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The home of the “Grammar Slammer”, this site provides students with corrections in grammar in their writing and brief lessons to explain the mistakes.
This software is compatible with computers and mobile devices. It is used to correct language in written documents, e-mails, etc. using an interactive software that makes suggestions for corrections and explains the reasoning.
Includes terms, interactive exercises, and handouts that are easily downloaded.
Literacy Net: Learning Resources
Offers website support in reading comprehension using current news stories from CNN. Students click on the story and receive the full text and interactive activities to test comprehension.
Free text to speech reader. With the app, students can take pictures of text and then have it read to them or save as an audio file to be read later.
The New York Times: The Learning Network
Based on a blog from the New York Times, this site takes articles from the news and turns them into exercises in reading comprehension for students.
Helps to improve vocabulary in all subjects.
This is America’s story presented by the Library of Congress. Information is given about the people and events that shaped our nation’s history.
Provides background and current information on civics and government.
Contains primary and secondary resources for American history. Students can listen to parts of famous speeches and find important dates throughout history.
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