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Woodbury Library: Teacher Resources

Information and resources from the Woodbury School Library.

How can this page help?

Remote resources that have been curated to help support your curriculum.

Ideas to try with Students

Students love social media apps but in school they are not always accessible. Create lessons that simulate the experience with these templates from Matt Miller @ https://ditchthattextbook.com/resources
Ask students to demonstrate a skill, explore a character in a story, share what is happening in their daily lives by creating an Instagram Post using this template.  
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_sid746lkKWg7rht8dgEMsHzzBaM22iBuBK68F9KB84/copy
Try having student make a comparison with Would You Rather
 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1BVpmsN2J-yhOinm1nvp5Qc4o_1licd94E6w5E2cHUWg/copy
Try this TIk Tok inspired Google Slide template

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1-xY7iuv5-UE64YWXrL9SrHWGe__51j1H11g_Gu4Cnlc/copy

Teachers checkout this blog post for more ideas and templates!

https://ditchthattextbook.com/google-slides-templates-for-snapchat-games-in-class/

 

ELA

Click on the links or pictures below to explore cool language arts resources.
Project Gutenberg - ebooks available in the public domain.

 

  

Free public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world.

 

Audible -  Listen to books from Amazon.com - No login required

 
Provides writing curriculum ideas and support.

 

Provides literacy curriculum ideas and support.

 

Social Studies

Click on the links or pictures below to explore cool social studies resources.
A fun way for students to learn about America's History.

 

Science

Click on the links or pictures below to explore cool science resources.
 
Free resource of curriculum materials for math, science and social studies.

Hyperdocs

 

Hyperdocs - a design model for facilitating lessons while remote learning.

A hyperdoc (or hyperslides) creates a one stop place for students to access materials/resources for a lesson.  The document also provides space or links to platforms for the student to demonstrate or extend their learning.  Learn more at https://hyperdocs.co/

Hyperdoc Templates -  available to copy to your drive and adapt at https://hyperdocs.co/blog/posts/hyperdocs-templates-for-getting-started

Hyperdoc Templates Folder -   available to copy to your drive and adapt https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-PXyyF6yGead1g1LUhJS1dPVHc

Hyperdoc Facebook grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/HyperDocs

Hyperdoc Library - find a library of templates available to copy to your drive. 

http://www.livebinders.com/play/play?id=2209620&fbclid=IwAR3VEmnaiMYs4-cb4V_DxWzZMVRpzEEuIuoKCKgSWjiAQVDCP8DoWd4hODw

 

Learn more - sau57.org/hyperdocs

This is a libguide created by SHS librarian Rachel Hopkins.

Resources for ALL Teachers

Copyright - A guide with resources, information and best practices.
Noodletools - A guide that will help in using Noodletools.
Reading Guide - Links to finding reading levels and places to find reading materials
Mentor Texts Example texts found in the Woodbury Library to help provide samples of different reading & writing strategies.
Advisory Class - Link to the webpage with all the information you will need for your advisory classes.
Tales2Go - Audiobook Stream available through the library.
MLA 8th ed. - Information on citing sources using the revised MLA 8 style guide.
 
Database Resource Cheat Sheet

NEWSELA offering FREE access

Find news articles, then adjust the lexile level so all your students can read the same article.

Primary/Secondary Source Help

http://www.loc.gov/teachers/

Use the Library of Congress to find lessons, primary sources and other resources.

Math

Click on the links or pictures below to explore cool math resources.
 
     Math Games

 

Free resource of curriculum materials for math, science and social studies.