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In the LANGUAGE ARTS section on Cybrary Man's Educational Web Sites you will find the following pages filled with many links:

Acronyms

Analogies

Anagrams

Antonyms & Synonyms

Authors & Making Books

Bibliography & Citation Styles

Book Reports

Books

Business English

Careers in English

Critical Thinking

ESL - EFL

Dogme

Dr. Seuss

Grammar

Homonyms

Journalism

Learning Disabilities

Literacy

Literary Criticism

Literary Terms

Media Literacy

Metaphors

Myths, Folk and Fairy Tales

Onomastics

Parts of Speech

Phonological Awareness

Phrasal Verbs

Poetry and Nursery Rhymes

Prefixes, Suffixes & Root Words

Pronunciation

Proverbs

Quotations

Reading and Literacy Skills

Reference

Response to Intervention - RTI

Riddles

Shakespeare

Short Stories

Sonnets

Speech Help

Spelling

Story Telling

Text Complexity

Vocabulary

Words - Etymology

Writing

Writing Prompts


Quick Tips: Reading and Language Arts

Active Listening - Study Guides and Strategies

Center for Applied Linguistics

Technology Integration in Language Arts

Embed Technology in your lessons when suitable

Technology Integration @Web English Teacher

ELA Skills Links

SMART Board Website Resources - Communication Arts

Web 2.0 Tools - English/Language Arts

MY Tech Integration for
English Language Learners Page


Web English Teacher
Language Arts Resources

Language Arts Lesson Plans

Making Language Arts Fun: An Online Guide

ReadWriteThink
All Lessons

Teachit's English teaching resources

Language Toolbox


"I like to be beholden to the great metropolitan English speech, the sea which receives tributaries from every region under heaven."
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-82), U.S. essayist, poet, philosopher.