Grade 12 English Language Arts
The title says it all! This is a list of 100 writing prompts, suitable for all ages of writers.
Teacher Professional Development by subject and grade.
AudioOwl Free Audio Books
Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary allows users to enter any word and be given the definition and pronunciation of that word.
Kivioq Sasquatch Jos. Montferrand Alexis-le-trotteur
Johnny Canuck ~ the site has the information on these 5 Canadian Legends.
Purpose: To gain background information about Anne's
life and conditions under Hitler's rule
Edistorm takes the metaphor of sticky notes on a boardroom wall and brings it online allowing anyone - anywhere to brainstorm with only a web browser.
Each user picks their favorite ideas and Edistorm brings the best ones forward.
English Language Arts A 30: Canadian Voices and Perspectives is organized into two units: Diverse Landscapes and Peoples and Diverse Voices.
These two units are subdivided into six themes:
A Vast and Varied Land
Nature and the Seasons
Canadian Identity and Diversity
Regional Perspectives: The Prairies
Voices Through Time
Absolutely FREE online books! Thousands of novels, poems, stories and easy to read books online.
Select the appropriate age of your students and choose from a variety of Mathematics, Geography, Art, Science, Language Arts, etc. games.
A two page document that defines many poetic terms.
Hans Christian Andersen: Fairy Tales and Stories ~ the title says it all!
A terrific site with many examples of references, endnotes, footnotes, etc.
Debating is a structured contest of argumentation in which two opposing individuals or teams defend and attack a given proposition. The procedure is bound by rules that vary based on location and participants. The process is adjudicated and a winner is declared. Debating is a foundational aspect of a democratic society and thus reflects the values of Canadians.
Interactive Whiteboard Links
Images, FAQs, biography, resources, etc. for Jack London.
Lit2Go MP3 Stories and Poems
A two page document that defines words like dialogue, genre, hyperbole, mood, etc.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with activities and games.
For thousands of years people have associated objects in the sky, the Earth, and aspects of their physical world with the gods and goddesses of their cultures. Through these pages, find out about the gods and goddesses of different cultures around the world, and the works of art people have created to give them expression.
Find links to newspapers and news media. Discover the most extensive newspaper and news media guide on the internet.
Busy teachers are always looking for new teaching ideas and ways to save time. The Saskatoon Public Schools OLC has compiled a list of online resources that their teachers have created or recommended.
Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.
Plagiarism is a rapidly growing problem in many venues today. Because it is so easy to locate information using the Internet, students have given in to the temptation to take materials and use them for their own. This needs to be addressed by all who are in the education field -- by teaching the observance of proper citation and copyright compliance AND by making sure our students know that stealing someone else's work is wrong. This site may help you in your efforts towards these goals.
A little searching quickly reveals that Sahr's site is not the only repository for plagiarizable papers. There are several large sites which sell papers, and even more which maintain small collections available for free. There are even some which promise custom-written papers.
Plagiarism and the Web
A step by step approach to writing a paper.
Teaching Resources, Student Activities, Reproducibles, and more!
The Science Learning Network (SLN) is an online community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education. There is a list of resources developed by SLN museums.
Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about stories, folklore, and fairy tales. In addition, there are also links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme.
Not only definitions but word games, reference articles and more are at this site.