Literature Sites To Use With Students
- Absolute Shakespeare-
Comprehensive William Shakespeare resource with Shakespeare's plays, sonnets
and poems. Study Shakespeare with plot summaries, essays, character analyses,
quotes, biography, pictures, timeline and the Globe Theatre.
- Activities in English- Activities
and games related to grammar, reading, spelling, vocabulary and proverbs.
- Activities to Learn
English- Interactive material to build vocabulary, spelling, grammar
and reading skills. Automatic grading with immediate feedback.
- American Memory Project-
A collection of primary source material from the Library of Congress incorporates
documents, audio, video, maps, and photographs into forty online exhibitions.
- Education 4 Kids- Offers on-line
language drill games.
English- Explore the wonders and quirks of the English Language including
the parts of speech, sentences, style guidelines, usage, punctuation,
and spelling. Includes online tutorial.
- Favorite Poem Project:
Americans Saying Poems They Love- Visit the site to access audio and
video of the readings, to learn about Pinsky's purpose and journey, and
to read interesting statistical information about just who's reading poetry
- Mystery Net- For everyone who enjoys
a good mystery.
- Poetry Daily- A new poem each day.
- PrimaryGames.com Language
Arts Games- Created by a teacher, online games and activities review
ABC's, reading, writing, and alphabetical order.
- The Encylopedia Mythica- This
encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, and legend ontains over 5100 definitions
of gods and goddesses, supernatural beings and legendary creatures and
monsters from all over the world.
- WordCentral- Merriam-Webster's
Word Central offers kids a student dictionary, Daily Buzzword, and interactive
- Words at FunBrain.com-
All sorts of online language games help kids master everything from spelling
to grammar and have fun in the process.
- Writing Den-
Designed for students Grades 6 through 12 seeking to improve their English
reading, comprehension, and writing skills. WritingDEN is divided into
three levels of difficulty: Words, Sentences and Paragraphs.