The Little Book On Line
A Study Guide for the Ohio Ninth-Grade Citizenship Proficiency Test
Links to History, Government, and Social Studies Websites Web Resources for the Ohio Ninth Grade Citizenship Test
This page has links to over 45 websites that will help students prepare for the 9th Grade Citizenship Proficiency Test. At least three sites are given for each of the 17 State Outcomes. Don't miss this page developed by social studies teacher Todd Sams from Harrison Junior School in Harrison, Ohio.
Hop aboard the Civics Express to grab some of the knowledge that you might need to pass the citizenship section of Ohio's proficiency test. Created by Medina High School teacher, Caroline Cook and her students.
L. O. G. S. Living Ohio Government Series
Features info about Ohio's three branches of government. Includes internet resources and activities, plus a glossary of key terms used in government and politics. Sponsored by the American NewMedia Educational Foundation.
Ohio Historical Society
Resources for teachers and kids, plus information about the society's exhibits, links to archives and sites of the month, and more.
AP United States History Page
A wealth of info about U.S. Presidents, plus links to AP history sites, college history departments, document collections, media sources, professional journals and organizations, lesson plans, etc. Created by educator Terry Jordan from Orange High School in Ohio.
U.S. Historical Documents Archive
A large collection of famous historical documents, speeches, and addresses from the history of the United States. Website created by a high-school student from Cincinnati, Ohio.
A Chronology of U.S. Historical Documents
The University of Oklahoma Law Center's online collection of charters, proclamations, doctrines, addresses, etc. from the Pre-Colonial era to the present.
Charters of Freedom Exhibit
Each year more than a million visitors come to the rotunda of the National Archives to see the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. Although there is no substitute for an actual visit, this on-line exhibit will allow you to study the documents in greater detail than is possible for the rotunda visitor.
Library of Congress Home Page
The Library of Congress offers part of its unique American historical collections, their catalog, text and images/ from major exhibitions, the THOMAS database of information on the U.S. Congress, a Learning Page for K-12 students and teachers, and much more.
American Memory (The Library of Congress)
Multimedia collections of digitized documents, photographs, recorded sound, moving pictures, and text from the Library's Americana collections.
A project dedicated to converting documents into digital format to make them readily accessible to others.
National Register of Historic Places
The Nation's official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation including buildings, sites, and objects that are significant in American history.
Social Studies Bookmarks
A list of social studies links from the "Social Studies, Electronic Information, & Information Literacy Skills INFOhio Workshop". Listing maintained at the website for Heritage Middle School in Westerville, Ohio.
Ohio Social Studies Standards Links
Links to websites related to Ohio's social studies curriculum standards organized by strand. Posted by Ronald G. Helms at Wright State University's College of Education.
The Mother of All Social Studies Lists
A list of social studies links covering topics from citizenship to world history. Maintained by Dr. Jim Shiveley at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Online Social Studies Resources
Social Studies School Service, a company which markets supplementary learning materials, has links to sites about world and U.S. history and countries and regions of the world.
From Revolution to Reconstruction
A hypertext of American history from the colonial period until modern times based in part on An Outline of American History.
Teaching Cleveland: A Bicentennial Education Project
Valuable K-12 teaching resources that help make the history of Cleveland come alive. Materials includes lesson plans, fact sheets, activity sheets, time lines, maps, historical photos, newsprint, postcards, terms, puzzles and more.
The History Net: Where History Lives on the Web
Online articles covering a variety of history topics. Features include a daily quiz, picture of the day, and a "This Day in History" column.
History/Social Studies for K-12 Teachers
An award-winning directory of links designed to help teachers locate and use the resources of the Internet in the classroom.
The History Channel
The on-line home of cable TV's History Channel features information about topics covered on their programs, plus pages about historic places, real audio of great speeches, trivia contests, and more.
Ohio Council for the Social Studies
The OCSS promotes professional interest in and improvement of social studies instruction. Their website includes information about the Council's goals and leadership, news from around the state, and links to national and state social studies organizations.
Center for History and New Media
The Center's websites, CD-ROMs, and databases facilitate the teaching and learning of history.
Resources for social studies educators from the National Council for the Social Studies.
Covenant's Tutoring Programs
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