Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Featured: 11/27/2012 Britannica School [Reference]

From the publishers of Encyclopædia Britannica, Britannica School offers learning resources for the classroom, for the library, or the home.

Britannica School strives to provide an unmatched learning environment. Start with reliable information from the encyclopedias. Find interactive exercises, atlases, timelines, magazines, pre-screened websites, and videos to use in your lessons, for class projects, or for homework.An abundance of authentic content aligned to Common Core and state standards and a wide variety of resources including thousands of articles, images, videos, primary sources, e-books, editor-recommended websites, dictionary, thesaurus, and world atlas, encourage rigor while students read, write, research, and develop vocabulary. A consolidated search feature brings all the resources together in one place.

Britannica School's friendly interface makes it easy to select the portal appropriate to each student’s reading, grade, and age level supporting differentiated instruction. Text-to-speech supports students with special needs and built-in translation features help ELLs.Features of Britannica School:

  • Choose from preschool, elementary, middle school, or high school levels, for all reading levels and abilities.
  • Quick and easy access to the Common Core, state, and provincial curriculum standards, conveniently organized by subject and grade level.

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