What's the best site from which you can download free lessons and materials?

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Brett Eagan (not verified)

Best site for free lessons and materials

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Excellent site for teachers, students and parents
This site was created by nationally recognized teacher Alan Haskvitz which has tons of resources including lesson plans. There is also information for new teachers, scholarships and fellowships. You can even submit your own lesson plan for others to review and use.

Diane Scott (not verified)

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators

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Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a portal to other sites. She includes the ReadWriteThink site on her page, and that's how I learned about it. How can you compare a portal to one subject area? ReadWriteThink is fantastic for downloads too, but it's limited to one area. Kathy guides you to the best of the best. It's a one-stop shop for any subject.

Anonymous (not verified)

ReadWriteThink all the way

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Kathy's site may be "tried and true by Kathy herself," but ReadWriteThink has the International Reading Association and National Council of Teachers of English--and all of those teacher/member authors--behind it. And you should check out their special website for summer learning, too!

Cindy McLean (not verified)

Best website for downloading free materials

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Kathy Shrock's Guide for Educators is very useful because all of the sites she recommends are tried and true by Kathy herself. They're not limited to one subject, either. They include math, reading, technology, science, and all other subject areas. I send them on to my colleagues, and they always thank me profusely. And in the end, it's the kids who benefit from her sites.

Terri Hjelm (not verified)

Reading/Language Arts

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My students find the lessons to be interesting and often full of discovery. I like them because I rarely experience unpleasant surprises when implementing the lessons I choose.

Anonymous (not verified)

Best site for free lessons and materials

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I help prepare future teachers. A site I strongly recommend to my students is Read, Write, Think. I find most of the lessons to be pedagogically sound and student friendly.

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