Extractions: LRC Resources Events Online Catalog Laptops Ask a Reference Question Library Guides Tutorials Library Instruction Request Net Resources Electronic Databases Search Tools Links by Subject Other Libraries Distance Learning LRC Information Mission Statement Services Communicate With Us LRC Policies Children and Youth Parents Children and Youth
Extractions: InfoLink - Web Subject Guides LIBRARY HOME INFOLINK LIBRARY INFORMATION ESL /Language Studies Web Sites General Sites Activities for ESL Students This web site has over 1,000 activities to help study English as a Second Language. BBC World service: Learning English Part of BBC World Service - uses radio, magazines, and cassettes to teach English as a second language. Better-English Offers free online exercises and quizzes as well as a mailing list for teachers and students Comenius English Language Centers Virtual English Language Center with good range of activities, instruction, articles, software offers and links to other ELT sites. Dave's ESL Cafe Extensive ESL site, including many useful links to jobs, resources, message boards, and chat rooms. Edunet Part of the Digital Education Network, this site has a wealth of information about English language training organisations, professional qualifications, job opportunities for teachers and links to an ELT magazine and online grammar and learning facilities ELTWeb Offers lots of free resources for learning and teaching English.
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OMSA Page resources for Asian studies, conferences, databases and Asia cultures via email forpen-pal and other immediately establishing a relationship with a web-pal. . http://www.sa.sc.edu/omsa/raceethnicity.htm
Extractions: A U.S. Department of Commerce site. This page contains numerous tables and charts which are African-American centered. Topics include general population, education, marital status, economics, employment and poverty. This site contains a wealth of data for the study of African-American issues. Corner School Development Program http://info.med.yale.edu/comer/ James B. Comet, M.D. of Yale University has developed a very promising plan for the implementation of multiculturalism in the public schools. The School Development Program homepage provides an outstanding model for educational improvements. The guiding principle of the SDP are no-fault, consensus, and collaboration. Student achievement at Comet schools has risen significantly. Gravity http://newsavanna.com/gravity/toppages.html
Hayase's Home Page Let's find your key pal! 4.3. Linguistic Fulland (lists ELS teachers looking for penpals) Internatonal Hunts World Wide Scavenger Hunt Online databases (p. 58 http://www.cc.mie-u.ac.jp/~lq20102/compu/compu02.html
Technology Curriculum passwords, personal files, internet sites etc.). Suggested Communicate with a penpal through email be introduced to keyword searching on electronic databases. http://rhe.leesummit.k12.mo.us/cyork/Techcurr.html
Extractions: Basic Operations and Concepts To Know The student will develop an awareness of keyboarding skills Suggested Learning activities: To Know: The student will display an understanding of basic computer skills. Mouse, monitor, keyboard, CD-Rom, power switch. Suggested Learning Activities: Social, Ethical, and Human Issues To Know: The student will demonstrate appropriate behavior while using the computer. To Do: The student will follow established district policies.
Extractions: Professional Reading Do it right! Best practices for serving young adults in school and public libraries. Patrick Jones and Joel Shoemaker The gift of reading. David Bouchard and Wendy Sutton. Kathryn Matthew and Joy Lowe Literary pathways: Selecting books to support new readers. Barbara Peterson. Practical steps to the research process for elementary school. Deborah B. Stanley. Premiere events: Library programs that inspire elementary school patrons Patricia Potter Wilson and Roger Leslie Web-Based Learning: A Practical Guide Mary Ploski Seamon and Eric J. Levitt Plus New titles worth a look Do it right! Best practices for serving young adults in school and public libraries. This comprehensive summary of best practices by two skillful practitioners provides many examples of what works with young adults, based on years of experience. Most aspects of a school or public library program are covered in depth, including reference service, collection maintenance, support staff, program evaluation and literacy skills instruction. References at the end of each chapter direct you to further reading on the topic. American Association of School Librarians (AASL) and Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) publications and documents form the foundation of much of the information provided, giving an inexperienced librarian a fine start to providing exemplary service. This publication is an excellent candidate for a pre-service program textbook. Experienced folks will benefit from this update as well, which will affirm what they are doing right, and give direction in areas where they have gone astray. (Neal-Schuman, 2001. 182 pp. $45.00. 1-55570-394-1.)