- Free dictionaries for your students …..Is it really true?
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Free Dictionaries for your students ….. Is it really true?
Signpost Educational Ltd
Phone: 020 7515 1797
Fax: 020 7515 4420
Well yes, it really is true!
With 384 pages and a clear, easy to read typeface, the “New Choice” dictionary is an excellent choice for your KS 3,4 and GCSE students. It’s the normal paperback size (196 x 128 mm) and costs only £1.99
So where do the free copies come in?
Simple. Just order 100 or more copies and you’ll get 50% extra free of charge.
Order 200 and you’ll get another 100 copies free. There’s no limit to the quantity you can order and you’ll always get an extra 50% free with orders over 100 copies.
What’s more you can get the same deal with the “New Choice” Thesaurus which is also £1.99. In fact you can combine your free copies to include both dictionary
AND thesaurus eg.Order 100 dictionaries and 100 thesauri and you could get 100 Dictionaries or 100 thesauri free…or 80 dictionaries and 20 thesauri free. It’s your choice!
English Education News
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English Education News is a free weekly newsletter written, as the title suggests, for English teachers.
Each week we cover a different story, generally trying to focus on something that may not have been covered elsewhere. Quite often we also highlight free resources, interesting web sites, or pronouncements from the government on a topic related to English.
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The Day chooses three of the most interesting stories in the news each day and provides analysis, background, curriculum links, further research ideas, activities and debates – all on one sheet of A4 or online.
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Boardworks – free resources, lesson plans and teaching tips
Boardworks, Units 5–7 The Gallery, 54 Marston Street, Oxford, OX4 1LF
Phone: 0845 0 300 400
Fax: 0845 0 300 200
Boardworks English blog contains free resources, lesson plans and teaching tips for KS3, KS4 and KS5 English teachers. Follow the weblink to download the resources free of charge or follow us on Twitter @BoardworksLtd