•  Prezi
    Many of my units have been placed on prezi. Prezi is an interactive lesson much like powerpoint. The units have been placed online so that students can review teachers notes or get caught up on work that was missed during an absence. Students are expected to use these sites for missed notes, and for test review.
    Prezi's can be opened by highlighting the url and pasting it into your browser. You may also be able to highlight the url, right click on it and open it. If you are having problems viewing my prezi's please contact me by phone or by email.
     
     http://www.prezi.com
     The website below is for unit 1.( Metrics, Inference, and Density) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
    The website below is for unit 2. (Mapping the Earth) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    The website below is for unit 3. Seasons and Solar System) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    The website below is for unit 4.(Energy) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    The website below is for unit 5.(Weather) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    The website below is for unit 6 (Water). Please copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
    http://prezi.com/q9ecjekdgdbx/unit-6-prezi-the-water-cycle/
     
     
    The website below is for unit 7. (Weathering and Erosion) Please copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    The website below is for unit 8 (Rocks and Minerals) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    The website below is for unit 9. (Earthquakes and Volcanoes) Copy and paste into your browser if it will not open
     
     
    Unit 10 is a compilation of Geologic time. Most of it is out of the ESRT. Prezi is under construction
     
     
    Study Island
    Since2000, Study Island has been building and marketing online, statestandards-based learning programs that are the most effective andeasiest to use of their kind. Our in-house technical development andcontent teams design and create our programs, which are then sold toschools on a subscription basis through our direct sales force. Used bymillions of students in thousands of schools across the United States,all of our programs are built specifically from state standards and aredesigned to create a very user-friendly experience for both studentsand teachers alike.
    http://www.studyisland.com/


    Castle Learning Online (formerly School Island)

    Castle Learning Online is a web site for students and teachers, providing content review and skill assessment activities for Math, Science, Social Studies, English and Foreign Languages. Instant feedback and progress reports pinpoint a student's strengths and weaknesses. Teachers can monitor their students' use of Castle Learning Online and create assignments tailored to their individual needs. Castle Learning Online is easily accessible from school, library, or home - wherever an Internet-connected computer is available.
    http://castlelearning.com/review/login.asp


    Brain Pop
    BrainPOP movies cover everything from the Underground Railroad to the atomic model to Shakespeare. Interactive quizzes for assessment and enrichment materials like experiments and creative activities supplement the movies. Topics – aligned with state and national education standards and searchable by state standards – are grouped within the subjects of Science, Math, English, Social Studies, Health, Technology and Arts and Music. Our ever-expanding library currently consists of more than 600 movies for grades 3-12.
    http://brainpop.com

    Oswego City School District Regents Exam Prep Center
    The goal of this nonprofit site is to help high school students meet the New York State Regents requirements in English, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. This project is supported by a federally-funded Title III Technology Literacy Challenge Grant and the Learning Technology Grant.
    http://www.regentsprep.org



    http://fur.ly/heh/
    A website developed to help the students retrieve data about the different planets.
     
    OAS Websites
     
     
     
    Beach erosion and current state laws (you may have to cut and paste these into your browser)
     
     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEn14ZUC5e8
     
    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=shoreline%20building%20codes&source=web&cd=9&ved=0CH8QFjAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kingcounty.gov%2Fproperty%2Fpermits%2Fpublications%2F~%2Fmedia%2Fproperty%2Fpermits%2Fdocuments%2Fbulletins%2F10.ashx&ei=j5mNT4K8AsPb0QG06sy-Dw&usg=AFQjCNGcCdZE9guE4d_HpRN3-akYY6sXtw&cad=rja&surl=1&safe=active 
     
    http://www.ohiodnr.com/Ohio_Coast/RegulatoryHome/ShoreStructureGuide2/tabid/9287/Default.aspx
     
    www.dec.ny.gov/docs/fish_marine_pdf/shoreprotect.pdf