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Student Resources

Bookmarks

ELA Books in Print?

Research 1

Library "Stuff"

Understanding Reading

Other "Stuff"

Research/Writing Help

Shop Scholastic online year-round!

Chromebooks/Google Drive

Research 2

Creating a Works Cited Page

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Database Passwords

Remember: how to access when not at school Issues & Controversies: username= seedschool password= 200font Gale/Cengage databases (Opposing Viewpoints, etc.) password= SEED (make sure it's all caps)

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Ask Ms. Rinehart!

Email: crinehart@seedschoolmd.org

Phone (thru Google Voice): 443-345-9335

Schedule a personal Zoom meeting: Mon/Wed mornings and Tues/Thurs afternoons available. Other times available upon request.

Flipgrid: send me a video request for help! Must be logged in to your SEED account.

Google Chat




Photos

Hunger Games Prequel!!!!

Available soon from the library

Rinehart Tutorials

Bookmarks

Library Tutorials

Tips and Tools

Research

Accelerated Reader Tutorials

60-second reviews: All topics

Story Time- All Ages

Bookmarks

Book Resources

Picture Books- kids of ALL Ages

Middle School stories- grades 6-8

High School/Young Adult- grades 9+

Elementary stories- grades K-5

News Sources

News

The Hill - covering Congress, Politics, Political Campaigns and Capitol Hill

Washington Post

The Fiscal Times |

Baltimore Sun

National Review

New York Times - Int'l

Fox News - Politics

Politico

The Atlantic

Reuters: Business & Financial News, U.S & International Breaking News | Reuters

The Economist - World News, Politics, Economics, Business & Finance

News : NPR

New York Times - Business

USA Today

Forbes- Business News

BBC World News

Bookmarks

10-minute daily news review

more Conservative

more Liberal

Middle School focus- mostly

1619 Project- New York Times Magazine

Investigative Reporting

Non-partisan or just slightly left or right of center

Other political/governmental websites

Alternative

Reporting on reporting

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Nonsense: Damaging to Public Discourse

Propoganda, misleading, inaccurate, fabricated info: Bipartisan Report The Blaze Breitbart Conservative Tribune The Daily Caller David Wolfe Enquirer Forward Progressives Fox News: Daily Wire InfoWars Occupy Democrats Natural News NewsmaxPalmer Report Patribotics Realfarmacy.com RedState WorldTruth.TV Selective/Incomplete/Unfair Persuasion: Alternet BuzzFeed News Daily Kos Drudge Report The Federalist The Huffington Post New Republic New York Post OAN: One American News Network Second Nexus

Podcasts

News

Midday on WYPR

It Was Said

Pod Save the People- DeRay McKesson

Radiolab from WNYC

Out of the Blocks

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Hidden Brain

Baltimore: The Rise of Charm City

99% Invisible

Gil Sandler's Baltimore Stories

StarTalk Radio

Future City on WYPR 88.1 FM

Freakonomics Radio

Bookmarks

10 Best Political Podcasts

Photos

Michelle Obama Podcast

Hiking Club

Bookmarks

Information

Hiking pics!!!!

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Students who want to join Hiking Club (beyond intro hike)

NO COTTON items- clothing may not have cotton listed on the tag. For example, no t-shirts, sweatshirts, or sweatpants. COTTON KILLS. First students to bring in the following items to leave in the library will be added to the WEEKLY Hiking Club group: 1. Hiking pants- athletic type, great to have a nylon shell 2. Hiking shirt- like Under Armour type material 3. Fleece jacket (or wool)- again, cannot be anything cotton; can have a nylon shell 4. Hiking socks- I recommend Smartwool socks; but again, they should not be cotton Shoes/Hiking Boots: I often hike in just my running shoes, but I do have hiking boots for muddy, rocky, deeply cold, or long hikes. Most students leave hiking boots here if they have them and just use when needed. Recommended but optional and does NOT need to be left behind between hikes: *wind or water proof jacket *gloves- fleece or wool, no cotton *hat- fleece or wool, no cotton

Photos

Maple Sugaring at Oregon Ridge (3/3/20)

Making a spile (3/3/20)

Finishing the spile (3/3/20)

Sap- ready to go (3/3/20)

Colonial method: boiling down the sap (3/3/20)

Taste test- REAL maple syrup (3/3/20)

3rd hike 9/19

2nd hike- Cascade Falls (9/12/19)

3rd Hike- Cascade Falls (9/19/19)

2nd hike (9/12/19)

2nd hike (9/12/19)

1st hike- Cascade Falls, Patapsco Park (9/5/19)

1st hike- 9/5/19

Books

Bookmarks

Book Lists/Sites

Reading- Grades 6-8

Reading- Grades 9-12

Literature

Research

Science

History and Government

Tools

Books

Boys- Great Books and Getting Them to Read

Just for Girls

Writing

SEED School Websites

Bookmarks

SEED Websites

College Stuff

Staff Protopages

Teacher Websites

Creating a Digital Portfolio

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Huck Finn- PC or Not?

The original article announcing the new edition by Alan Gribben

http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/publisher-news/article/45645-upcoming-newsouth-huck-finn-eliminates-the-n-word.html

 

NCTE Response

http://www.ncte.org/library/NCTEFiles/Resources/Journals/CC/0202-nov2010/OnlineChronicle2011_Huck%20Finn.pdf

 

Teaching Racially Sensitive Literature: A Teacher’s Guide

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson1118/Chadwick.pdf

 

Other Resources:

Lesson: The Trial of Mark Twain (for promoting racism in Huck Finn) http://www.uhigh.ilstu.edu/labschool/ep/vol3/twain.html

 

PBS- Africans in America

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/aia/index.html

 

American Slave Narratives: an online anthology

http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/wpa/wpahome.html

 

Reviews of the book at the time it was published

http://etext.virginia.edu/railton/huckfinn/hucrevhp.html

 

Good short interview article from PBS

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/gergen/april97/fishkin_4-1.html

Staff Resources

Bookmarks

Web 2.0 Tools

SEED Bookmarks

Our Academic Programs, etc.

Research Skills

Study Guides

Digital Portfolios- Articles and Tools

Educational Research

Manuals

Student Presentation Tools

Knowledge Respositories

Blackboard

Managing Information

Multimedia Resources

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Words of Wisdom

"Technology can amplify great teaching but great technology cannot replace poor teaching." Audrey Watters

Virtual Tours/Online Exhibits

Bookmarks

College Virtual Tours

Science

History and Government

Art

Research Lessons/Links

Bookmarks

Evaluating Evidence- High School

Plagiarism

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Investigate Websites

Avalon Project and Civil Rights Act

http://avalon.law.yale.edu/20th_century/civil_rights_1964.asp

 

 

Montgomery Bus Boycott

www.watson.org/~lisa/blackhistory/civilrights-55-65/montbus.html

 

 

Feline reactions to bearded men

http://improbable.com/airchives/classical/cat/cat.html

(may not be able to hyperlink to this one- may need to copy and paste into address bar)

 

 

Banning DHMO

www.dhmo.org/facts.html

 

 

Holocaust Thinkquest

http://library.thinkquest.org/12663

 

 

Nazi Olympics

http://www.ushmm.org/museum/exhibit/online/olympics/detail.php

 

 

 

Clara Barton

http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/twhp/wwwlps/lessons/27barton/27facts1.htm

 

 

Changing the value of Pi

http://www.math.utah.edu/~cherk/Pi-story.html

 

 

Death Penalty

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_penalty

 

 

Uncle Mark's Alternative Fueling Station

http://www.altfuels.org/

Website Evaluation

 

 

Rat Trap

http://www.slideshare.net/danahlongley/evaluating-your-sources-use-a-rat-trap

 

 

Teaching Zack to Think

http://novemberlearning.com/resources/archive-of-articles/teaching-zack-to-think/

 

Frederick Douglass

http://www.motivation-tools.com/youth/frederick_douglass.htm

 

http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/transcendentalism/roots/legacy/douglass/index.html

 

 

Organizing Websites

Pinterest

http://pinterest.com/fchslibrary/

 

Diigo

http://www.diigo.com/learn_more

http://groups.diigo.com/group/civil-rights

 

Delicious

http://delicious.com/stacks/view/DUCMYS

 

 

Poetry

Bookmarks

Found Poetry- from handout

Slam Poetry- from handout

More MS Slam Poetry examples

Brave New Voices Quarter Finals

Study Skills

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

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Goals

be organized manage time improve reading comprehension listen effectively take more comprehensive notes communicate more effectively in written and oral expression

Student Literary Magazine

Bookmarks

Publishing

Examples

Meaningful Writing

Creating

External Opportunities

Bookmarks

Different Trips

Volunteering- Ethics

Bookmarks

Photos

Christ the Redeemer statue

SEED DC/MD- building a reading bench

Ricardo- Onda Solidaria Founder

Sugarloaf Mountain

Hiking

At the beach in Rio!

the Villa

Onda eSportiva

Futbol with students from the favela

Hiking the Dois Irmanos

Villa

Not us- another group building the "girl's dorm"

FOOD

Favela

Hiking- National Park

Afro-Braslian walking tour

Favela

Burger and fries ON pizza!

Overlooking Ipanema at night plus that day's hike

Overlooking Rio from the mountain

Overlooking Rio from the mountain

Quotes

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Imagine an athlete who takes several months off from training. It will take weeks, if not months of training to return to peak performance. The same is true with readers and their reading (Allington, R., 2005 Summer Reading Loss).

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Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough (Oprah Winfrey).

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To see diverse materials as providing both mirrors and windows: mirrors for those who see themselves in the materials, windows for those who will come to new understandings and appreciations of cultures and people who differ from themselves in terms of ethnicity, physical abilities,sexual orientation, life style/situation. here to type

Library Assistant

Bookmarks

Follett Library Tutorials

Links

Staff Specific

Library Assistant/Substitute

Other Tutorials

Book Fair

Final Product

Bookmarks

Fun

Writing

References

Reading

Tools for Creating

Lessons

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Kids.gov

http://www.kids.gov/6_8/6_8_art_language.shtml

 

Kids.gov is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 2,000 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids. Kids.gov is maintained by the Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC),

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http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/

 

Internet Public Library- A reliable source of information and directions to other links that have all been tested by librarians and other approved editors.

Thompson

Bookmarks

Fun

Writing

Reading