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October 24, 2003

World's Largest Lesson

English-To-Go, a Web site that offer resources for teachers, will attempt to break its own world record next month. On November 6, they are holding their annual World's Largest Lesson, working together with Adopt-A-Minefield to help to raise awareness and funds for people who have been affected by landmines, and with the support of patrons Paul McCartney and Heather Mills McCartney. The former Beatle and his wife said, "As Patrons and Goodwill ambassadors of Adopt-A-Minefield we are delighted to support the World's Largest Lesson 2003. Through the World's Largest Lesson thousands of students around the world will become aware of this most important issue and help raise funds to solve the problem."

The lesson is available at five language levels to cater for students with varying abilities and skill levels, and is available in both HTML and Adobe Acrobat formats. It is appropriate for learners of the English language and students whose first language is English. This is a charitable event and it is free so anyone can join in. Hundreds of thousands of teachers and students in 114 countries have participated in this worthwhile event in the last two years.
World's Largest Lesson 2003

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