Literature Sites To Use With Students

  1. 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.
  2. Activities in English- Activities and games related to grammar, reading, spelling, vocabulary and proverbs.
  3. Activities to Learn English- Interactive material to build vocabulary, spelling, grammar and reading skills. Automatic grading with immediate feedback.
  4. 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.
  5. Education 4 Kids- Offers on-line language drill games.
  6. 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 these days.
  7. Mystery Net- For everyone who enjoys a good mystery.
  8. Poetry Daily- A new poem each day.
  9. Language Arts Games- Created by a teacher, online games and activities review ABC's, reading, writing, and alphabetical order.
  10. 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.
  11. WordCentral- Merriam-Webster's Word Central offers kids a student dictionary, Daily Buzzword, and interactive word games.
  12. Words at All sorts of online language games help kids master everything from spelling to grammar and have fun in the process.
  13. 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.