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Notable Sites for Teachers

Magazine article Teach

Notable Sites for Teachers

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Anne Frank Online

www.annefrank.com

"Nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world."

These haunting words taken from Anne Frank's diary introduce visitors to the Web site, Anne Frank Online. Anne Frank's diary was first published in 1947. To date, over 31 million copies have been sold and it has been translated into more than 67 languages. Anne's diary, which recounts the life and times of a family persecuted by the Nazis, remains relevant to present-day students and teachers worldwide.

Anne Frank Online is administered by The Anne Frank Center USA. This non-profit organization sets out to:

* Effectively introduce young people to Anne Frank, the Frank family's personal story and the history of the Holocaust

* Help young people and communities explore and challenge discrimination, intolerance, and bias-related violence in a positive and constructive way

* Encourage community-initiated programs that give people, especially young people, a chance to examine issues of diversity

* Recognize the importance of personal responsibility in confronting prejudice by honouring those individuals who actively work to promote the positive values of diversity and social justice

The Web site posts free student and teacher downloads such as The Anne Frank Story and The Holocaust in Holland, The Historical Context of the Diary, Glossary of Terms and Bibliography.

The scrapbook section of the Web site is sure to move any student. It contains poignant photos, captions and descriptions that vividly portray the human tragedy of the Holocaust.

Science News for Kids

www.sciencenewsforkids.org

Science News for Kids (SNK) offers timely science news items of interest to children aged nine to 13. The Web site includes hands-on activities, informative articles, Web resources and much more. Kids will find themselves immersed in the site's content when given the chance to comment on subject matter, ask questions of featured scientists, try mathematical puzzles and submit original work for possible Web publication.

The Web site publishes three weekly feature stories and archives past articles that range in subject matter, from agriculture to weather. It also provides links to MatheMUSEments, the previous week's articles, and a sign-up page for SNK's weekly e-letter. …

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