This page was a jumping-off point for some preliminary career
discussion in advisory. It contains a number of links for you to
This is another page that can help you explore how your interests
can match up with a career.
Matching a career to your interests
A collection of videos organized by career type and career.
This links you to scholastic's short biography of Dr. King's life
and contributions. This reading was
passed out on class on Monday, 11/28 and Tuesday, 11/29 and is
required reading for the next day's
Dr. King Biography -- Homework due 11/30-12/1 for periods 3 and 5
This is an article that we briefly looked at in class. It gives
an overview of the American Civil Rights
movement, focusing on the Little Rock Nine. From PBS Kids.
Homework -- Civil Rights Overview, due 11/30-12/1 for periods 1, 4, and 7
A fantastic timelines from the Seattle Times that compares events
from Dr. King's life with the
happenings of the Civil Rights Movement in general, including key
events happening in Seattle.
Dr. King/Civil Rights Movement Timeline
Follow this link to go to the International Baccalaureate
International Baccalaureate Program
A really fun way to make bubble notes and brainstorm!
Bubble notes at bubbl.us
If you forgot your login, use this:
ONLINE TEXTBOOK Elements of Literature
When reading for pleasure, books should be right at a student's
level. At this website, you can
browse books by Lexile level or enter in a book title to find its
level. Each student should know his or
her Lexile level.
internet4classrooms has some fun and interactive activities for
Langauge Arts online activities
Create your own comics using this online tool.
Interactive Comic Creator
We have used this graphic organizer to map persuasive essays. We
will also use it to organizer our prewriting for our paper. You
can either print our the blank map or type directly into it.
Persuasion Map -- Essay Graphic Organizer
Online games and quizzes around reading terms