Five essential sites for English Teachers;Essential guide to the Internet

28th May 1999 at 01:00
ACHUKA www.achuka.co.uk Topical online magazine about children's books, rich in news, reviews and author interviews

Channel 4 Interactive Learning schools.channel4.comonline_resourcesindex.html 'Net Notes' for the English Programme: bringing TV and the Internet together in the service of literature

National Year of Reading www.yearofreading.org.uk Information-packed website covering the year-long initiative which aims to change the nation's reading habits.

Literacy Time vtc.ngfl.gov.ukresourceliteracyindex.html Remember to follow the termly updates of the National Grid for Learning's cheerful literacy area

Shakespeare's Globe www.rdg.ac.uk.globe Click here to find out how the Internet really can bring something new to the study of literature

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