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The 101 Most Useful Websites on the Internet The 101 Most Useful Websites on the Internet Here are some of the most useful websites on the internet that you may not know about. These web sites, well most of them, solve at least one problem really well and they all have simple web addresses (URLs) that you can memorize thus saving you a trip to Google. And if you find this list useful, also check out the expanded version – The Most Useful Websites – which now offers a collection of 150+ undiscovered and incredibly useful websites to enhance your productivity. ctrlq.org/screenshots – for capturing screenshots of web pages on mobile and desktops. dictation.io – online voice recognition in the browser itself. Changelog and Updates The following websites were part of the original list but they are either no longer available or have been replaced with better alternatives.
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25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area 25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area Reading is reading. By understanding that letters make sounds, we can blend those sounds together to make whole sounds that symbolize meaning we can all exchange with one another. Without getting too Platonic about it all, reading doesn’t change simply because you’re reading a text from another content area. Only sometimes it does. Science content can often by full of jargon, research citations, and odd text features. Social Studies content can be an interesting mix of itemized information, and traditional paragraphs/imagery. Literature? This all makes reading strategies somewhat content area specific. But if you’d like to start with a basic set of strategies, you could do worse than the elegant graphic above from wiki-teacher.com. For related reading, see 50 of the best reading comprehension apps, different ways your school can promote literacy, or how reading in the 21st century is different. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 25 Reading Strategies That Work In Every Content Area
Gareth's Short Story Blog There is a bit of sweary language in this story. ‘Danny, it was a joke.’ ‘I’m gonna fucking kill him’ ‘Danny leave it, it was a joke.’ The voices were getting louder, echoing down the corridor. I recognised the voices, it was Melissa and Danny and I got the feeling the ‘him’ he was talking about was me. You see Mel had put this lovely photo of herself on Facebook and her pale blue eyes and slightly reluctant smile made my heart beat a little faster every time I scrolled down my wall and saw it. I could never see what Mel saw in Danny. Despite knowing Danny was outside my room, the banging on my door still made me jump a mile. ‘Open the fucking door Jackson,’ he yelled, typical sportsman calling people by their surname. So anyway I’d been looking at this photo of Melissa and Facebook suggested I tag the people in it, that is add in their name. I’d thought it was funny at the time, that time was literally 3 minutes ago. ‘Jackson I know you’re in there, I can hear your fear.’ ‘Jackson!’ Gareth's Short Story Blog
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Play the Story Retell Game using framework anchors: A great way to teach kids to retell a story using shapes which are moved over text in order to find characters, setting , problem, solution and story events. A fun interactive game to teach story retell. Play the Story Recount Game : A great way to teach kids to write a recount about an event. Learn to Read the Question and Understand it! A great way to teach kids to read the question with understanding. Get lots of Free Graphic Organizers and Worksheets to work on Retelling Stories after reading the stories A great way to teach kids to retell stories with understanding. kids stories,stories for kids, children's stories kids stories,stories for kids, children's stories
Words I Wish Someone Had Saidto Me As a Kid I wrote this book of encouraging words to help young people as they make their way in the world. Every girl and boy needs to hear such words. I know I did. You see, I lost my father when I was very young and missed hearing the words that a child needs to hear from his or her dad. Growing up, I tried hard to imagine the things he would have said to guide me if he were around. Writing the letter helped me that day and I continued to write more letters in the voice of a father talking to a child. If you’re a young person reading this book, think of each page as a personal letter of caring words from me to you, like the ones an older friend or relative might say to you. CLICK ON COVER TO READ Words I Wish Someone Had Said to Me As a Kid. e-Books from Bill Zimmerman e-Books from Bill Zimmerman
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We’ve all read so many books, that perhaps we feel we are well-acquainted with the many elements that go inside them. But are we, really? Let’s identify and define the interior parts of a book. What’s Inside a Published Book? Not all of these elements are in all published books, nor are they always in the order presented here. Starting inside the front cover, let’s take a tour. . . End Papers: Also called Leaves, these are the blank pages (perhaps with images) you find at the beginning and end of a book. An historical photograph illustrating a setting from the novel appears on the End Papers of The Christmas Pearl by Dorothea Benton Frank. Half Title Page: Only the book title appears on this page; the rest is blank space. Other Books by the Author Page: This optional list might appear on the opposite side of the Half Title page, or on its own page following the Half Title page or elsewhere. Title Page: The book title and the names of the author(s) and the publisher are found here. Foreword: Index: Anatomy of a Book: The Contents Anatomy of a Book: The Contents
25 Ideas to Motivate Young Readers The folks at the BOOK-IT! Program have given permission for Education World to reprint 25 great ideas from teachers -- ideas that are sure to get kids across the grades excited about reading. The BOOK IT! Reading Incentive Program, sponsored by Pizza Hut, has motivated millions of young readers over the years. Note: The following teacher ideas were originally published by the BOOK IT! Musical Books. Scavenger Hunt. Name That Book! Readers for Tomorrow. Mystery Reader. Where in the World? Story Webs. Two Characters Meet. Readers' BINGO. Book-Word Search. Please Stand Up! Kid Quiz. Read to the Principal. TV vs. Reading Timeline. "You're Under Arrest!" Reading -- It's a Piece of Cake! Carnival of Books. Books Open Doors. Read-a-Thon. Books on Tape. Buddy Books. Bead Hangers. Green Light -- Go! "Picture" Books. 25 Ideas to Motivate Young Readers
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Si solo pudieras leer un libro al año durante toda tu vida te proponemos los siguientes Juguemos a un pequeño juego. Imagina que pudieras volver a nacer y, de alguna manera, controlar tus lecturas desde los cinco años (más o menos, la edad a la que todos empezamos a tener una cierta noción literaria). Por supuesto, no tendrías por qué limitarte a un libro al año, pero imaginemos que sí. Un ‘Boyhood’ aún más largo, una construcción del lector o la lectora ideal a través de una sola obra cada primavera. Ah, una nota sobre la metodología: nos hemos centrado en la narrativa. 5 AÑOS: ‘El Quijote para niños’, de Miguel de Cervantes (sólo de forma nominal) y algún ilustrador anónimo ¿Qué mejor manera de empezar? 6 AÑOS: ‘El Grúfalo’, de Julia Donaldson Aprende que la fuerza bruta no es nada si se compara con la astucia del ratoncito protagonista. 7 AÑOS: ‘Un pez, dos peces, pez rojo, pez azul’, del Dr. 8 AÑOS: ‘Feliz Feroz’, de El Hematocrítico Estás en la edad ideal para aprender que todos esos cuentos de hadas que ya te sabes se pueden retorcer. Si solo pudieras leer un libro al año durante toda tu vida te proponemos los siguientes
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O Governo do Estado quer popularizar a energia solar fotovoltaica e pra isso vem fomentando a instalação de novos sistemas pela indústria, comércio e principalmente pela população em suas residências. A principal utilização térmica da energia solar é o aquecimento de água no segmento residencial e comercial com a utilização de sistemas abertos para o aquecimento de piscinas e de sistemas fechados para pré ou aquecimento de banhos. A instalação desses sistemas permite a substituição da energia elétrica adquirida das concessionárias de distribuição e pode propiciar consideráveis economias devido a sua vida útil de 15 a 20 anos em média. A Subsecretaria de Energias Renováveis realizou o levantamento do potencial de energia solar no Estado de São Paulo. Este estudo, que pode ser acessado na página de Publicação, identificou o potencial existente e mostrou as localidades com a maior faixa de energia incidente global em termos técnicos e econômicos. Solar - Secretaria de Energia e Mineração
Skip to main content ALA User Menu A Division of the American Library Association You are at: ALA.org » AASL » Advocacy » Tools » Toolkits » School Librarian's Role in Reading Toolkit Share this page: Share on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest Print School Librarian's Role in Reading Toolkit Excerpt from the School Librarian's Role in Reading Position Statement Reading is a foundational skill for 21st-century learners. Contents © 1996–2017 American Library Association School Librarian's Role in Reading Toolkit
Position Statement on Labeling Books with Reading Levels Librarians use spine labels to organize and identify library resources by call number to help patrons locate general subject areas or specific fiction, non-fiction, reference, audiovisual, or other items. Viewpoint-neutral directional labeling in libraries increases students’ access to information and supports their First Amendment right to read. Best practice in school libraries includes books and other resources being shelved using a standard classification system that also enables students to find resources in other libraries, such as a public library, from which they may borrow materials. One of the realities some school librarians face in their jobs is pressure by administrators and classroom teachers to label and arrange library collections according to reading levels. Student browsing behaviors can be profoundly altered with the addition of external reading level labels. Non-standard shelving practices make it difficult for library staff and patrons to locate specific titles.
Meeting Readers Where They Are: Mapping the intersection of research and practice The reading patterns and habits of young and old are changing as reading migrates from the printed page to the computer screen. Now, new forms of expression such as remixes and mash-ups are emerging from interactive digital environments. How can school librarians help students read with understanding in dynamic digital environments? How can they anticipate the help young people need to successfully negotiate new forms of reading? Examining current reading practices—and the underlying research-based beliefs that may or may not guide those practices—can not only help us improve our work today, but it can also help us create future practices. 1. Do we provide enough reading opportunities? While passive activities create interest in reading, and possibly motivation, they are more effective when balanced with active reading through sustained silent reading. 2. 3. Do young people believe they have free choice? FYI | Meeting Readers Where They Are: Mapping the intersection of research and practice
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