Thursday, June 24, 2010


Thurs., June 24, 2010 - Print and Photo Researcher's Toolkit

Print and Photo Researcher's Toolbox

Want to learn more about how to identify photographs or how to incorporate photographs into classroom activities? The Prints and Photographs Division has created a researcher’s toolbox which includes links to visual literacy exercises, how photographs can be used to support research and how to locate images found within the Prints and Photographs collections.

Source: Library of Congress


Thurs., June 24, 2010 - Free Large Photos of Famous Places / Sojourner Truth

Sites found in:
March 6-12, 2009

Large Photos of Famous Places and Landscapes Now Available Free Online
March 10th, 2009
Direct to

From the News Release:

    No need to pay for a high resolution shot of the Eiffel Tower, Grand Canyon, Golden Gate Bridge or a lovely sunset. Shots of these and numerous other famous landmarks, cities and places from around the world are now available free at

    More than 2,600 images sized 4MP or larger are available through The site’s developer and manager, Roy Tennant of Sonoma, Calif., said, “The photos are free to individuals for personal use, but if they are used on a web site a photo credit and a link to the web site are required.” Commercial interests are charged $50 a shot if an image is used to sell a product or to promote a business or organization.”

    Currently, has the work of six photographers organized under hundreds of categories. Some of the famous cities and locations represented are: Paris, New York City, Washington D.C., Sydney, San Francisco, Quebec City, New Orleans, Yosemite, the Sonoma and Napa Valleys, Niagara Falls, the Sierra Nevada, the Rocky Mountains, and Banff National Park. contains dozens of shots from the countries of Canada, Australia, France, Jordan, the Netherlands, Oman, South Korea, Switzerland and Thailand. There are also shots of landmarks and scenery from the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, New York, Oregon and Utah.

Sojourner Truth: Online Resources

From the site:
The digital collections of the Library of Congress contain a wide variety of material associated with Sojourner Truth, including manuscripts, photographs, and books. This guide compiles links to digital materials related to Sojourner Truth that are available throughout the Library of Congress Web site. In addition, it provides links to external Web sites focusing on Sojourner Truth and a bibliography containing selected works for both general and younger readers.

Includes links to:
Sojourner Truth Institute of Battle Creek
    In 1998 the Sojourner Truth Institute of Battle Creek was established as an affiliate of the Battle Creek Community Foundation to "expand the historical and biographical knowledge of her life's work and carry on her mission by teaching, demonstrating and promoting projects that accentuate the ideals and principles for which she stood."
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Sojourner Truth Memorial Web Site
    This site describes the origin of the Sojourner Truth Memorial project, its mission, and it provides links to resources pertaining to Truth.

Gary Price
Editor, ResourceShelf
The ResourceShelf & DocuTicker Team
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Thurs., June 24, 2010 - The Interactive Nolli Map Website: Rome

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Site of the Day

The Interactive Nolli Map Website -- Rome

Today's site, from the University of Oregon, offers the famous 18th century Nolli
map of the city of Rome in an interactive presentation. Gentle Subscribers will
find a wealth of readily accessible historical information on Rome.

"In 1748 Giambattista Nolli created a Map of Rome that is still regarded as one of
the most significant documented records of the Eternal City. This website
resurrects the map and gives it an interactive face, allowing students,
cartographers and others to study it from an entirely new angle. ... The Map Engine
may be accessed from any page of the website, allowing you to navigate through the
city at a variety of scales. Using the Map Engine, the user can pan in any
direction and zoom in or out from the macro-scale of the city to the micro-scale of
the building. Layers have been created to focus on particular topics, for example
'gardens'. ... Layers may be turned on and off, and blended with map ... to provide
for the best viewing conditions." - from the website

Along with the map itself, the site highlights a number of themes comprising
natural characteristics and landscape elements, architecture and urban design,
social factors and cartography. Among the presentation's special features are
essays dealing with how urban forms relate to the overall life of the city, an
exploration of the more unassuming institutions such as schools, hospitals and
prisons, as well as the famous churches and palaces, and a consideration of the
geographical and hydrographic elements. Also included is an Italian glossary to
facilitate understanding of the map notations for the non-specialist and a
sophisticated index system to allow easy access to the more than 1300 locations on
the original document.

Journey to the site for a notable resource on the city of Rome at:

A.M. Holm
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Thurs., June 24, 2010 - Dressing a Galaxy: The Costumes of Star Wars

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Site of the Day

Dressing a Galaxy: The Costumes of Star Wars Exhibit

Today's site comes from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in
California, which has mounted a presentation to showcase the sweep of designs from
the the Star Wars universe. From the raffish charm of Han Solo's casual gear to the
unforgettable designs worn by Princess Leia, Gentle Subscribers will find the full
panoply of Star Wars costumes.

"The Star Wars saga has changed popular culture forever. The spirit of imagination
it represents - that ability to dream big - is something we believe in here at
FIDM. ... A collection of more than 100 costumes, accessories, and props from all
six films in the Star Wars saga were on display, including those from the latest
chapter, Episode III Revenge of the Sith." - from the website

A slideshow presentation of the exhibit displays the museum's collection of
costumes. From Wookies to bounty hunters, the exhibit highlights the range of
characters and their distinctive garments and appearance. Photos of some of the
fantastic "heads" designed for the films are also on display. In addition, a
selection of Star Wars desk wallpapers is available for free download.

Warp over to the site for the costumes of Star Wars exhibit at:

A.M. Holm
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Wednesday, June 23, 2010


Wed., June 23, 2010 - The Bad Credit Hotel

The Bad Credit Hotel

From the site:
Check in and learn the basics of maintaining good credit.  You can do this by exploring the hotel in game mode or by going directly to the information through the hotel directory.


From the site:
Welcome to The Bad Credit Hotel. A place where folks come to enlighten the murkier areas of their credit know-how. Some have come face-to-face with unnerving credit circumstances. Others come here seeking knowledge.

Source: U.S. Treasury


Wed., June 23, 2010 - Dawn Mission!

Dawn Mission!
Dawn's goal is to characterize the conditions and processes of the solar system's earliest epoch by investigating in detail two of the largest protoplanets remaining intact since their formations.

Dawn Kids: Fun Activities for Kids

Dawn Education
Last updated: 05/30/10

Dawn Classrooms: Teachers and Students


Wed., June 23, 2010 - Everyday Mysteries: Who Invented the Automobile? / Stem Cell Research (2) / Reptiles: Komodo Dragon

Sites found in:
Librarians' Internet Index
Websites you can trust!

NEW THIS WEEK, March 12, 2009

Everyday Mysteries: Who Invented the Automobile?
This site answers the question "Who invented the automobile?" by concluding that while the question "does not have a straightforward answer ... [because there] are many different types of automobiles. ... If we had to give credit to one inventor, it would probably be Karl Benz from Germany." Includes a chart showing some of the automobile firsts (such as for steam, gasoline, and electric vehicles). From Science Reference Services, Library of Congress (LOC).

How Stem Cells Work
This article provides brief background about stem cells, pluripotent cells that can develop into every cell, and related matters. Topics include how stem cells operate, acquiring embryonic stem cells for research, replicating stem cells in a lab, research challenges, using stem cells to treat diseases, and controversy over research. From HowStuffWorks.


Stem Cell Information    
This site is the official National Institutes of Health (NIH) resource for stem cell research. Includes an introduction to stem cells and the "possibility of cell-based therapies to treat disease, which is often referred to as regenerative or This site is the official National Institutes of Health (NIH) resource for stem cell research. Includes an introduction to stem cells and the "possibility of cell-based therapies to treat disease, which is often referred to as regenerative or regenerative or reparative medicine," and information about research ethics, federal policy, research projects and papers, and more. Note: The NIH library stem cell literature database is not available to the public.
[NOTE: Previously posted. This page was last modified on Thursday, April 29, 2010  - Phyllis ]


Reptiles: Komodo Dragon
Fact sheet about the Komodo dragon, "the biggest living lizard in the world ... It is a type of monitor lizard, an ancient species of reptile with ancestors that date back more than 100 million years." Provides quick facts (such as length and weight), photos, a related article about the protection of this endangered species, and other details about the Komodo dragon. From the San Diego Zoo.
[NOTE: Home page  previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Copyright 2009 by Librarians' Internet Index.


Wed., June 23, 2010 - WritingFix

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Hi! It's Wednesday, March 11, 2009 and time for Writing at

Recommended Website:
WritingFix: Mentor Text Writing Lessons
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Age Range: 8-18+ (There's wiggle room here that will
accommodate many ages and grade levels.)

This terrific website offers free interactive writing lessons
and prompts for all ages and grade levels so that "writing is
taught well, not simply assigned." You simply won't believe
the variety of engaging lessons and innovative activities to
help writers of all ages learn the skills and practice the
craft of writing.

When you get to the site you'll see an introduction. Visually,
the site has lots going on and so much content it may seem a
little overwhelming. Stay focused to find what you need. Use
the menu on the left side of the screen to access:

*Writing Prompts - This page generates over 500 writing
prompts or ideas for topics for a written paper or assignment.

*Mentor Text Lessons - JACKPOT! This section is full of
lessons specific to learning Idea Development, Voice, Sentence
Fluency, Organization, Word Choice and more. Instruction and
activities are based on picture books, chapter books,
literature, poetry, short stories, and iPod inspired lessons.

*6 Trait Resources - Get all kinds of ingenious
teacher-created ideas, lessons, and activities to motivate
students to write - and write well.

*Writing Process - Get pre-writing ideas, and learn to compose
rough drafts, edit, revise, proofread and evaluate writing.

*Tools for the Writing Classroom - A GOLDMINE of writing tools
awaits you here that will motivate the most reluctant writers.
Get daily writing prompts, mini writing lessons, try creative
journaling, discover creative "Post-It" use, enjoy family
writing projects, and writing projects that incorporate art.
Get lessons that appeal to boy writers, and explore some
author studies.

*Writing Genres - Learn how to write to inform, persuade, and
narrate. Practice skills for creative writing, poetry, and
business writing.

*Writing Across The Curriculum - Learn to use writing
assignments and activities that incorporate subjects like
history, science, and math.

A description of what is available at this site simply doesn't
do it justice. This is a remarkable resource and it gets a
ClickSchooling Award for Excellence.

Diane Flynn Keith
for ClickSchooling

Copyright 2009, Diane Flynn Keith, All Rights Reserved.
Publication or distribution in any medium (including blogs,
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prohibited without prior written permission.

DID YOU MISPLACE A ClickSchooling Review? Do you need to find an educational website - fast!  Visit the ClickSchooling archives at:

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Tues., June 22, 2010 - CIA: The World Factbook

The World Factbook

The World Factbook provides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 266 world entities. Our Reference tab includes: maps of the major world regions, as well as Flags of the World, a Physical Map of the World, a Political Map of the World, and a Standard Time Zones of the World map.

[NOTE: Previously posted. “The online Factbook is updated bi-weekly.” Phyllis ]


Tues., June 22, 2010 - Whooping Cranes

Whooping Cranes

From the site:

“The endangered North American whooping crane has a remarkable story. Starting in 2001 (using a method pioneered by Bill Lishman and Joe Duff with Canada Geese) a flock of  baby whoopers raised in captivity in Wisconsin was trained to follow an ultralight aircraft to their winter home in Florida. Learn more about whooping cranes and their amazing comeback story at the following sites.”

Page includes links to 9 related sites (5 annotated, 4 honorable mentions)


Tues., June 22, 2010 - Virtual Dating: Age of Rocks and Ancient Artifacts / Draw T.Rex

Sites found in:
March 14, 2009 "Earth Science Sites of the Week"

VIRTUAL DATING, (Cris L. DeWolf), Here you'll learn how geologists and archeologists determine the ages of rocks and ancient artifacts. Please be patient as Java applets and associated images load into your computer. Virtual Dating contains two options as well as a demonstration version. Virtual Dating Isochron for rocks and minerals, Virtual Dating Radiocarbon  (Carbon-14) and Virtual Dating Demo  If you just want to do a quick run-through of the activity, try the "Demo" version—although answer checking and other feedbacks are not implemented.

[NOTE: Other modules from previously posted.
- Phyllis ]


DRAW T.REX, Stephen F. Greb, Kentucky Geological Survey, University of Kentucky. (Virginia Malone), Greb presents awesomely simple hands on method students can use to flesh out a dinosaur.  Detailed instructions are given, but basically the student is given an image of a skull and then covers it with skin adds eye, and nose.  Of course, the more the student knows about anatomy the better the drawing.  This method could be used by an elementary school child, a future paleontologist, or a budding forensic artist.


Mark Francek
Central Michigan University


Tues., June 22, 2010 - Exploring the Planets

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Site of the Day

Exploring the Planets
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Today's site, from the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum, offers an
exhibit showcasing the solar system as viewed from earth and from space. Gentle
Subscribers will discover a commendable presentation, which considers the distant
past to the modern day scientific understanding of what is known of the planets.

"Exploring The Planets highlights the history and achievements of planetary
explorations, both Earth-based and by spacecraft. ...  See just how big each planet
and its major satellites are relative to each other in the scale model of the Solar
System.  See where the planets are in relation to the Sun and to each other and
learn just how big the Sun is compared to all the planets in our Solar System." -
from the website

Beginning with an excellent Table of Contents clearly delineating its direction,
this comprehensive exhibit sheds light on how man has regarded the planets over
millennia, from his first tentative steps to make sense of the heavens, to the use
of increasingly sophisticated devices to explore the solar system. From the
remarkable images in the gallery, to the conclusions reached in the discipline of
comparative planetology, the exhibit spotlights a broad array of features.
Additional sections delve into comets and asteroids, along with a look at what's
new in planetary exploration.

Soar over to the site for a notable resource on the solar system at:

A.M. Holm
view the List archives on the web at:

Monday, June 21, 2010


Mon., June 21, 2010 - Learning in Hand: Podcasting

Learning in Hand - Podcasting

From the site:
“Students and teachers from all over the world are learning from audio and video programs on desktop computers, laptops, iPods, netbooks, and other devices. Hundreds of free educational programs are available online.”

Site includes: Find Podcasts, Subscribe to Podcasts, Listen to Podcasts, Create Podcasts and Blog Posts,

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License.


Mon., June 21, 2010 - Fast Food Calorie Counter

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Site of the Day

Fast Food Calorie Counter

If the above URL wraps in your e-mail client, enter it all on one line in your
browser or use this TinyURL:

Today's site, from the Washington Post, offers a slick, easy-to-use calorie counter
to track typically eaten meals from specific fast food restaurants. Some Gentle
Subscribers may find the content of this little program disturbing but useful.

"How does your meal add up? Use our fast food calorie counter to calculate the
calories and fat you consume when eating at fast-food restaurants." - from the

This eminently practical calorie guide provides information on menu items of nine
major fast food outlets, including Burger King, KFC, McDonald's and Subway. Each
restaurant has its own section with a comprehensive listing of foods, from fries to
quarter pounders, beverages to desserts. The calorie and fat content of each item
is displayed. Foods can be added individually to the calculator which keeps a
running total of fat and calories.

Sidle over to the site for the caloric and fat lowdown on some wildly popular fast
food menu items at:

If the above URL wraps in your e-mail client, enter it all on one line in your
browser or use this TinyURL:

A.M. Holm
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Mon., June 21, 2010 - Commanding Heights: World Economy

Commanding Heights : The Battle for the World Economy
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Companion site to the PBS television series on global trade and economic
development. Features video clips, interviews, a timeline of events, essays,
and country economic reports and profiles.
This site offers a comprehensive overview of global economic history from the beginning of the First World War through 2002. Along with a six-hour video narrative divided into short chapters, it includes extensive interviews, essays, charts, reports, an interactive atlas of history, and economic data related to the topics of globalization, economic development, and international trade.

Educator’s Guide
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The materials on this site are organized and interlinked in a manner that supports both classroom use and independent study activities.
The site can be used both as a primary teaching "text" to introduce students to important events and ideas related to political economy, and also as a secondary resource to foster critical thinking about economic issues through structured research and comparison of outcomes.

General Strategies for Teaching With Commanding Heights Online
Guide to Site Resouces for AP and Upper-Level High School Economics Courses
Sample Units for the Classroom:
   Introducing Economic Growth (for Economics courses)
   Shock Therapy in Latin America & Eastern Europe (Economics and History)

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Mon., June 21, 2010 - "Inside the Meltdown"

Original Airdate: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at 9 P.M. (check local listings)
[60 minutes]

FRONTLINE investigates the causes of the worst economic crisis in 70 years and how the government responded. The film chronicles the inside stories of the Bear Stearns deal, Lehman Brothers' collapse, the propping up of insurance giant AIG, and the $700 billion bailout. "Inside the Meltdown" examines what Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke didn't see, couldn't stop and haven't been able to fix.

Web-Exclusive Resources: From the "First Seismic Shock" of the Bear Sterns bankruptcy through the Congress' first bailout package, ask your students to explore an interactive timeline on how the economy went so bad, so fast.

Teachers’ Guide
Financial Literacy Guide: Individual Borrowing and Mortgages

Introductory Activity: “Financial Background and Context”
Lesson Objectives:
Students will:
    * Gain an overview of the mortgage process from both the buyer's and lender's perspective
    * Learn about credit scores and prime/subprime mortgages
    * Understand how leverage works in the mortgage process



Sun., June 20, 2010 - Student's Friend: World History & Geography

Student's Friend: World History & Geography

From the site:
“Our mission is to make world history and geography more meaningful for students, and to make these subjects easier for teachers to teach. Materials available on this website range from a teaching rationale, to a structured body of knowledge, to field-tested classroom activities, to a concise narrative of world history and geography, the Student's Friend, that may be used in place of a textbook.

“These materials should be considered working drafts to be improved upon or replaced with better materials through a dialogue among teachers. In this way, every teacher need not reinvent the wheel. Education can become more effective if we build on experience and develop an institutional memory.

“Although this website is aimed at high school teaching, concepts and materials found here are also being used by college professors, middle school teachers, and homeschool teachers.”

 [NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Sun., June 20, 2010 - Sites from the Scout Report, March 6, 2009

Sites found in:
The Scout Report
March 6, 2009
Volume 15, Number 9


Pew Research Center: Interactive [Flash Player]

The Pew Research Center is a reliable and trustworthy source of high-quality
reports and research materials, and their new Interactive website raises the
bar for other like-minded organizations. Taking data from their research
results, the good folks behind the Interactive site have crafted tests,
maps, data, and quizzes that allow users to manipulate different variables.
It could be said that the site makes the data come alive, and visitors can
look at maps that visualize the migration flow patterns within the United
, Latino population dispersion, and even map out opinions related to
different countries views on the United States. Visitors can also sign up to
receive the RSS feed from this site and also chime in with their own
opinions and comments. [KMG]


U.S. State Department: Video

Recently, the U.S. State Department revamped their website to include more
video features, and these additions will be a real boon to members of the
general public, journalists, and policy analysts. The videos are divided
into four primary categories: "Top Stories", "Secretary of State", "Daily
Briefing", and "In Other News". As one might imagine, the "Daily Briefing"
contains a short briefing from a State department official on the pressing
matters of the day. The "Secretary of the State" section features remarks by
the Secretary on various diplomatic matters, missions, and other work. Most
people will probably want to visit the "Daily Briefing" video area, as it’s
a good way to get a sense of the current priorities of the Secretary of
State's office. Interested parties can also sign up to receive RSS feeds of
these various proceedings. [KMG]


America by Air [Flash Player]

If you're not in the mood for packing up the car and going to your local
airport, why not just take a look at this delightful online exhibition from
the National Air and Space Museum? The moment the virtual airport terminal
gates open, visitors will be presented with a set of different activities,
including a virtual flight across America during different parts of the
twentieth century. Visitors can click on the "Fly Across America" to view
period documents that depict what the in-flight experience was like from the
1920s to the present. Moving on, the "Explore Exhibition" takes visitors
through the different periods of American aviation history, complete with
historic photographs, first-hand recollections, and so on. Perhaps the most
enjoyable part of the site is the "Activities" section. Here visitors can
learn about the responsibilities of a travel agent during the golden age of
aviation, take a look at an interactive ticket price meter, and check out
the frenetic world of the baggage claim, past and present. [KMG]


National Geographic: Blue Whales

As a cameraman leans in to get a shot of a blue whale, this massive creature
glides through the water off of Costa Rica. That's the opening photograph
that visitors to this interactive article from National Geographic are
presented with, and it's a rather amazing image. This interactive article
and feature is derived from a March 2009 feature in the print edition of
National Geographic magazine, and it features the photography of Flip
Nicklin and the writing of Ken Brower. The article offers an in-depth look
into the recovery of the blue whale population off the coast of Costa Rica
in recent years, and along the way visitors can stop off to take a look at a
special photo gallery, take a quiz on these remarkable creatures, and also
watch a video the provides the story behind one of Nicklin's photographs.


Community Video Education Trust

The mission of the Community Video Education Trust (CVET) in Cape Town,
South Africa
, is to provide the community with media access and use this
access as a way to bring about social change.  Additionally, CVET was also
created to train community members in video and commercial productions. This
website has footage from the late 1980s and early 1990s of anti-apartheid
activity.  Trade unions, student and political organizations, and the United
Democratic Front are all represented in the videos. Visitors should check
out the "About Project" link on the left side of the page to see the many
organizations involved in creating the website, including Michigan State
University's African Studies Center.  Each organization's website can be
accessed by the links on this page. Visitors can access the search function
by clicking on the "Search" link on the left side of the page.  Videos can
be searched by title or date.  To browse for videos, visitors can click on
"Browse" on the left side of the page.  From there, they can choose from
"People", "Organizations", "Featured Videos", "Short Clips" or "Genres".  In
"Genres", visitors can opt for videos of "Interviews", "Demonstrations",
"Speeches", "Funerals", "Meetings", "Celebrations" or "Drama". [KMG]


Botanical and Cultural Images of Eastern Asia, 1907-1927

In the library section of their website, the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard
University shows off their digitized collection of eastern Asian photographs
taken by plant explorers and collectors from the early 20th century. On the
homepage visitors can learn the names of the plant explorers by rolling over
the photos under the heading "Meet the explorers".  Once visitors have
chosen an explorer they would like to learn more about, they can click on
their photo, to be taken to a brief biography of the explorer.
Additionally, visitors can view a gallery of the explorer's images, or
search the database for the explorer's images. For visitors interested in
viewing the photographs by category of image, they can click on one of the
photos under the heading "See What they Saw", to view images of "Magnificent
Trees", "Buildings and Bridges", "Daily Life", or "Landscapes".  Each one of
the categories is further divided into subcategories, which can be seen
after clicking on one of the aforementioned images.  Some of the
subcategories include "Boats" and "Farms" in "Landscapes"; "Food" and
"Baskets" in "Daily Life"; and "Pagodas" and "Shrines" in "Buildings and
Bridges".  [KMG]

>From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2009.


Sun., June 20, 2010 - Cause of the Seasons / Music in the Classrooms

Sites found in:
March 7, 2009 "Earth Science Sites of the Week"


CAUSE OF THE SEASONS, Gallaudet University,  (Mary Ellsworth), Discover animations, and illustrations that relate to the cause of the seasons.


MUSIC IN THE CLASSROOM, (Harry Mazurek), Some of the sites have music with lyrics, some just lyrics.


PUMP YOUR BLOOD, Anson Williams, (Patricia Sherman) On that same note I used the Anson Williams song Pump Your Blood when I was subbing in 7th grade.  They left the class singing and wow did it improve their knowledge of the flow of blood!!..  Songs work.  And they are fun and keep the energy in the class high.

More sites:


Mark Francek
Central Michigan University


Sun., June 20, 2010 - How the Ancients Celebrated the Solstice

How the ancients celebrated the solstice
Stonehenge is best-known, but not only, place to fete the sun

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