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TeacherFirst Web Content Matrix

Name: TeacherFirst Web Content Matrix Brief Description of the Site: TeachersFirst lists links to sites and lessons for Elementary, Middle School, and High School teachers and provides these lessons in subject areas that include Art, Astronomy and Space, Biology, Chemistry, Current Events, Drama and Theatre,
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Name:TeacherFirst Web Content Matrix

Brief Description of the Site:
TeachersFirst lists links to sites and lessons for Elementary, Middle School, and High School teachers and provides these lessons in subject areas that include Art, Astronomy and Space, Biology, Chemistry, Current Events, Drama and Theatre, Earth Science, Economics, Foreign Languages, Health, Interdisciplinary, Library Resources, Literature and Reading, Mathematics, Mind Stretchers, Music, Physical Education, Physics, General Science, Special Education, U. S. History, U. S. Government, World Cultures and Geography, and Writing.

How to use the site:
Teachers can find lessons for almost any topic needed and use them easily. Many include Web Resources and Lesson Plans. Read the short description before you follow the links.

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Ken Royal

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