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High School Help

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      • S3. “High School Homework Spot”
      • S4. “H.S.H.S: Math”
      • S5. “H.S.H.S Reflection”
      • S6. “Internet 4 Classrooms”
      • S7 . “I.4.C Comic Strips”
      • S8 . “I.4.C Reflection”
      • S9. “ T.H.E. Journal”
      • S10. “ T.H.E. Road Map”
      • S11. “T.H.E. Reflection”
      • S12. “Conclusion”
      • http://www.homeworkspot.com/high/english/
      • This website is dedicated to help students in high school, middle school and elementary, succeed at a variety of subjects.
      • It provides links to certain subjects such as math , reading , and science .
      • It also has helpful information for teachers and parents.
      • Things such as lesson plans -teachers-and plans for college -parents.
      • http://www.homeworkspot.com/elementary/math/
      • This link is for elementary students who need help with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and ratios.
      • http://www.homeworkspot.com/middle/math/
      • This link is for middle school students who are taking pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry.
      • http://www.homeworkspot.com/high/math/
      • This link is for high school students to browse for help with calculus, trigonometry, math history, and probability.
      • Each link caters to the needs of their respected level of education.
      • SOURCE : http://www.homeworkspot.com/parent/planningforcollege.htm
      • I really like this website because it helps the entire educational community; parents, teachers, and students. The fact that they have every subject taught in each level of school is amazing. I would definitely recommend this website to any student.
      • http://www.internet4classrooms.com/lang_mid.htm
      • This website is for high school and middle school students. The subject is Language-Arts.
      • Quizzes, citation resources, comic strips, grammar lessons, and a long list of other school related things, can be found on this website
      • http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/
      • This is a link to a website that allows you to create your own electronic comic strip; from the characters to the emotions.
      • You can also print your comic and e-mail it.
      • Source : http://hickstro.org/2008/01/05/make-belief-comics/
      • The Internet 4 Classrooms website allows students to develop vital reading and writing skills, while at the same time have fun. I really appreciate this because that is the method I think works bests with students nowadays. I even enjoyed viewing the comic strip website.
      • http://www.thejournal.com/the/resources/2007/roadmap/
      • This website is similar to the format of the homework spot website.
      • It offers help in areas such as English , Dance , Math , Space Science , and Civics just to name a few.
      • There is also a Google Search Bar that sits at the top of the web page.
      • EVENTS: FETC , Innovative Learning Conference , Congress On Content .
      • RESOURCES: Learning Centers , Education Plaza ,
      • SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES: Magazine , eNewsletters
      • NEWSLETTERS: T.H.E News Update , THE Smart Classroom , Classroom Tools & Tips
      • Source : http://www.thejournal.com/the/resources/2007/roadmap/
      • These are some of the extra features seen on the website.
      • What I like most about this website is how it looks. It provides helpful activities for high school students.
      • As you can see, each website contributes to the educational enhancement of students in high school, middle, and elementary.
      • Each provides activities and other helpful resources.