There's still nothing as reliable as the web when it comes to high school classrooms. Given all the free websites out there, there's also nothing as overwhelming to sift through. Unfortunately, part of that vetting process is wading through the heaps of educational sites that aren't mature enough in style and learning for high school students' needs and sensibilities. To help point you in the right direction, we've done the hard work of curating a list of free web-based tools that'll challenge and delight demanding high school students. The picks span all subject areas, including quite a few that cross disciplines. We've also made sure to curate useful and flexible tools that can be used all year long.
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Most kids do good because they are a people person which can help because they talk to people and know were or how to get around from talking to other kids. So this I how I overcame the obstacles on my first day. The most memorable first day I had was when I went to Kenny Guinn middle school. I knew no one in my home room so I sat there for a moment and the teacher began to call roll call then after that passed the kids in the class began to talk and so nothing. The bell sone rang and we all got up and head off to our next class remember the first class I had was science,at first I was about the tenth student in the classroom I noticed one of my friends walked in the classroom and sat next to me. The teacher then started her lesson plan, then she explained her classroom rules and regulations shortly after that she told us what we were going to do the rest of the school year.
Duplicate your own quizzes. Use the copy function to quickly edit quizzes for various classes or for differentiated instruction. Share quizzes with fellow instructors. Use the quiz id number to import and export quizzes between different instructor accounts.
Scripps National Spelling Bee. The finals, featuring accomplished spellers, will be broadcast live in primetime on ESPN2. The 10 to 12 finalists who will travel to Orlando will have earned the right to compete in the finals by advancing through three levels of virtual competition: the preliminary, quarterfinal and semifinal segments.