Developing a Hotlist of Sites


     A hotlist offers a collection of sites that you find most useful and interesting to your curriculum units. Creating a hotlist will quickly point your students to appropriate sites so they do not spend hours of aimless surfing. 
     The list should include the Web Page Title, the address (URL), and a short description of what the students will find at the site.

Visit these examples:

Air Pollution Hotlist - In addition to using books and magazines to find out about Air Pollution, why not use the power of the Internet?

China on the Net - Visit links that provide background information on Chinese culture, religion, up to date news, and maps of the country.

Educational Resources on the Web - A list of directories containing lesson plans and many sites revolving around k-12 curriculum

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Updated: 03/12/03
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