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Websites For Students:



http://speak-the-speech.org/
At this website, students can access Shakespearean audio performances online.
A great tool during a Shakespearean unit.


http://poetrymagic.co.uk/
At this website, students can use a variety of resources to understand
the theory and craft behind writing poetry.


http://www.creative-writing-now.com/how-to-write-poetry.html
At this website, students can access different links that provide a better understanding to the
processes of writing poetry and comprehending poetic devices
and uses.

http://poetryoutloud.org/
At this website, students can listen and view videos of poets reciting the poetry,
as well as learn about the history and uses of poetic devices.


http://library.duke.edu/services/instruction/libraryguide/
At this website, students can view and understand the steps and processes that go into
 writing a thorough research paper.


http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/
At this website, students can access help from an online writing lab that provides resources and
intructional material to better their writing processes and provide
 them with useful writing techniques.

                                     http://www.enotes.com/topics/
At this website, students can use this site as a studyguide for tests on literature read in class.
There are study guides, question/answer sections, discussions, and reference
materials for specific and commonly used literary topics.


Websites For Teachers:



http://www.lessonplanspage.com/
At this website, teachers can share their lesson plans and units with other teachers,
as well as have discussion groups within the teaching community.

http://www.mla.org/
At this website, teachers can find when the MLA annual convention is held,
as well as become a member of the Modern Language Association community,
and discuss issues within school systems and the educational community.

                                     http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/ela/elastandards/elamap.html
At this website, teachers can access the New York State English Language Arts standards, so they are better
equipped to create lessons based on these standards and use this site as a reference to these standards.

 

                     


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