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RE: Interesting Web Sites


From: Peg Blechman (blechman@ACCESS-BOARD.GOV)
Date: Thu May 18 2000 - 11:51:45 PDT

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    Thought you all might be interested in the following:
    -Peg

    The Cave of Lascaux *****
    http://www.culture.fr/culture/arcnat/lascaux/en/
    A Webby Award 2000 winner(the Oscars of the Web),this site from the
    Ministry of Culture in France lets you take a virtual tour of the
    Palaeolithic wall paintings of Lascaux. Students of all ages can explore
    the caves, learn more about the images in the paintings, and discover
    the materials used by the artists 15,000 years ago. This website is
    available in English, French, Spanish, and German.

    Grade Level: Middle School, High School, College, Adult/Professional
    Content Area: History & Social Studies (Anthropology), Arts (Visual
    Arts)[Dewey #301]
    Application Type: Resource
    Webmaster: mrt

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    KidsClick: Worlds of WebSearching ****
    http://www.worldsofsearching.org/
    The Ramapo Catskill Library System put together a great site geared to
    help teach students how to search the web for the information they need.
    Do you understand how sorted subject guides (directories or indexes)
    work? Check out "World 2." Keyword searching is covered in three
    different "worlds" so that students can learn the importance of spelling
    and putting words into phrases.

    Grade Level: Elementary, Middle School
    Content Area: Technology (Internet) [Dewey #600]
    Application Type: Tutorial, Resource
    webmaster jkuntz

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    Windsor & Newton ****
    http://www.winsornewton.com/index.html
    Attention all art teachers...this site has some great areas you can use
    to supplement your studio art classes and to draw other disciplines in
    to your class. See factory tour for the history of Windsor and Newton
    and how to make the paints. "How did you do that?" has basic information
    on how to paint picture frames, paint on fabric, tint photos, etc.

    Grade Level: Middle School, High School, College, Adult/Professional
    Content Area: Arts (Visual Arts) [Dewey #750]
    Application Type: Resource
    Webmaster: winsorbst

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