Biographies to complete books on specific individuals. In part, you is, a dictionary of biographies of scientists would be in Canada's History. famous canadians. Canadian Prime Ministers http://www-lib.nearnorth.edu.on.ca/biographies.htm
Extractions: Biographies Your Name_ Teacher's Name There are many sources of biographical information ranging from brief entries in biographic dictionaries to complete books on specific individuals. In part, you must decide how much information you require and how many different kinds of sources [ie. books, CDs, magazines, dictionaries, encyclopedias, Internet...] A. Reference - Dictionaries Dictionaries of Biography give brief descriptions of hundreds or thousands of people. These books can be found through the Library online catalogue, but generally are found in 920 or with the actual subject area. That is, a dictionary of biographies of scientists would be in 509.2, of musicians in 780.92, of artists in 709.2, of Canadians in 971.092. In the online catalogue, look under biography or biographies, or under subjects such as scientists, doctors, painters, chemists...
Deaf Biographies A Selected Bibliography Gallaudet University A Selected Bibliography The Gallaudet University Library contains a large amount of materials about deaf people and about hearing people involved with the deaf world. of books about specific deaf individuals, far too many to Library guide to deaf biographies by Thomas R. Harrington, 22 presentday canadians of all types, famous and not, from http://library.gallaudet.edu/dr/guid-deaf-biog.html
Extractions: A Selected Bibliography The Gallaudet University Library contains a large amount of materials about deaf people and about hearing people involved with the deaf world. This bibliography suggests some books and other resources for finding information about those people. Only books and other resources containing information about many deaf people are included in this list; the Library has hundreds of books about specific deaf individuals, far too many to be included here. Use ALADIN to find those books about individual deaf people. The best single place to begin is the Gallaudet University Library guide to deaf biographies by Thomas R. Harrington, a computer database of over 4000 references to biographies of deaf people and a few hearing people significant to the deaf. For most persons, a very brief biographical outline is given, followed by references to fuller information about that person in over two hundred books and/or periodicals. An ethnicity index at the end indicates which of these people are known to belong to certain minority groups. All the short biographies included in the "Books" section below, plus hundreds more, are included in this database. This database is available online. It can be reached through the Deaf-related resources section on the Gallaudet University Library home page
Biographical Information For individual biographies of specific individuals try a Libray owns Volume 1. Briefentries on famous canadians. REF 973.0496 L95e 1981. biographies OF AUTHORS http://db.mctc.mnscu.edu/library/reference/WebBib/Biographies.htm
Touro College etc., for 725 000 individuals. USE A living. Memorable canadians National Library of specific biographical sources. PBS biographies - PBS. Has over 70 biographies of famous http://www.touro.edu/LIBRARY/sites/People.asp
LIBE 477 articles, and biographies of famous canadians, students discover that Focus Study biographies of canadians and nonfiction a variety of subject- specific words and expressions; http://www.dhinton.shawbiz.ca/libe477/lesson8.htm
Extractions: LIBE 477 - Helping Students Learn How to Research Effectively Using the Internet Lesson 8 - Online Sources of Information 1 - Almanacs, Atlases, Biographies, Dictionaries, Directories After learning about searching the Internet in general, the next two chapters will cover specific resources of the Internet used by teachers and students for searching. The Internet as a Source of Information The Internet contains a wealth of information published by governments, organizations, educational institutions, commercial enterprises, and private individuals. It is especially useful in locating information about popular culture, current events, and current statistics. Almanacs The Oxford English dictionary defines "almanac" as "an annual table, or (more usually) a book of tables, containing a calendar of months and days, with astronomical data and calculations, ecclesiastical and other anniversaries, besides other "useful information", and, in former days, astrological and meteorological forecasts". The modern almanac is typically a compendium of geo-political facts, commonly but not necessarily issued annually.
Famous Canadians Theme Page are links to information about specific works from biographical descriptions of famousCanadians born 'on Achievers Alphabetical Listing biographies of about http://www.cln.org/themes/famous.html
Extractions: Famous Canadians Theme Page This "Theme Page" has links to two types of resources related to the study of famous Canadians. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, there are also links to instructional materials (lesson plans) which will help teachers provide instruction in this theme. Please read our Archives Time Machine: Women in BC History (Grade 11) British Columbia Archives presents 11 curricular units (galleries) drawing heavily from archival information on BC History. Each gallery has a teacher guide and each is targeted for a specific grade range. This link is to a Women's Study unit which will allow Grade 11 students to learn more about Sylvia Stark, Catherine Schubert, Hannah Maynard, Emily Carr, and Judge Helen MacGill. Canada Heirloom Series: Volumes IV, V and VI The Canada Heirloom Series contains several hundred biographical profiles on famous Canadians organized under the headings of "Pathfinders", "Wayfarers", and "Visionaries". Canadian Air Aces and Heroes Articles on about a dozen Canadian air aces from WWI, WWII, and the Korean War.
Biographies - Communication biographies Communication An Internet Hotlist on Bio Here are some biographical sites to get you started. Some are specialized, others are more general. There are also some recommended search engines if you want to get more specific. more specific. NOTE In some cases, more than one person with the same name is famous in the lives of individuals or groups of http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/fil/pages/listbioli.html
Extractions: NOTE: In some cases, more than one person with the same name is famous in different areas. Michael Jackson, for example, is the name of a singer, a computer developer, and a beer critic. In a case like this, you would want to enter a keyword along with the person's name to narrow your search (such as: 'Michael Jackson and beer'). In any case, you will always do better by putting in the person's full name. Don't forget that the library also has excellent biography (920) resources. Ask if you need help locating materials. Biography Sites - From Library Spot, a number of links to biography resources,though some sources may only have brief entries. WARNING: Biography.com (one of the links) is a page with problems. It loads slow, if at all, and can be very difficult to print from. IPL General Reference Collection - Biographies - From the Internet Public Library, links to biographical reources, separated into categories.
A Web-Based Activity On Canadas Unsung Heroes study of specific content. The Internet has of brief. biographies of Albertans and other canadians who have learning about the. individuals themselves, students are presented with http://www.socialstudies.ab.ca/One%20World/gibson-simpson.pdf
Extractions: Research Guide to Canadian Genealogical Resources at the Connecticut State Library This research guide is an introduction to several major Canadian genealogical resources in the State Library's collection and how to best utilize them. The presence of many of these resources is the result of one individual, Robert R. Bisaillon. An avid genealogist, author, and teacher, Mr. Bisaillon amassed an extensive collection of materials dealing with Acadian and French-Canadian genealogy. After his death on October 25, 1994, it was announced that he had bequeathed his book collection to the Connecticut State Library. It is through his generosity that the Connecticut State Library is able to offer many of the following Canadian genealogical sources: Other Institutions with Relevant Canadian Collections Introductory Resources A list of introductory books on Canadian genealogy at the Connecticut State Library follows. The list provided below is by no means exhaustive. Researchers should consult the library's main catalogs, the Manuscripts and Archives Catalog, and State Archives research guides to ascertain if there are additional resources. Baxter, Angus.
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Lesson And Unit Plan E100.28 Canada and famous canadians A Library Resources used include biographies,atlases, gazetteers, almanacs on themes appropriate for a specific division. http://www.stf.sk.ca/teaching_res/library/teach_mat_centre/lesson_and_unit_plan_
Multiple Intelligences Intelligence, information processing, and specific learning disabilities A triarchic likesreading and writing about the biographies of famous canadians. http://www.igs.net/~cmorris/mcgill.html
Extractions: The Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa Abstract This paper outlines how verbal protocols were used to compare the self-perceived intelligences of students to teacher nominations. Teachers nominated students considered dominant in one of Howard Gardners seven theorized intelligences. The students then verbalized aloud while ranking themselves using scenarios depicting each intelligence. Concurrent and retrospective verbal protocols were taped, transcribed verbatim to text, coded, and analyzed. Results indicated a strong agreement between teacher nomination and student identification of Gardners intelligences. More detailed studies should be completed before determining the validity and reliability of profiling such intelligences. Introduction Have you recently observed intellectual development in an elementary school classroom only to realize that many of the students therein appeared as intelligent as the ones formally identified as gifted? If your response was in the affirmative, then what follows may interest you.
Assignments -Social Studies 11 - Biographies Websites to help with Social Studies 11 biographies .. General Sites, SpecificIndividuals. General Sites Study Web famous canadians a very comprehensive http://www.kellyroad.sd57.bc.ca/KRSSNewSite/Library/Assignments/Social Studies S
Lives, The Biography Resource The largest guide to biography sites on the internet.Category Arts Literature Biography Sorry, no specific homework or research help is provided 2. biographies are addedas we find them on the Web There are many people, famous and not famous, whose http://amillionlives.com/
Extractions: Lives, the largest guide to biography sites on the Web, now provides professional, customized design of personal biographical sites. Would you like to see a family member, famous relative, or friend immortalized on the Internet? Does the Web lack a tribute to your favorite person from history? We can help. For more information, e-mail email@example.com on the Web Links to thousands of biographies, autobiographies, memoirs, diaries, letters, narratives, oral histories and more. Individual lives of the famous, the infamous, and the not so famous. Group biographies about people who share a common profession, historical era or geography. Also general collections, resources on biographical criticism and special collections. Thanks to your support, now in our 5th year!
English 10/13/20/23/30/33 Links to thousands of biographies of deceased celebrities, politicians, monarchy,and other famous names biographies of memorable canadians from early http://library.norquest.ca/links/english10.htm
Extractions: http://www.bartleby.com Bartleby.com calls itself the "preeminent Internet publisher of literature, reference, and verse, providing students with access to books and information on the web - free of charge". Contains links to fact books, dictionaries, thesauruses, and quotation books, as well as texts of books and poems. Glossary of Literary Terms http://www.galegroup.com/free_resources/lit_kit/glossary.htm Gale Group has compiled an extensive glossary, or dictionary, of literary terms. Online Literary Criticism Collection
University Of Manitoba E. Dafoe Library: Biographies the famous, the infamous, and the not so famous. Biographical information for over200 eminent canadians. Online Who's Who Online contains biographies on those http://www.umanitoba.ca/libraries/units/dafoe/virtualref/biographies.html
Biographical Sketches or keyword for information about 28,000 famous people, both War figures, Holocaustsurvivors, and canadians are the A Film by Ken Burns biographies http//www http://www.tds.lib.mn.us/Biography.htm
Extractions: Links to biographical information about nearly 3,500 individuals (none now living) and to collections of biographical information, including general sources and listings by professions/occupations, geographic regions, eras, and these specific groups: African-Americans, Women, Civil War figures, Holocaust survivors, and Canadians. Biography Search for brief information about approximately 30,000 historical figures and current newsmakers in sports, government, entertainment, business, and other fields. This Information Please Almanac site also includes death dates for newsmakers who died within the past year or two. General Artists Authors Minnesotans ... Presidents ARTISTS: Artcyclopedia: The Fine Art Search Engine
Liberal Arts 101 of the famous, the infamous, and the not so famous. Most biographies include a portrait,a list of Memorable canadians A Webbased biographical index available http://www.briarcliff.edu/library/Department Pages/liba/la101.htm
Extractions: As an information resource, this site excels at both the depth of the information provided and the ease of navigating through it. A great compilation of African American scientists and engineers, the men and women featured on this page have achieved success in mathematics, chemistry, physics, meteorology, and zoology, as well as other related sciences. Certainly, this is a worthwhile educational site. American Presidents
Home Page For The Children's Library Division Monthly features include biographies of famous people born and more biographicalinformation on other canadians. Photographs included in most biographies. http://www.vpl.vancouver.bc.ca/branches/LibrarySquare/chi/referencelinks.html
Extractions: Vancouver Public Library Online Home Kids Teens ... Youth Department Links Encyclopedias Biographies Holidays/Special Days Money/Finances ... Other Reference Resources Be sure to check out the Homework Links too. Encyclopedias A-to-Z Encyclopedia From "Discovery Channel School with original content provided by World Book Online", this site provides free access to selected articles on History, Geography and Science. Encyclopedia.com from Electric Library The Internet's premiere free encyclopedia! More than 14,000 articles from The Concise Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, Third Edition have been put together to provide free, quick and useful information on almost any topic. You can search by keyword or by browsing the alphabetical listing. Factmonster Quick online reference for the kids, and even for those adults who want a fix of facts without too much searching effort. From the Learning Network Inc. for K-12. Sections for the Parent, Teacher, Student and Reference. Contents are organized by grade level (K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12) and by subject (math, reading, etc.)