Photo credit: Odegaard Writing & Research Center Here are some suggestions for organizing an argumentative essay, from the Odegaard Writing & Research Center of the University of Washington. One difference between an argumentative essay and a persuasive essay is that a persuasive essay can focus on evoking an emotional response, while an argumentative essay uses […]
Photo credit: Citation Machine Citation Machine makes citing sources much easier. In science classes APA is typically used, and in humanities or language arts classes MLA is typically used.
Photo credit: mammalssuck.blogspot.com For those who like learning about incredible animals, and the action-packed excitement of tournament competition, there is now March Mammal Madness. You no longer need to be satisfied with one or another, because these two ingredients have been fused together like fine cuisine! Mammals are paired up against one another in a […]
Photo credit: Emma Bryce TedEd has published a great video to explain the amazing science of the skin. Explore the integumentary system with this short video. Save Save
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Photo credit: A&E Television Networks, LLC Episode 14 from season 1 of The Universe, is titled Beyond the Big Bang. This show describes humankind’s discovered understanding of the beginning moments of the Universe, and the evidence that supports it.
Photo credit: Novel Games Ltd. In the game Rainbow Mechanic, players generate a rainbow by placing or removing mirrors so that the light can be reflected towards the prism. If light cannot be reflected to reach the prism, you can press the Reset button to start over. There are solar powered devises, such as flashlights, […]
Photo credit: Arcademics Students can practice multiplying fractions while playing Snow Sprint. Correct answers give a player’s snow mobile more power and a chance to win the race.
Photo credit: charstudio On Math Playground, students can complete a circuit as the objective of the game called Light the Lamps. Players travel from negative to positive poles, in a general loop shape, to turn on the light-bulbs. Save
Photo credit: Ben Tibbetts Blob’s Story is a game that students can use Newtonian physics to help Blob meet up with its love.