Documentary Heaven http://documentaryheaven.com/ Documentary Heaven was set up early July 2009 to provide the public with a vast collection of documentaries spanning across every genre out there.
We intend on continuously updating the site on a daily basis to bring you nothing but the very best.
All of this sites material is sourced from elsewhere on the internet and merely embedded here. None of the videos shown on this website are hosted by documentaryheaven.com nor are any of them uploaded to the internet by us we merely find and embed them for your pleasure.
Introducing Sociology : Videos http://www.onlineclassroom.tv/sociology Introducing Sociology : Videos
Our Sociology resources are specifically designed to support the teaching and learning of AS/A2 Sociology
Fora TV http://fora.tv Fora TV
FORA.tv delivers discourse, discussions and debates on the world's most interesting political, social and cultural issues, and enables viewers to join the conversation.
It provides deep, unfiltered content, tools for self-expression and a place for the interactive community to gather online.
FORA.tv expands the public forum for discussion of important world issues to multiple, simultaneous fora in a digital venue.
ReadingQuest: Making Sense in Social Studies http://www.readingquest.org/ ReadingQuest: Making Sense in Social Studies is a website designed for social studies teachers who wish to more effectively engage their students with the content in their classes.
ReadingQuest is designed to provide you with the philosophical bases for sound comprehension strategy instruction, directions for a range of comprehension and content reading strategies, and printable handouts and masters for transparencies. You will be invited to think about how a social studies skills framework might help you choose the right strategies for your lessons.
ReadingQuest challenges you to think about what students should know or be able to do and, perhaps more importantly, what it looks like when they are engaging the content towards the purpose of that lesson. While designed with social studies in mind, teachers of any content area can find the strategies and the process useful and helpful.
Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers http://www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/ Lesson Plans and Resources for Social Studies Teachers
Dr. Marty Levine, Professor Emeritus of Secondary Education, California State University, Northridge (CSUN), has gathered lesson plans and resources from the Internet which social studies teachers will find useful.
The New York Times - Learning Network http://www.nytimes.com/learning/ The New York Times - Learning Network grades 3 to 12
Ready made lesson plans and classroom activities built on todays news and current events.
Perspectives On Iraq http://lii.org/search/iraq Perspectives on Iraq is a collection of new and "classic" lii.org resources.
Note that the lii.org database includes numerous other resources on topics such as peace, war, the Mid-East, nuclear weapons and disarmament, the United Nations, and specific countries and issues.
Read to Feed http://www.readtofeed.org/ Welcome!! Heifer International invites you to join in the fun and excitement, while doing something to make the world a better place!
Through Read to Feed? you can help hungry people all over the world to be better fed, proud and self-reliant. Kids! You have the power to be part of hopeful solutions to some very tough global problems!
Read to Feed is about global education, awareness, and action! Children are motivated to read books so they can help impoverished people around the world.
AskAsia http://www.askasia.org/ Asia Society is a national nonprofit, nonpartisan public educational organization dedicated to increasing American understanding of Asia and broadening the dialogue between Americans and Asians.
The Educational initiatives focus on improving the quality of education about Asia at the elementary and secondary levels, and provide curricular materials, services, and support for teachers and schools throughout the United States. The Society's extensive use of the latest interactive media serves as a groundbreaking model for educational outreach.
USA Election 2000 http://www.homeworkspot.com/inthenews/election2000.htm You have to be 18 years old to vote, but young Americans can still get caught up in the election process. The following sites explain how elections work, who the presidential candidates are and what the politicians are talking about.
The Hunger Site http://www.thehungersite.com/ Just go to this site and click on the button and someone somewhere in the world who is hungry gets a meal at no cost to you (sponsors pay). The world map also blinks on countires each time a person dies of hunger.
Teaching Social Studies with the Internet http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed435582.html Social studies educators are living and working in the middle of a revolution -- the emergence of the Internet as an integral part of education. This Digest summarizes ways that classroom teachers can combine the Internet with other instructional resources and methods.
Free USA Web Resources for Social Studies http://www.ed.gov/free/s-social.html All social studies links | World Facts | Africans in America | America Civil War | Folklife | Heritage | Indians | Architecture | People | Art | History | Battles | Canal | Military | CIA | Computer Crime | Encyclopedia | Genealogy | Gettysburg | Immigration | Invention | Maps | Presidents | Race | Tourism |