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100 Word Challenge

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by jfb57, Mar 3, 2011.

  1. Class blogs could join the 100 Word Challenge! Pupils have a prompt then an additional 100 words to complete a creative piece. If you don't have a class blogs, pieces can be linked directly. This new weekly challenge will have the occasional prize as well!
    http://bit.ly/hz2zgm
     
  2. Class blogs could join the 100 Word Challenge! Pupils have a prompt then an additional 100 words to complete a creative piece. If you don't have a class blogs, pieces can be linked directly. This new weekly challenge will have the occasional prize as well!
    http://bit.ly/hz2zgm
     
  3. Is this spam. It's written poorly like spam is.
     
  4. colwynexile

    colwynexile Occasional commenter

    Probably English Dept led as there is a 100 Word challenge to encourage and boost literacy. Sounds like OP is trying to get some x-curricular kudos by linking ICT to Eng. However, do all the basic checks before signing up just in case!
     
  5. No, it isn't.
    It is written in a form suitable for the intended audience - which appears to be primary-aged children - so this maybe wasn't the best place to post.
    Spam tends to be ungrammatical, and/or badly spelt, and/or read like a bad translation, and/or contain heavily mis-used punctuation, and/or ... ad infinitum.
     

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