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People

Heroes: (requires frames) To get to the page, click TREASURES, then HEROES : Graham Bell, Mother Theresa, Lincoln, American Civil War, Edison, Internet Museum, Presidents of the US, Who invented what, E.Presley, Football, Famous Women, John Glenn, MLK, Leonardo Da Vinci, African American History Quiz, Apollo 11, US Constitution...

US Presidents

George Bush Presidential Library The Center includes the museum, archives, meeting rooms, classrooms, auditoria, administrative offices and space for university programs. These facilities will promote interaction of library personnel and scholars. 

Abraham Lincoln and other American presidents A biography.  

Sheryl's Holiday Site- Abraham Lincoln  Page of links to Abraham Lincoln web sites.

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865)   

Abraham Lincoln Online Abraham Lincoln Online was started in November 1995 as a non-profit service. The site brings you news about Lincoln books, speeches and writings, historic places, and events. 

Abraham Lincoln Word Search puzzle (Grades 4-6 and up)

President Ronald Reagan Page of links Ronald Reagan's life, times and presidency.

Reagan 2000 - How GREAT WAS RONALD REAGAN How will President Reagan be most remembered? How, if at all, has he changed American politics and government? Has he been one of America's great presidents? Has he been a conservative president? To what other presidencies might the Reagan administration be compared? These questions were put to seven leading political historians and presidential biographers.
 
The Ronald Reagan Home Page  Using primary source material, the Ronald Reagan Home Page presents the real history of the 1980s. 

Ronald Wilson Reagan Biography Lesson plan.

Thomas Jefferson The American Presidency-Selected Resources, an Informal Reference Guide. 

Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809) A biography.

Thomas Jefferson First Inaugural Address in Washington, D.C.

George Washington Word Search puzzle


Other famous people

The World of Benjamin Franklin  by the Franklin Institute Online. Check out Glimpses of the Man (Quicktime Movie, 1297k)

Marie Curie and Radioactivity The story of the famous first female Nobel Prize winner and of her discovery of radioactivity.

 

Pirates

Blackbeard - King of Pirates  

Chesapeake Bay history - Pirates on the Bay  

The History of Pirates and Buccaneers" Diego Grillo  

Pirates Page of links.   

PIRATES  

Pirates of the Bahamas This page is from the Official Site of the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism.

 

Phonetics

Phonics: In this section you can receive some sound advice. In the English language there are as many exceptions are there are rules. Still we can make certain generalizations when it comes to pronouncing words. Topics: [a], [e], [i] and [o] sounds.

Pronunciation exceptions: Learning to pronounce English words is not always easy. For advanced students.

 International Phonetic Alphabet + sounds. 

 Phonetic Alphabet to download

  American vs British pronunciation Test1 and Test 2.

Sounds of American English. Click here for exercises and activities.

BBC Education. Oral discrimination: vowel sounds + CVC (consonant - vowel - consonant) words + consonant clusters. What sound can you hear in the middle of each word? Click on the sign that shows the right letter. If you are correct the word is added to the list. Also check out Words and Pictures for some more activities.

ESL.ABOUT.com: IPA + pronunciation exercises.

Pronunciation: an excellent resource.

Pronunciation Page of links to pronunciation activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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