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Archive: July 2011
7/21/2011 9:25:34 PM
Exploring America's Musical History
Add a bit of spice to your American History course by supplementing your curriculum with Exploring America’s Musical History. Or, you may want to build a fine arts elective around this DVD set.
7/19/2011 11:58:38 AM
According to its website, Life Smarts “is an educational program of the National Consumers League that develops the consumer and marketplace skills of teens in a fun way, and rewards them for the knowledge they demonstrate.” Your teen can take part in the competition or you may simply choose to use the free lesson plan material.
7/12/2011 3:42:43 PM
7/8/2011 5:50:34 PM
The work has been done for you! Z-Guides to the Movies make it easy to incorporate media into your curriculum. Check out the many titles available. They are listed under various history time periods so you can choose movie guides that relate to your subject matter.
7/7/2011 1:54:41 PM
Financial Literacy Scholarship
Your teen may be interested in creating a video to submit to the Financial Connects contest sponsored by Net Literacy.
7/6/2011 6:27:55 PM
Art History Resources
Art History Resources is a wonderfully organized site that provides handy links to art from a wide variety of time periods. It may be a great supplement to your teen’s art history course.
7/5/2011 9:58:20 AM
Word searches can be a fun way to review for a quiz, learn vocabulary words, or introduce a new unit study. Create Your Own Word Search lets you input a list of words, and then a personal word search is generated. Check out the archives on the site for word searches that others have created in areas such as civics, anatomy, chemistry, careers, and more!