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  • Anne Frank online, levels 5–8

    The Diary of Anne Frank is one of the most-studied texts in the world. This site provides invaluable information on her life and times, and a great photo scrapbook.

  • My Hero, levels 1–8

    The goal at My Hero is to discover real-life heroes using the World Wide Web. This is an ongoing project where students around the world submit their heroes from such diverse fields as the arts and entertainment, sports and science, life saving and peace making, acting, and business.

  • Nobel Prize e-museum, levels 4–8

    The Nobel e-museum is a great place to start for information on all of the Nobel Prize winners. Each winner has a brief biography and the context for them winning the Nobel Prize. Educational games and materials are included.

  • Rulers, levels 1–8

    This site has lists of heads of state and heads of government (as well as de facto leaders not occupying either of those formal positions) of all countries and territories, in most cases going back in time to about 1700.

  • Shackleton's Antarctic odyssey, levels 5–8

    Check in on our team of adventurers as they retrace Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton's historic journey to South Georgia Island in 1914. Follow along as the team ventures into the pack ice, where Shackleton's boat got stuck, and then to the remote, uninhabited Elephant Island, where the team was stranded.

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