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Volume 3 Number 11

A new museum dedicated to exploring the role of visual art in children's literature from around the world will open in Amherst, Massachusetts in November 2002...
SMORK's Awesome Internet Sites for Kids from: Deanna Phillips
The World’s Largest Lesson - 12 November 2002! from: Charis Kumpula
Cornell News - Removing stains from: Susan S. Lang
Parent resource for the DOE from: Dean Kephart
Nestlé Very Best In Youth - All About RIF - Reading is Fundamental from: Reading is Fundamental
2003 Fulbright Memorial Fund Teacher Program - Three Week Study Visit to Japan from: Jaime McQueen
U.S. History 101: Preserve and Protect from: Hallie Reed
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (Ptsd): A Guide for Educators from: Gina Hoagland
Volunteer at a Library in Africa or Central America from: The World Library Partnership
November Columns
November Articles
November Regular Features
Gazette Home Delivery:

In Focus...
The World's Largest Lesson - 12 November 2002!
Have you always wanted to break a World Record? Now you can!

1 November 2002, Auckland, New Zealand, English-To-Go Ltd.

English-To-Go, the principal website for e-learning materials, will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest simultaneous lesson! Students and teachers from around the globe will be invited to join in a lesson about the danger of landmines!. It will be the largest attempt ever made anywhere in the world!

Last year, English-To-Go attempted a similar exercise and managed to conduct a lesson with 2006 teachers to 79,739 students in 114 countries! This year we want it to be bigger and better and hope to pass on an anti-landmine message to as many young people as possible.

Would you like to join in the fun?

If you would like to get your school involved and be presented with a certificate saying you were part of the world record attempt then please go to for more details. You can download the free lesson and instructions from the site. The lesson is to be held on 12 November 2002.

English-To-Go support anti-landmine campaigns through teaching students about the dangers of landmines and raise global awareness.

Our aim is to support teachers and help students to become informed and empowered to communicate and contribute in the changing world.

About English–To-Go

English-To-Go Ltd. is the leading provider of e-learning professional resources for teachers and students. Founded in 1998 by professional teachers, English-To-Go Ltd. offers high quality English language materials for all ranges of ability with over 500 Instant Lessons™ and another 200 additional grammar, vocabulary and warm up resources. With a growing number of customers from over 170 countries, it boasts international sales offices in China, New Zealand, the USA and the UK. There are currently over 23,000 teachers who regularly use English-To-Go as part of their English language teaching, reaching approximately 460,000 students worldwide!

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