Teens Section

General Reference

Schoolwork.Ugh!Tons of great links to help you in any subject.

The Smithsonian Dictionary– Information on the sciences, history, geography, animals and more.

Literature:

American Memory (Library of Congress) Wealth of information on literature as well as many other subjects.

National Endowment for the Humanities

Voice of the Shuttle English LiteratureExtensive Literature/Humanities resource

MIT Libraries Literature site

The Complete Works of William ShakespeareAll of the works by the author can be found at this website.

Cliff Notes: a Shakespearean glossary Explains a lot of the terms used in the works of Shakespeare.

History:

The History Channel Information on various dates, wars, and periods in history.

National Archives and Records Administration

National History Day – Website links to everything history!

Smithsonian National Museum of American History

Math:

GoMath Online tutorials, games, and puzzles.

Martindale’s Reference Desk – Calculators on-line for everything math related.

Foreign Languages:

University of California at Berkeley’s Foreign Language Links– Excellent links for any language.

Communications Connections– K-12 resources for lots of languages.

Travelang’s Translating Dictionaries-

Books/Poetry:

ALA Book Lists for Teens

Teen Link-WordSmiths (Poetry)

Internet:

Teen Hoopla: an Internet Guide for Teens

College Bound?

SAT preparation- provides over 5,000 words to help you prepare for the SAT

North Carolina Colleges on the web

Peterson’s College Information– Information on colleges, programs, private schools, etc.

U.S. Department of Education– FAFSA on the Web. Requirements, application, and procedures for Federal Student Aid.

The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid


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