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ELA References
 

These links support instruction in ELA

Quia ELA Site 
English/Grammar  -  A huge list of links for students
Vocabulary Links Grammar Quizzes
Idioms Grammar Links
Geography & English Combined Scrambled Words
Treasure Hunts Starfall
GUIDED READING LESSON PLANS  
ESOL/Dave's Site  Quiz Center

 

English Language Arts

  1. Early Childhood Activities
  2. Literature for high school level readers
  3. Books to read online:Free

The new Common Core State Standards requires children to read a large volume of historical fiction and informational text.

Other trade books to support reading comprehension

Do you have any of these books?  Please send them to the school.

The ABC'SABibliography of Children's Books  with  Social Studies Themes

PURCHASE HISTORICAL FICTION BOOKS HERE:

READ THEM TO YOUR CHILD AND ASK THEM COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS AS YOU READ

We would also like to see you reading these books with your children.

 

On this page will be resources and information to help ELA teachers in grades K-5 use the new series as one of their instructional resources.

Journeys Online Site: https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do is a direct link to the sign-in page. You may also access the online resources from their portal page:http://www.thinkcentral.com.

To contact the K-5 SC sales representative, email Carl Headley at carl.headley@hmhpub.com.

For immediate help, click on the Guides and Tutorials section after you have logged in with your teacher login and password.

  1.  Journeys Materials with Adoption (pdf file - 631 KB)
  2.  Journeys Comprehensive Language & Literacy Guide Information (pdf file - 772 KB)
  3.  Journeys - Directions to access site as an evaluator (pdf file - 1.46 MB)
  4.  Journeys NWEA Letter (pdf file - 32 KB)
  5.  Journeys Think Central Snapshots (pdf file - 679 KB)
  6.  Journeys Leveled Readers Information (pdf file - 265 KB)
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2. Kattia Chaves-Herrera - Director for Title I, III (ESOL), and VI, 843-784-2630
3. Dana Anderson- Operations & Personnel Manager, 843-784-2630
4. Shalonda Toomer - SPED Coordinator, 843-784-2630
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7. Mary Morse - Registrar & PowerSchool Administrator, 843-784-2630
8. Dr. Karen Wicks - Executive Director/Principal 843-784-2630
9. Brian Morse, Chief Academic Officer, 843-784-2630
10. All of the above persons may be reached by mail at the following address: PO Box 528, Hardeeville, SC 29927
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