Language Arts Resources
- Carol Hurst's Children's
Literature Site (http://www.carolhurst.com/) is a collection of reviews
of children's books, ideas for using them in the classroom and collections
of books and activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes
and professional topics.
Technology Clearinghouse (http://etc.usf.edu/language/lang68.htm)
is dedicated to providing educational materials, services, and coursework
in the field of language arts.
- International Reading
Association (http://www.reading.org) seeks to promote high levels of
literacy for all by improving the quality of reading instruction through
studying the reading process and teaching techniques; serving as a clearinghouse
for the dissemination of reading research through conferences, journals,
and other publications; and actively encouraging the life time reading
- Learning Resources
(http://literacynet.org/cnnsf/) provides learning resources, web delivered
insruction, story boards, and interactive activities.
- Online Writing
Lab- Purdue University (http://owl.english.purdue.edu/) is a site withmany
resources for writers and teachers.
- National Council of Teachers
of English (http://www.ncte.org/) contains information regarding standards,
teaching ideas, parent resources and links to other related sites.
- International Writing Centers Association (http://writingcenters.org/) works
to foster communication among writing centers and to provide a forum for
- Web English Teacher (http://www.webenglishteacher.com/index.html)
At this site educators can take advantage of online
technology to share ideas and to benefit from the work of others.
Beginning teachers can find guidance; experienced teachers can find
inspiration. Think of it as the faculty library and faculty workroom on
a global scale.
- American Association of Teachers
of German (http://www.aatg.org) presents learning scenarios, resources,
and sample lessons being developed at the workshop based on the National
Standards for communication, cultures, connections, comparisons, and communities.
- ERIC Clearinghouse
on Languages and Linguistics (http://www.cal.org/resources/archive/eric/index.html) provides
a wide range of services and materials for language educators, most of
them free of charge. These include two-page information digests and short
bibliographies, a semiannual newsletter, and a question-answering service.
- Contact the Subject Librarian for Education - email@example.com
- College of Education Web site
- Department of Curriculum and Instruction
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