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‘Altered due to…’ – moving forward

Not long back I wrote a post about how writer’s may feel when facing a heavily edited document. Since then I have spoken to writer, whose work I was working on, and they admitted that at first they were taken … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Notes classics

As Levels 1-3 have been written, I’m back on the Teacher’s Notes: writing, development editing and editing. The joy! To help keep me sane I’ve complied a list of classic ‘head hitters’. Before I divulge the hit list, I have … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Notes – an insight to teaching practice

I seem to have spent the last 2 weeks with my head in the Teacher’s Notes (for the first levels due to be published in a few weeks) and while frustrating, it has also been interesting. It has given me … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Notes – first impressions

I began reading over the Teacher’s Notes last week, checking for pedagogical appropriacy. I was quite surprised to see constant references to drilling. I’ve never been a fan of drilling, especially not the classic style where the same sentences, phrases … Continue reading

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