// are intended to help students with homework. reference materials, background information, famous works and
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The proper name is Jiska Homework help.  The site presents help in12 topics, Art to science. Homework Central The Big Chalk site offers 22 core subjects with multiple topics.  The site spans elementary school to high school and beyond. Alphabet Superhighway Traveling Tutor’s Writing Center  Features clearly written essays and exercises that help students develop the skills they need for academic writing.  All the bases are covered from brainstorming, research, outlining, composing and editing William Strunk Jr’s. Elements of Style You’ll find nearly 1,200 biographies ranging in length from a paragraph to a page on this site. The site is affiliated with the Arts and Entertainment cable TV channel.

26. CyberSleuth A K-12 Homework Helper And Directory
history and Genealogy Resources http //; ohio.htm; Bicycle Museum of America The museum fun stuff like downloads, awards, famous penguins and
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  • 27.  900s History - Geography
    short biographical notes on famous people mentioned. of native societies of the American continents before homework help galore. . The Development of Western
    Home Staff Directory Site Map Faculty E-mail ... 980 South American History
    • Africa News "The one-stop source for up-to-date information on all of Africa, with reports from Africa's leading newspapers, magazines and news agencies."
    • National Geographic World Online "Articles, activities, facts and fun from National Geographic's popular magazine for kids."
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    • The Century: America's Timeline "Explore the decades year-by-year to learn about the highlights of the 20th century. A lot of "timely" information brought to you by the History Channel!" HyperHistory Online Provides great interactive timelines covering events, people, the arts and sciences, includes short biographical notes on famous people mentioned. Infonation "Infonation is an easy-to-use, two-step database that allows you to view and compare the most up-to-date statistical data for the Member States of the United Nations." PBSHistory "Nearly everything on this homepage from the rich collection of PBS history deserves a look."
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    • Atlapedia Online "Atlapedia Online contains full color physical and political maps as well as key facts and statistics on countries of the world."

    28. School Social Studies Resources
    BJ Pinchbeck’s homework Helper http// s presidents and includes excerpts from famous speeches geography, 20 th Century, Africanamericans, etc

    29. African American Boxer Famous
    was a 50 cents piece that bore the resemblance of a famous educator. http// African americans in the Sports Arena
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    African Americans in the Visual Arts: A Historical Perspective
    Americans in the Visual Arts A Historical Perspective This exhibit tells the story of the African American artists' quest for creative recognition in their chosen art forms. ... shown, using the European, African , and American cultural context in these ... JESSIE REDMON (literature, first African American woman elected to Phi ...
    African American Family Trees - Genealogies of Notable Blacks in American History

    Explore the fascinating family trees of some of the most celebrated African Americans in history including comedian Bill Cosby, singer Dionne Warwick, boxer Muhammad Ali, boxer George Foreman, ... ... Learn more about the ancestry of famous African American boxer , Muhammad Ali - born in 1942 as ... of the ancestors and descendants of

    30. VPL KidZone! Homework Zone - All Links
    Canada Hall http// the histories of 240 North American native groups about the artists and their famous paintings.
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    Help the bees to find flowers by choosing the correct verb to complete the sentences.
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    Curriculum Area: Language Grade Level: Date Reviewed: October 28, 2003 A Maths Dictionary for Kids A fun dictionary for students that explains over 400 common mathematical terms in simple language. Prepared By: Jenny Eather Curriculum Area: Mathematics Grade Level: Date Reviewed: October 28, 2003 AADAC My Room Aimed at pre-teens, this Web site offers games, quizzes, activities and facts to raise awareness of alcohol, drugs, gambling, and tobacco problems and help kids make healthy lifestyle choices. Prepared By: Alberta Alcohol and Drug abuse Commission Curriculum Area: Grade Level: Date Reviewed: October 28, 2003 Prepared By: Ahlul Bayt Digital Islamic Library Project Curriculum Area: Religion Grade Level: Date Reviewed: October 28, 2003

    31. African Americans - Educational Potpourri
    and biographies by and about famous African American USC Aiken African http// African americans, Three Rivers
    Educational Potpourri
    This site is useful to teachers because it gives the names of many
    successful African Americans. Not only does it give names of successful
    African Americans, but it also tells where they are now and how they got to
    where they are. This list contains names of successful educators all the way
    to successful athletes. This site could be used for many things in the
    classroom. A teacher could go to this site for information on African
    Americans and their many accomplishments.

    This site is very useful to future or current teachers. The site gives
    examples of court cases, which prompted the civil rights movement for African Americans. This site gives ideas of class work students can do to learn more about African Americans, and how they fought to get treated the way they should have been treated anyway. One example the site gives is to write an essay about one of the court cases given on the site or maybe even finding a new case that not many people have heard of and writing an essay on that to share with the class.

    Procedure. Say We have learned about four famous United States presidents. . BCP DRAFT hist/GEOG 52. Kindergarten history/Geography - Special americans.
    Kindergarten - History/Geography - February Overview
    February lessons introduce children to some special Americans who have had an important role in shaping our country's history. Children will make coin rubbings of a penny, nickel and a quarter. This will allow for a natural tie-in to the math concept of recognizing and counting coins. BCP DRAFT HIST/GEO 34
    Kindergarten - History/Geography - Lesson 14
    Objectives Review that North America is the continent on which we live. Review that the United States is a country located in North America. Understand that people who live in the United States are called Americans.
    Materials A classroom size U.S. and world map Copies of the map of North America (attached) Crayons Magazines with pictures of Americans working
    Suggested Titles Anno, Mitsumasa. Anno's U.S.A. New York: Philomel, 1983. This is a delightful wordless picture book with detailed, full-page illustrations of the United States of today and yesterday. Lye, Keith. Take a Trip to Canada.

    33. AOE Educational Supply - Social Studies Curiculum Books
    Eye on history IF2660 African American hist. 23 famous Black americans Activities teach basic concepts in social studies and language arts.
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    Social Studies Geography - Instructional Fair Publications Living Geography: Interdisciplinary Units
    Eastern Africa
    Russia Grades 6-8. These challenging interdisciplinary units provide a broad study of the land, the people, the culture, and the animals of a particular region. Fact-filled, with widely varied activities, these books focus on the impact humans have on the living world. 48 pages. $4.95 each Blank Map Outlines Blank map outlines of the U.S. and countries around the world. These reproducible map outlines are designed to supplement a comprehensive study of the world. 96 pages. Map Skills Map Skills Grs. 3-4 U.S. Map Skills Gr. 5 World Map Skills Gr. 6 Backgroun information, teaching suggestions, and student worksheets are provided in each unit. An encyclopedia or atlas wil be necessary. $9.95 each Geography of the United States Middle School - New England, the Middle Atlantic States, the Southeast, the North Central States, the Rocky Mountain States, the Pacific States, Alaska, and Hawaii provide the focus for this study of U.S. geography based on the five themes of geography. 160 pages. Geography Around the World Middle School - The five themes of geography are the format for this study of the continents and major regions around the world. Units on Africa, North Africa and the Middle East, Asia, Europe, the Commonwealth of Independent States, North America, Latin America, and Oceania are all included with background material for the teacher. 160 pages.

    34. SFU Library - The Era Of The American Civil War
    historical Documents (http// great trials involving the rights of black americans. The famous American Trials Website, the Web s largest

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    Research Help Subject Guides > The Era of the American Civil War
    SUMMER SEMESTER 2004 HIST 450-4 The Era of the American Civil War JUMP to the TABLE of CONTENTS
    Updated: April 7, 2004
    Michael Egan email: Seminar: Monday 13:30 - 17:20 WMC 2521 CALENDAR DESCRIPTION Examining the political, social, economic, and cultural elements that led to the break up of the American republic, the Civil War, and the problems involved in reconstructing the union. PREREQUISITE 45 credit hours including 9 hours of lower division history credit. Students with credit for HIST 447 under the same topic may not take HIST 450 for further credit. COURSE CONTENT To truly understand the American spirit, one must study the U.S. Civil War. The core of the country was shaken politically, socially, economically, and culturally. Antebellum America saw itself in increasingly sectional ways, as North and South drifted apart. The future of slavery in particular drove this heightened political, economic, and moral sectionalism. As war erupted, the soul of the Union hung in the balance, but tensions continued after the war through the era of Reconstruction, which some critics have called “America’s unfinished revolution.” In seminar format, this course will explore this most divisive and engaging period in American history. This course will be divided into three thematic sections: the first third of our class meetings will examine the growing sectional rift that led to disunion; the second third will concentrate on the war; and the last third will consider the process of reconstruction to 1877. Rather than highlighting the military history, our focus will be on the social and cultural history of the Civil War era.

    35. Kathy Schrock's Guide For Educators - American History
    Multnomah Country Library homework Center American History Sites a studentproduced project that highlights famous black americans appearing on
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    Abraham Lincoln Research Site

    ...a compendium of facts and snippets about the life of Abraham Lincoln
    ...a well-chosen list of links to support the teaching of American history; arranged by time period

    Africans in America online documentary of "America's journey through slavery" including teaching resources
    America in the 1930's

    ...a content-rich site that looks at the 1930's through films, radio, and many other forms of cultural expressions
    American Civil War Home Page impressive number of links to Civil War information found on the Internet
    American Cultural History: The Twentieth Century
    ...a fact-filled look at the culture of the 20th century with links to support the research process American Currency Exhibit ...view American currency by era, historical significance, artistry, and imagery American Experience: The Presidents ...a companion to the PBS series with extensive information about the 20th century Presidents American History Units ...links to sites to support the curriculum in the following areas

    36. Kids Web Sites
    Has interesting information about some of his more famous books and some biographical. Georgia Native americans. http//
    Great Web Sites for Kids
    It is recommended that parents and other adults share the Internet experience with children.
    Go to the left side of the page
    and click on “Kids”
    Author/Illustrator Janet Stevens shares
    her art and the art of children with you as well as her books and what's
    A fun spot for adults and children. Has
    printable color sheets tied in to his books.
    Click on a “bag” and go. There are games,
    color sheets and other activities. Has interesting information about some of his more famous books and some biographical. This site has activities for children including puzzles and color sheets This site has Marc Brown's Arthur, Barney, Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers, Dragon Tales and much more. There are on-line games as well as printable color sheets. Here you will find Blue's Clues, Franklin, Little Bill, Richard Scarry, Maisy, and Kipper, and much more.

    37. Social Sciences http// Documents Supreme Court decisions, famous American documents, resources Science.html
    These sites may be useful for Social Studies assignments.
    Please read the descriptions before you click Economics Foreign Countries U.S. Government History ...
    Roaring 20s Video Project: Start Here
    Click here to find out the population of the world right now Debatable issues:
    This site offers links to information on a wide variety of controversial issues, including assisted suicide, animal rights, school prayer and school violence. Site assembled by the online Homework Center at Multnomah County, Oregon, Library. Your Nation: Here's a handy on-line tool that lets you compare characteristics for two countries, find the top and bottom five countries for any characteristic or summarize data for a particular country. More than 80 characteristics to select, from literacy to technology

    38. 16th Century Crime In Punishment
    http// Death, Crime Punishment, Empire, famous covers a Bibliography of native North americans (Coverage 16th
    16th century crime in punishment
    97 links 16th Century Page 2 If capital punishment was a real deterrent to crime, the 16th Century should be without crime. But, instead crime was much worse than today. The main local officials responsible for crime prevention -Justices of the Peace and JPs useful and gave them more work to do: one 16th century JP complained widely used and so was the fiercest punishment on the laws to suppress vagrants (see Gallery Crime 1450-1750 were built in many areas in the late 16th century. Sixteenth Century Renaissance English Literature: Background ... 1600) - Greenwich 2000 Introduction to the 16th Century - ct iannuzzo and War in the Renaissance - Virtual Renaissance Crime and Punishment in Elizabethan Punishment. took place in Dundee in the 1800s, usually for the crime of murder. Archives includes a series of Treasurer's Accounts from the 16th century to the

    39. Socialstudies Lesson Plans
    mini lesson on oral history for hist/Eng (810) Elaine Seavey, Seminole High School, Seminole, OK A TEAM APPROACH famous African-americans Microsoft OLE
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    40. History 1301 Berg Syllabus
    You don’t have to be famous for your is to develop a deeper understanding of American history and not accept electronic versions of papers and/or homework.
    US History to 1880 Discussion Section 8
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    Carlson L-118 “You don’t have to be famous for your life to be history.” ~Nell Sigmon I. General Information Teaching Assistant: Nikki Berg
    Office: 760 Social Sciences Building
    Office Hours: T/Th 8:00-8:45 a.m. and by appointment
    Office Telephone: (612) 624-6314
    email: (this is the best way to reach me) II. Goals There are two goals for this discussion section. The first is to develop critical thinking skills both as historians and as citizens. The second is to develop a deeper understanding of American history and of the materials and ideas presented in lecture by thinking, discussing, reading, and writing both analytically and clearly. This is a writing-intensive course and we will develop skills to write as historians do. We will learn how to analyze and critique primary and secondary sources. We will learn how to use them to support our own theories. And we will learn how to express our ideas in a logical and coherent manner. Quality of writing does count in your grade, so we will be working on writing skills in class. III. Preparing for Class

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