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Top ten reasons why students shouldn't cite or rely on Wikipedia

Finding Dulcinea Web Guides by subject area




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Fifty Ways to Leave Your Term Paper/Book Report & Tell Your Story
Library of Congress for Teachers Ready-to-use materials that bring the Library’s primary sources into the classroom.
Thinkfinity Thousands of free lesson plans and educational resources for teachers.
Teach-nology
FREE Federal Resources for Education Excellence - includes videos, primary source documents, photos and animations
Curriki K-12 Open Curricula Community
NY Times Learning Network
Smithsonianeducation.org
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11 Techy Things for Teachers to Try this Year
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Halloween and the Day of the Dead
Discover the roots of Halloween and el Día de Muertos (Mexico). Untie the strands of ancient folk customs and learn how European traditions blended with the indigenous ones of Mesoamerican peoples.
http://edsitement.neh.gov/october-2010-history-and-origins-halloween-and-day-dead-celebrations#node-20813

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