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Learn 360 Interactive Games  - see teacher or librarian for login. You will need to login and click on the link again to get to the list of games. 
 
 
Touching Spirit Bear Scavenger Hunt Links

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    Gods and Goddesses Links

     www.mythweb.com

     
     
     
     
    http://www.greekmythology.com/  - includes Myths, Titans and other creatures.
     
    http://www.theoi.com/Tree.html  -- Geneology of the Gods Family Tree.  A big list to review.  
     
    Greek Gods Projects Questions

    1. Name - both Greek and Roman

    2.  Physical appearance

    3.  Area or domain of influence (god of music, goddess of the family and home, god of war)

    4.  Strengths or talents (he can control the weather, she can fly, he can manipulate man’s dreams)

    5.  Personality traits and flaws (falls in love with everyone, becomes easily jealous, has a bad temper)

    6.  Symbols or objects that he or she is seen with or that fits his or her traits (trident, lightening bolt)

    7.  Relationships to other gods, goddesses, heroes and monsters. Who are his or her family members? (Father or mother of __, daughter or son to __)

    8.  Who are your god’s or goddess’ enemies? Who do they punish or become angered by?

    9.  Who are your god’s or goddesses’ allies and friends? Who do they help? Who are they seen with in myth? 

     
    Mrs. Michael's World Historic Figures Research

     
    Historic Figures from the BBC -  Comprehensive list of important figures in history in a concise readable format. 
    History Channel - not a lot of biographies, but the ones they have are great. 
     
    DATABASE LINKS   Databases on trial include the following:
    Biography in Context
    Canada inContext
    National Geographic Kids
    Opposing Viewpoints inContext
    Science inContext
    Student Resources inContext (please compare this to our current subscription of Ebsco’s Student Research Center)
    US History inContext
    World History inContext
                 
    National Parks Links and Project Info
    Topics to research:
    • History and statistics, 
    • Flora and Fauna (plants and animals), and 
    • Fascinating Features.
    • Science Terms - see section below
     
    Use these notes sheets and remember to make connections with T4!
    SPLIT NOTES PAGE ENCY.doc(Use this notes sheet for your reference book also)
    SPLIT NOTES PAGE website.doc
  • National Park Service - Required resource
  • National Geographic National Parks page -  Links to all parks
     
  • World Book Online(subscription database need passwords for home use) - Required resource
     
  • Hawaii Volcano National Park  - Park Vision website
     
  • Crater Lake Institute- has info/photos on plants and animals
     
  •  Crater Lake National Park - Park Vision website
     
  • Park Vision Websitea good resource for hard to find flora and fauna.
     
  • Closer to Nature- a variety of links and resource on parks.
     
  • Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia - from Ebsco Statewide Digital Pipeline
     
  • US National Parks - Not a government site.
  • List of World Heritage Sites in the United States
  • Summer Getaways: National Park Service: a series from National Public Radio

  • National Park Science Exhibit Resources
    Assignment Description
    List of science terms selected for each park

    Example of project setup (backboard optional) 

    Science Links                    

     Additional Science Links      for some parks  


     National Park Trading Cards:  

    http://bighugelabs.com

     The following directions are in PDF format:  template, bighugelabs, printing.

    Trading Card Template


    Trading Card Icons  - Use icons from this list only.

    List of World Heritage Sites in the United States











    Holocaust Links -- try World History inContext above...



     

    6th Grade Calgary Stampede Project  

  • Library books on Europe:  Look in the NON-FICTION section in the 940s

    • Background Notes US State Dept. provides information on geographic entities and international organizations War and Conflict
    • CIA World Fact Book - Central Intelligence Agency provides comprehensive information about all the countries in the world
    Writing Activities
    Make beliefs comix
    Power Proofreading
    Flip-a-chip  vocabulary
    Grammar Interactive Writing Activities

    ( June 4 1937, at Goodwell, Oklahoma.)
    • NoodleTools - Use NoodleTools to keep track of sources for information and pictures, take notes, and complete your outline.
    • Dust Bowl - collection of images showing wind erosion and dust storms.
    • Dust Death / Black Sunday


    Search Tips
    World War II and Holocaust

    Holocaust


      WWII
    •  http://worldwar-2.net/index.htm - Site has great timelines, links to other resources and media related to WWII.  No documentation of their information.
    • National World War II Museum - Mission Statement - "The National World War II Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world – why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today – so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn. "  Check out the Student Page too!
    Propaganda Posters - propaganda definition:  Biased information designed to influence public opinion and behavior.
    Q 1: What is the purpose?
    Q 2: How did it impact the people of the time?
    Q 3: What thoughts and feelings, emotional responses, are evoked in you?
    1. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/poisonous-mushroom-book.xml color cover of the children’s book, The Poisonous Mushroom
     
     

    3. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/antisemitic-coloring-book.xml coloring book page

    4. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/poster-you-belong-fuhrer.xml League of German Girls

     

    5. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/nuremberg-race-laws-chart.xml Nuremburg race Chart

     

    6. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/loss-racial-pride.xml Racial Pride

    Debate

     
    Evaluating for Purpose...

     

     

     

     
    Solar System Webquest - Planet Walk
    WWII Links
    3. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/antisemitic-coloring-book.xml coloring book page
    4. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/poster-you-belong-fuhrer.xml League of German Girls
     
    5. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/nuremberg-race-laws-chart.xml Nuremburg race Chart
     
    6. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/loss-racial-pride.xml Racial Pride
    Periodic Table Links
    http://www.ptable.com/
     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    7th Grade Research Links

    6 Traits for great writing!

    Comic Creator

    Fractured Fairy Tales

    Run-on Sally

     

     

    Out of the DustResearch Project - Mrs. Kitchin 

    World Book Online Encyclopedia (get login from library)

    Fact Monster Online Almanac

     

    Name the Countries page: Use the Google search engine.

     

    • Type the three geographical names in one search box. 
    • Put quotes around names with more than one word.  For example: "Lake Vanern"
    • You don't type commas in a search.  Search engines are smart!
    • READ the search results!! 
    • Find the answer in the search results.  Don't go to any other websites... you don't need to!

     

    • click on this link to download file to your computer. 
    • Click OPEN on the pop up window.
    • Google Earth will automatically launch
    • Follow directions in place mark text bubbles to discover some of the wonderful features of Google Earth!
    • Tour created by Steve Krueger 
    Propaganda Posters - propaganda definition:  Biased information designed to influence public opinion and behavior.
    Q 1: What is the purpose?
    Q 2: How did it impact the people of the time?
    Q 3: What thoughts and feelings, emotional responses, are evoked in you?
    1. http://www.ushmm.org/propaganda/exhibit.html#/records/data/records/poisonous-mushroom-book.xml color cover of the children’s book, The Poisonous Mushroom
     
     

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