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Click here to see an overview of WWI that includes both primary and secondary sources. For this activity, I recommend that you go to the section called: Objects and Photos. Click here to see primary sources about Soldier’s Daily Lives. Click here to access Wakelet.
Click here to see the video we watched in class.
Medicinal Plants of the Northern Cascades. Pacific Northwest Medicinal Plants A Selection of Pacific Northwest Plants Pacific Northwest Native Plants American Indian Ethnobotany Database
Click here to see the video. Note this works with the Desktop version of Word. Put your cursor at the end of the text you want to cite. Go to References > Style, and choose a citation style. Select Insert Citation. Choose Add New Source and fill out the information about your source. Once you’ve added a source to your…
DHMO Washington Post article The article about the dangerous chair The article about the moose licking cars The article about alien worlds in space The article about the mummified tree Dog The article about the Bull sitting in the car
Click here to see some videos by the PBS on the concepts of zero and infinity.
Use Lateral Reading to better understand this story. Where are the clues?
Youtube: Crash Course’s World History. Click here for the Met. (Do a search on your civilization in the top corner.
Immersive Reader is built into MS Office’s applications. Today we will explore how this works for online site. Please click on this link to check out this site on ancient Egypt. Here is one on foxes by National Geographic Kids. Can you make Immersive Reader simplify the site. Try now to find a page from…