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|NATIONAL MIDDLE SCHOOL ASSOCIATION|
|MiddleWeb|
|Resources for Middle School Educators|

|Avancemos 1a|
|Primary Research |

Middle School Subjects

Catholic Faith

Vatican: the Holy See
Archdiocese of Atlanta
Catholic Online
Catholic.net
CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
The Catholic Encyclopedia
Eternal Word Television Network, Global Catholic Network
CATHOLICS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

Social Studies

Cities

Histography - Timeline of History
Only works in Chrome or Safari Browsers

Pyramid of Hate Videos
Pyramid of Hate Exercise
Egyptian Hieroglyphic
Egyptian Hieroglyphs New
Hieroglyphs PBS
Ancient Egyptian Pictures Gallery
Egypt's Golden Empire
NOVA Online/Pyramids
Colonial Era 1500 - 1754
Growth of a Nation
Elected Officials
American President: Resource on the U.S. Presidents
Presidents of the United States
The Presidents | The White House

The Travel Site
Traveler IQ Challenge
Smithsonian Institution
U.S. Presidential Elections
United Nations CyberSchool Bus
8th Grade
Historyteacher.net
American Revolution
AMERICAN HISTORY
American Industrial Revolution
American Journey, 2003

Language Arts

Link to Article
What Are We Doing During LA in Religion?
Link to Article 2
House Design
MLA Style
APA Style
Ancient Greece - The British Museum
Free Translation

Typing

Typing Test
Speed Typing Test
Keyboarding Practice
Free online Typing course
Typing Test: Home
Dance Mat Typing
Online Typing Course-Allows your own text to be entered and timed.
FreeTypingGames

Science

H.I.C.E.
Science Fair
Science Resources
BrainPOP - Science
Middle School Science
Frank Potter's Science Gems
EncycloZine: Worlds of Science
Solar System Exploration: Bodies

Math

Mathematics History
Math.com-Calculators
Harcourt Brace Math Glossary
Math.com- The World of Math
Online Conversions
Math Word Problems for Children
Puzzling and Perplexing Problems
The Calorie Control Council

Introduction to Middle School Computers
Middle school students and secondary students apply standard productivity tools (e.g., database, spreadsheet, drawing, and painting software) in sophisticated ways to track trends, make predictions, evaluate data, and create illustrations that are applied in real-world situations to solve real-world problems. The Internet becomes a vehicle for collecting and exchanging information, verifying information, and exploring ideas and cultures through communications with content experts and students from other countries. Multimedia-authoring software, integrated productivity software, and graphing calculators become the tools for analyzing and illustrating data, information, diagrams, and graphics collected through research on countries, economies, trends, and issues. Collaborative projects using a variety of technology tools for content learning address the need for individuals to cooperatively solve problems and generate strategies for addressing public issues.
Computer Standards



ACTDEN
Apple - K-12 Education
Education is rapidly undergoing a progression from traditional curricula to innovative and increasing interactive learning. ACT360� Media is addressing this issue by providing quality content and new methods of interaction through the Digital Education Network. With DEN, teachers and parents can access timely content for classroom or home use, and introduce students directly to the Internet education experience.
For over two decades, Apple has helped schools build and share powerful experiences in classrooms supported by Mac hardware and software solutions. Whether you�re looking at building powerful, easy to use network infrastructure or looking to expand and enhance multimedia and desktop movie tools in the classroom � Apple can help.





Ancient Greece Portal
THE ANCIENT GREEKS WEBQUEST
The Adventures of Ulysses
Greek Mythology Web Project
The ancient Greeks believed that powerful gods and goddesses, called Olympians, ruled the earth and the heavens. These Olympians had supernatural powers capable of causing harm or providing help to humans in need. But they weren't all that god-like. Each of these mythological characters also possessed very human weaknesses and personality traits. It is these traits, along with their unique, quirky, and sometimes very bad behavior, that make the gods and goddesses such interesting characters to study and provide us with such an intriguing glimpse into the people, the values and the world of ancient Greece.
Greek Database
Greek-Gods.Info- Greek Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece
Greek Mythology