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Student-Friendly Resources: High School

With high school students, evaluating web resources is very important. Visit our section of the CD-ROM on how to evaluate web sites for classroom use, or stick with recommended resources. We've compiled some of our favorite sites for high school students below, all recommended by teachers in our network:

Purdue University's Online Writing Lab:

Shakespeare Online: http://shakespeare-online.com

Merriam-Webster's Word Central: http://wordcentral.com

Free SAT prep: http://number2.com/exams/sat/index.cfm

LSU Author Guides: http://lib.lsu.edu/hum/lit/authors.html

Short Stories Online: http://short-stories.co.uk

Academy of American Poets: http://poets.org

Drexel's Math Forum: http://mathforum.org

SOS Math Review: http://sosmath.com

The Classical Music Navigator: http://wku.edu/~smithch/music/index2.htm

Preque Isle High School Chemistry Resources:

Exploratorium's Hands-On Activities: http://exploratorium.edu/explore/handson.html

Teen Health: http://kidshealth.org/teen

Library of Congress' American Memory Collection:

Country Reports: http://emulateme.com

History Channel's "This Day in History"

A&E Biography Search: http://biography.com

Job Star Central Career Guides: http://jobstar.org/tools/career/index.cfm

Junior Achievement's Titan Business Simulation Game: http://titan.ja.org