Click on the link to go to Ashley Readers Webpage. You will find information about this year's prom and also links on clothing, hairstyles and makeup of the 1920s. There are also links on the music of the 1920s.
An Infographic is a visual presentation of information, it can be a diagram, a chart or a pictorial representation. You can create one to use in a presentation or print out and post it to a display board. Located in the right-hand column of the webpage you will find an Infographic Livebinder. Click on the binder and you will find information about how to create an infographic, a number of different types of tools for you to use, links to already created infographics and also links to data sources to gather statistical information to make your own infographic.
Easel.ly, visual.ly, and Piktochart are the easiest tools to use to create your own infographic. Click on the Data Sources for statistical information to use in your development. If you would like to use an infographic already created click on the tab Infographics, just remember to cite your source if you use someone else's creation.
A list of links to different test prep locations have been added to the right-hand side of the webpage. Some links are to free online quizzes, question of the day sites, and one is to a downloadable workbook. Make use of them to prepare before taking either the ACT or SAT. The tutor.com link is part of Homework Help so you may need to use the password for that program to get into it.
There are additional testing information sites located on the 300 Social Sciences Dewey page at the top of the website.