Science Social Sciences Education Teaching Resources
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The Big Myth
An experimental learning module designed for use in European primary school classrooms. It is a sociology textbook for the comparative study of world creation mythology. The myths are told using Flash animation and are accompanied by an overview of the culture, the pantheon of the gods and a series of exercises based on that culture.
C-SPAN Classroom
Provides free primary source materials for social studies teachers including issues, debate topics, On This Day, Constitution clips, lesson plans and teacher-friendly C-SPAN websites.
Canadian Provinces and Territories
Canadian map activity that plays the national anthem.
The Castle of King Edward
Virtual tour of a medieval castle explaining the history, architecture, culture, religion, food, royalty, knights, armor and traditions. Designed for teachers, students and kids.
Coming to a New Land
This webquest will increase student understanding of Ellis Island and the immigrant experience in the U.S. The webquest is designed for fourth grade students.
Multimedia Learning: United States and World History and Government
Provides classroom history Powerpoints and games. They come with extensive lessons, crossword puzzles, worksheets and exams and are available in both DVD and CD formats.
On-line resources not only provide a valuable personal development resource for researchers, but also provide an important repository of social science knowledge. ReStore aims to make sure these online resources stay live and updated even after the original funds for them cease.
Social Studies for Kids
Offers articles, links, and fun facts, on history, geography, cultures, holidays, economics, and archaeology.
Social Studies Lessons
Links to both lesson plans and strategies for teaching social science, history, and government.
Wenzels World
Teacher shares resources designed for the middle school classroom.
Westward Ho
Collaborative, online, simulated journey on the Oregon Trail for K-12 classrooms. Starts January 2002 and free registration is required.
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