SCORE Project Teacher CyberGuide
(The Schools of California Online Resources for Educators Project)
- Roll of
Thunder, Hear My Cry
focus on the discrimination and prejudice African Americans faced during
the 1930's. It will lead to a study of the development of the Civil
focus on important issues in the novel and then relate those
issues to their contemporary world.
focus on the themes of family, relationships, friendships and
focus on appreciation of the freedoms they have in the present
and future and the importance of the past in the direction of that
Ann Frank Online
This site, the main USA Ann Frank website, has a focus on
Guide to the Holocaust
This site, created by a group of graduate students in a Development
ofTechnology-Based Instruction course at the University of South
Florida, features an annotated Timeline that traces anti-Semitism, the
Holocaust and their repercussions from 1918 to present with a large
number of links to documents, photos, glossary definitions, and other
sites with more details on specific topics. The People section discusses
the experiences and roles of the victims, perpetrators, bystanders,
resistors, liberators, and others. For educators there are the Student
Activities and Teacher Resources sections, which currently contain
sixteen lesson plans and a collection of annotated teaching resources.
Other Ethical, Legal and Social Issues [top]
and Social Issues in Science
this site is designed to stimulate discussions on the implications of
selected areas of scientific research with middle school students.
Topics include basic vs. applied research, breast cancer screening, air
pollution, genetic patents, medical privacy, and sustainable
Directory On-Line (ADOL)
ADOL is an electronic guide to informatio on adolescent issues. It is a
service of the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University.
A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and
Writing and Presenting Information: [top]
The Paradigm Online Writing Assistant
This site helps students think about how to conceive a writing project.
The site contains sections on deciding on what to write, organizing,
revising and editing your writing, various types of essays, including
thesis/support, argumentative, exploratory, and informal, and documenting
sources. Each section is accompanied by activities, which help the student
to incorporate the concepts.
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