There are literally thousands of websites devoted to language arts topics, lesson planning and curriculum issues. Below are a few comprehensive sites with links to many more.
- Kathy Schrock's website provides support for teachers wanting to introduce technology into their classrooms as well as many links to classroom resources.http://www.capecod.net/schrockguide/index.htm
- The Children's Literature Web Guide offers a wealth of information about books and how to use them as starting points for learning http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown/index.html
- Newbery Award Winners offers a complete list of these award-winning books as well as links to other children's books websites.http://dab.psi.net/ChapterOne/children/index.html
- Jan Brett Website: This is a wonderful resource of activities and information for using Brett's beautiful books.http://www.janbrett.com
- http://www.reading.org This is the International Reading Association (IRA) site and contains a wealth of resources, position papers, and links to current research in the area of English and Language arts.
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