Web sites by individual teachers or staff members with the intent of describing and/or supplementing materials supplied to their students, the students' parents, and co-workers. High School level only.
High school English teacher on the island of Nantucket. Contains student work, lesson plans, curriculum, interesting ideas, and links.
Resources for students and parents, and registration for classes at East Anchorage High School. Includes assignments and extra credit available.
Links, projects, and resources support English and technology units. A grade 8 section includes units on writing poetry, the future, and careers; high school pages have student tales, a newsletter, literature, and SAT and college prep links. Wheeler HS (North Stonington, Connecticut).
Links to pages of materials for and by students. Other usable and educational pages and links. Zachary HS, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Online units and webquests on American history and government, world history, journalism, geography and economics.
English, technology and coaching pages of this New York City public high school teacher at the Beacon School. Includes syllabi, links, journals, and mentoring projects.
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This is a classroom web site that is loaded with useful college and career links. Check out the "FUN STUFF" links, which are designed to draw the young people back for more. Mr. Orr teaches at Central High School in Greeley, Colorado.
Assistant Principal provides information about the school departments and educational resources.
Information about James Wilson, teacher of history and government at Hanford High School in Southeastern Washington. James also coaches Varsity tennis and advises the Knowledge Bowl team.
English literature pages for 11th grade American Literature and British Literature at Walhalla High School. Contains unit plans, vocabulary, resources, student email addresses, and links.
Provides categorized links to tutorials, lessons, and information from all disciplines of science. Armour High School in Armour, SD.
Offering help for the high school physics student with dynamic animation examples, problem sets and a comprehensive guide to the material.
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