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Helping Students Make Science Connections. Many of London’s works were set in a time and place that students will not be familiar with.

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helping students make science connections
Helping Students Make Science Connections
  • Many of London’s works were set in a time and place that students will not be familiar with.
  • Helping students build background knowledge to some of the details he writes about will not only help them comprehend his literary work, but it allows you to instruct in textual and functional reading as well.
  • The following slides contain sites for information with which students might not be familiar.
science connections
Science Connections
  • Auroras Northern Lights

http://climate.gi.alaska.edu/Curtis/curtis.html

  • Aurora: Information and Imageshttp://dac3.gi.alaska.edu/~pfrr/AURORA/INDEX.HTM
  • Real time- The Weather In the Yukon
    • http://www.weatheroffice.com/scripts/citygen.pl?cclient=ECCDN&city=YDA
  • Science Snapshots http://explorezone.com/snapshots/1999/09_09_aurora.htm
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Textual Reading Sites

Auroras Northern Lights

http://climate.gi.alaska.edu/Curtis/curtis.html

Science Snapshots

http://explorezone.com/snapshots/1999/09_09_aurora.htm

The Aurora: Information and Images

http://dac3.gi.alaska.edu/~pfrr/AURORA/INDEX.HTM

Image © Jan Curtis

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"And the skies of night were alive with light, with a throbbing, thrilling flame; Amber and rose and violet, opal and gold it came."

- Robert W. Service

Welcome to The Aurora Page

http://www.geo.mtu.edu/weather/aurora/

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