General Websites

  • Dictionary.com This website has a online dictionary, thesaurus and encyclopedia. Great for quickly looking up a word!
  • Grammar Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing: This website and podcast gives you tips on frequently asked or misunderstood writing problems.
  • The OWL at Purdue: The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. Students, members of the community, and users worldwide will find information to assist with many writing projects.
  • LibraryThing
  • Accelerated Reader
  • Check your book to see if your book has an AR Quiz. You can also see the reading level and points.
  • After you read a book, click here to log in to your account to take a quiz. You must have your teacher or Ms. Kelley present to be able to take the quiz!

Greek Mythology

  • Mythweb: A fun, interactive site about the gods and goddesses.
  • AncientGreece.com: Includes good information on everything in ancient Greece inlcuding art, architecture, culture, mythology and much, much more!

Shakespeare

  • Shakespeare Searched: Simply put in the words you want to find in any Shakespeare work by any character and it is shows you exactly where it is!
  • Queen Elizabeth I: This website has tons of information about Queen Elizabeth and her world. Look her for information on her life, her clothes, and even what the Elizabethans ate.
  • Elizabethan Era: This site brings together a lot of information about the customs, clothing, food and social aspects of the era.
  • Bubonic Plague Fact Sheet: To find out technical information about the plague use the National Park Service's site.
  • Overview of the Black Death: Another name for the plague, this site give detailed information about the disease and its effects during the Middle Ages.

English Teachers--Wiki Pages

Ms. Nicole Webb--Department Chair
Ms. Burton
Ms. Carriel
Ms. Cohlmeyer
Ms. Coleman
Ms. Hampton
Ms. Jones
Ms. Lochmann
Ms. Nalick
Mr. Stevens
Ms. Wycoff