Teacher Tap

 

Content-Rich Websites

Where can I find good materials for students to read?
 
I'm concerned about the reading level of web resources. Where can I find resources for children?
 
What are the best online resources for students?

explorerDon't just find a "topic". Explore resources at your grade level and content area focus.

Use the following links to explore specific content area resources:

Check out grade level resources: K3 Resources, 3-6 Resources, 7-12 Resources.
 
Consider a new way for students to make good use of the online resources they find. Consider ways that technology could be used to enrich these projects!
 

Action Plan

Ad Campaign

Animation

Anecdotes

Articles

Bibliography

Board Game

Book

Brochure

Bumper Sticker

Card Game

Cassette

Chart

Collage

Collection

Comic/Cartoon

Contest

Costume

Cubes

Dance

Database

Debate

Demonstration

Desktop Present

Diagram

Diary

Dictionary

Diorama

Display

Documentary

Drawing

Essay

Experiment

Flowchart

Futuristic model

Hidden picture

HyperStudio

Illustration

Interview

Invention

Invitation

Graph

Graphic

Greeting Card

Jigsaw Puzzle

Journal

Letter

Light Show

Limerick

Magazine

Map

Mask

Mini-Center

Mobiles

Models

Multimedia

Mural

Museum

Music

Music Instrument

Newscast

Newsletter

Newspaper

Oral Report

Pamphlet

Panel Discuss

Paper folding

Patterns

Photos

Play

Poem

Portfolio

Poster/Banner

Presentation

Puppets

Quilt

Quiz Bowl

Radio Show

Recipe

Research Paper

Review

Riddle

Role Playing

Rubbings

Samples

Scavenger Hunt

Scrapbook

Sculpture

Seek & Find

Simulation

Short Story

Skit

Slide Show

Songs

Specimens

Spreadsheets

Speech

Surveys/Polls

Tape Recordings

Terrarium

Test

Time line

Tour

Transparencies

Travelogue

Television Show

Tutorial

Web Page

Webquest

Video

 

Integrate Content-Rich Websites

Go to the Teacher Tap: Search Tools. Learn more about effective use of search tools. Locate resources using one of the search tools that you haven't tried before.

After some exploration, ask yourself:
Does this website focus on the concept you want to teach?
Are the resources at the reading level of your students?
Would students use this as a large group, small group, or individually? Why?
How would the website be used in your curriculum as a springboard, information resource, activity, or closure?


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