Every Christmas, I find myself watching Love Actually. It’s a family tradition so don’t judge me. The consequence of watching a film so many times is that the dialogue sticks around in your brain.
There’s a scene where Bill Nighy’s character is being interviewed for a kids T.V. show and he decides to address the camera directly, “Hiya kids. Here is an important message from your Uncle Bill. Don’t buy drugs. Become a pop star, and they give you them for free!”
Although I disagree with Bill’s sentiment, this is my attempt to make a similar statement about teaching resources. Don’t buy them off the internet. That’s not what your own private money is for. You should either be getting them for free or you should be developing them as part of your job and in collaboration with your colleagues.
Firstly, resources you can buy on the internet are…
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