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Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Monday, January 12, 2015
My name is Mayuka. I’m from Japan.My family has father, mother, Yuto and me.
My house has kids playing rooms, two bathrooms,
bed room, kitchen, dining room and a living room.
On vacation I played Jenga, Trumps, and UNO. I went shopping.
I like sewing, drawing, craft, and cooking.I don’t like P.E. or persimmons.
My favorite foods are fried rice, hamburger, grapes,
strawberries, cake and chocolate.
Posted by 4S at 10:13 AM
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Thanks to Mr. Kaiser we can search .edu and reading level in Advanced Search via the "Gear"
Once you have your initial results (usually there are heaps), we need to head over to the Advanced Search, and get to the ones we really want.
Once you have the Advanced Search open, try the following options to refine your search by Language (English), Site (.edu), and Reading Level
Now that your options have been selected, click the blue "Advanced Search" button, and notice the immediate difference in results.
Best of all, the newly refined list of hits is sortable based on the level of reading difficulty.
- Conduct a traditional Google search for the desired topic
- use keywords only
- DO NOT use "And" - Google sees this as another word to search for
- Connect ideas with the +. For example Water + Ice
Want to learn more about Google Searches? Take a look at these two fantastic resource:
by Bob Flisser
tutorials/how-to-find- anything-online-with-advanced- search-techniques--cms-21154
How to solve impossible problems: Daniel Russell’s awesome Google search techniques
by John Tedesco - featuring Daniel Russell, Google Research Scientist