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My Class Notes started as a resource site for my teaching at Chisholm College, Bedford in 1997 as Learn2XL, morphing into the current My Class Notes. I left the classroom in 2007 however keep the site going just as a resource vault for a few local teachers I know who access it, subsuming it uner john-w.com. Interestingly the site receives a few thousand hits a year and- gasp - contains a Google first hit out of 35 million for reader positioning page I put up in 2002 or so. Is also at No.3 last time I looked for Yahoo Answers referencing same page.

Material or pages I've copied from websites is generally acknowledged - if I've omitted to do this, most of the time when I notice, I've tried to chase up original material withoput success. If an author or organisation unacknowledged, please contact me on email link below.

Reason I've copied rather than linking to is that some websites remove material after a period, with others renaming and restructuring their sites resulting in broken links - too many 404 excuses being provided for homework not being done.

Please bear in mind that material here was designed for my own classroom use and context, also that the site dated, based on older curriculum.

 

 

 

 

"The body does not want you to do this. As you run, it tells you to stop but the mind must be strong. You always go too far for your body. You must handle the pain with strategy...It is not age; it is not diet. It is the will to succeed."

eight years ago.

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Feel free to access these resources for study purposes or classroom use. However where they have been directly dowloaded for distribution or copied and provided as notes, please acknowledge as a courtesy. John Watson