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15th July 2011 at 01:00


Plain English week kicks off this morning we're looking at accessible language and to start the ball rolling lets talk ambiguous sentences.


What Does Google + Mean for Education http:bit.lypkussx


Think I'll have to ignore Twitter til start of term. Can't get out of educ mode when 90% of tweets are from educators. Be back mid August.


Use `reasonable force' on classroom yobs, teachers told http:ow.ly5B6Wt (Telegraph)


Dog For Sale: Eats anything; especially fond of children (ambiguous sentence example number one). Any other examples to share?

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