|Subcategory:||Schools & Teaching|
|Publisher:||Advisory Centre for Education (ACE) Ltd; 4th edition (March 1991)|
|Category:||Teaching and Education|
|Other formats:||lrf lrf lit mbr|
Personal Name: Wallis, Elizabeth.
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April 26, 2011 History. A-Z of sources on all major educational topics. 2nd e. compiled by Elizabeth Wallis for the Advisory Centre for Education
April 26, 2011 History. Where to look things up Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. compiled by Elizabeth Wallis for the Advisory Centre for Education. Published 1980 by Advisory Centre for Education in London.
Education A-Z. where to look things up : A-Z of sources on all major educational topics. Previous e. published as Where to look things up. 1983. 4th ed. by Elizabeth Wallis. Published 1986 by Advisory Centre for Education in London. Bibliography, Education, Information services.
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Home education is becoming more and more popular. However, some people say it has a number of disadvantages. Self-education has a lot of advantages. Most parents send their sons and daughters to school, but some of them choose home education for their children for some reason or other. Instead of going to school children are educated by their parents or professional tutors. Thousands of families in the UK are now practising home-education. Firstly, self-taught people are not dependent on others for knowledge.
Discussions A-Z Advanced is a photocopiable resource book of speaking activities designed to encourage lively, natural discussion among advanced level students
Discussions A-Z Advanced is a photocopiable resource book of speaking activities designed to encourage lively, natural discussion among advanced level students. Providing a refreshing perspective on many common themes the material consists of 26 topic-based units, each filled with a variety of stimulating activities. The units contain authentic reading and listening texts intended to be used as stimulus for discussion. The accompanying cassette provides a wide range of native speaker accents
Online education and traditional education are both awesome ways to receive an education, but . Traditional education is perfect for the hands on learners, the ones that need things to be in front of their face to learn things completely.
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