Student SpringBoard Login Instructions Using Clever
Step 1: Go to www.clever.com
In the top right corner, drop down the menu that says what you are logging in as (‘as a student)
Sign into clever using your SCHOOL-ASSIGNED google email account
Step 2: Getting into SpringBoard Digital
Find the SpringBoard icon on your dashboard
You are in!!
You have been assigned a specific class. When you use the digital book, any notes or annotations that have been made by your teacher, in your class copy, will show on yours.
Zinc is a free resource that your teacher may use to assign vocabulary and articles. Make sure you check it out.
Oswego 308 Writing Style Guide
Works Cited ReferencePARCC Practice Website ELA and Math
Literary Elements Review
7th grade Unit 1EA 1
Outsiders audio - https://www.youtube.com/
playlist?list= PLxqzZDA3Z9KXDEtv48QNKQFDx2baw obJjEvaluating websites
Are they real or fake? Why?
Google TiSP https://archive.google.com/tisp/index.html
Dihydrogen Monoxide http://www.dhmo.org/
Save the tree octopus http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/7th grade Unit 2 EA 1 Helpful Advertising Links
Cinderella Story Elements Interactive Site
8th grade Unit 2 EA 1 helpful links
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury audio - please note that the page numbers are not an exact match to our class books8th grade Unit 2 EA 2 helpful linksMost sites have a search option at the top
University of Illinois Library -some links require a login that only their students can then use
When using google use this tip:
Google Search Strategy: Put your keywords in "quotation marks" add the date range site:.gov
EX: "death penalty" 2015..2016 site:.gov
"death penalty" 2015..2016 site:.edu8th grade Unit 3 EA 1
3.6 - Holocaust encyclopedia
3.7 - Holocaust learning site8th grade Unit 3 EA 2
3.14 - #8 http://www.plantabillion.org/
3.16 - use EBSCO - Points of View3.17
3.19 #7 - http://www.beyondpesticides.org/U3 EA 2
color meanings - http://www.color-wheel-pro.com/color-meaning.html
persuasive advertising rhetorical appeals and techniques http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson1166/PersuasiveTechniques.pdfUnit 4 EA 14.2 Understanding the Complexity of Humor4.3 Classifying Humor4.4 - Humorous anecdotesJerry Seinfeld video - I'm Telling You for the Last Time - Halloween4.5 - Truth in ComedyAlternative quotes"If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you." -- Oscar Wilde"Humor is a rubber sword -- it allows you to make a point without drawing blood." -- Mary Hirsch"Many a true word is spoken in jest." --Geoffrey Chaucer4.6 Satirical Humor -
Satirical Article from the Onion
School ‘Fine,’ U.S.Teens Report
Satire video clips
Satire elements: Irony
Satire elements: Sarcasm:
(Big Bang Theory)
Satire elements: Ridicule
(Saturday Night Live - baby toupee)4.7 Comic Caricatures
4.8 Comic Situations
I Love Lucy clip - chocolate factory scene
4.10 - Comic Wordplay
Abbott & Costello - Who's on First? transcript
Who's on First? video clip https://thekidshouldseethis.com/post/whos-on-first-abbott-costelloUnit 4 EA 1 - Performing Shakespearean Comedy4.13 - Shakespeare webquest
4.15 - Act3, Scene 2 lines 282-305Other Shakespeare sites
The best online glossary to all the strange, confusing, and beautiful words that appear in Shakespeare’s works. Based on David and Ben Crystal’s incredible book, also called Shakespeare’s Words, it lets you look up any word instantly. It even features full-text editions of the plays with the definitions linked in!
Looking for a Shakespeare homework helper? This site features everything from historical background to Shakespeare’s original sources to useful study guides. A great starting place.
Internet Shakespeare Editions
Want to see what Shakespeare’s plays looked like when they were originally published? This is a great site for comparing quarto to folio, and how words and spellings changed from text to text.
Folger Digital Texts
There are plenty of places on the Internet to find clean texts of Shakespeare’s plays, but this is the best. Using the texts from their terrific Folger Library Shakespeare series, they’ve made 38 plays and 4 poems available online to download or copy
The Academy of American Poets provides this Shakespeare exhibit. Included are selected writings, biographical information, and links to related resources.
Biography.com has Shakespeare's full biography as well as several video clips about his life.
Discusses Shakespeare's birth, childhood, marriage and children, the London theatre, and his final years.
"The essential William Shakespeare resource with Shakespeare's plays, sonnets and poems. Study Shakespeare with plot summaries, essays, character analyses, quotes, biography, pictures, timeline, trivia, the Globe Theatre and links."
A collection of quotations.Language Arts Resources
Parent/student resource - writing lab
Language Arts Production Tools
Letter Generator - friendly and business
Printing Press - brochure, booklet, flyer, and newspaper
Webbing Tool - create graphic organizer/web
Student materials index - has the above production tools and more
Propaganda and Advertising slideshow
State of Debate
Poe, Edgar Allen
Poe and his poems
The Raven by Edgar Allen Poe - interactive
The Raven audio
Tell-Tale Heart audio