|While the Internet is a wonderful tool that can offer valuable assistance to language arts students who have been assigned research papers, it can also help them with their regular studies on a daily basis. Learn about the kinds of sites that are available to language arts students. There are Web pages devoted to the development of grammar skills, while others offer writing tips. Many sites help students to better understand Shakespeare and his works. Become acquainted with these and with many, many others so that you can take full advantage of what the Internet puts at your fingertips!
1) Students will learn that the Internet has everyday applications for the language arts student.
2) Students will become familiar with the various kinds of Web sites that relate to language arts studies.
3) Students will be encouraged to make full use of the Internet on a regular basis.
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This short video samples Web sites useful to students seeking to improve vocabulary, grammar, writing skills, and reading skills. It offers quick peeks at sites holding books on the Web, as well as those that help students understand Shakespeare and poetry. Site content is displayed onscreen.
SOURCE: School Library Journal, July 2001 Issue
AUTHOR: Suzanne Goodman, Park High School, Livingston, MT
Reproduced, with permission from School Library Journal Copyright ©
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