Katrina Maurer, kmaurer@evenlink

WEB SITES FOR GRAPHICS

Favorite Dog.gifs
http://www.geocities.com/amthekim/doggifs.html

GOgraphs.com
http://www2.gograph.com/fusion/EN/interface/Download-01.cfm?cfid=8052367&cftoken=57390677&ID_Image=127989&FileName=eagle01%2Ejpg

Animation Library
http://www.animationlibrary.com/a-l/?n=subcat_images.php3&id=200&start=0&end=20

animfactory.com 
http://mem.tcon.net/dorothy/clipart2.htm

Free graphics for your web site
http://www.allclipartsite.com/object2.shtml

Marchand Graphics
http://www.go-marchand.com/webmaster/resources/animals/animals.htm

Clips Ahoy
http://www.clipsahoy.com/webgraphics/as0038.htm

Icon Bazaar Flags
http://www.iconbazaar.com/flags/hongkong.gif

Skyzer's Clip Art Shop
http://www.clipartists.com/freesamples/

Squaresville Monster Clip Art
http://www.squaresville.com/clipart/monsters/monster.html

 

FIVE ACTIVITIES TO USE WITH STUDENTS INVOLVING GRAPHICS

1.      As an incentive students could take a picture using the digital camera and install it as a screen saver on the classroom computer.

2.   Students could prepare PowerPoint presentations using digital pictures or graphics from the net to teach another student a skill, present a report .

3.   A specified student would retrieve graphics from the web to print on posters, borders, etc. to decorate the classroom/bulletin board.

4. Students would work with teacher to prepare a "Classroom Memories"  PowerPoint presentation/yearbook.

5.  As an incentive, students could obtain graphics from the web to create their own cards, stationary, name plates

6.  Students could write stories using graphics for a rebus wherever necessary to assist with poor reading skills.