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Web English Teacher

Name: Web English Teacher Brief Description of the Site: Carla Beard thinks of her site as the faculty library or workroom on a global scale and it's a real find for English and Language Arts teachers. Links include Advanced Placement, Book Reports, Children's Literature, ESL, Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage,
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Name:Web English Teacher

Brief Description of the Site:
Carla Beard thinks of her site as the faculty library or workroom on a global scale and it's a real find for English and Language Arts teachers. Links include Advanced Placement, Book Reports, Children's Literature, ESL, Grammar, Mechanics, and Usage, Journalism, Literature, Mythology, Phonics, Poetry, Reading, Shakespeare, Speech, Study Guides, Vocabulary, Writing, and more.

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If you're an English or Language Arts teacher, you'll find an incredible collection of English and Language Arts related sites to enhance your own understanding of many topics and to provide resources for your students.

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Ken Royal

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