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Viagra sale online 2. Viagra sale online Homework: Many teachers have referenced the potential of QR codes in place of students writing up the day’s homework. There is certainly more than one way to achieve this; project the QR code onto the IWB and students could scan it as they leave the classroom at the end of the lesson, viagra sale online place the printed version of the QR Code near the door and on exiting, viagra sale online students can scan the code in a similar fashion – or, viagra sale online one could print off the QR Code and hand these out for students to paste into their homework planners, viagra sale online or exercise books.

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Viagra sale online 5. Viagra sale online Homework Review: I’ve also chosen to place a QR code with an embedded URL into students exercise books. Viagra sale online This links to a mark scheme as a homework review for completed homework. These have been added next to the work in the students’ books. Viagra sale online For this I chose an Avery label template in Microsoft Word and copied the QR code, viagra sale online together with a short reference heading, viagra sale online onto the A4 Avery label page. Viagra sale online (Very quick and easy to do.) I printed these off and pasted them into the students’ books. Viagra sale online Added to this could be a QR Code which links to several good pieces of work for students to reference. Viagra sale online (We’ve been using my ebook lately to show off a few excellent pieces of work.)

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Viagra sale online The following are further ideas for ways in which a QR code can be used in a History classroom:

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Viagra sale online  I think I should end by saying that I’m not too sure what parents might make of all of this. Viagra sale online I’m hoping that the response will be positive and that students won’t tell parents that I’m suggesting that they should get a smart phone for Christmas in order to access their work! As it stands, viagra sale online currently everything which is in a QR code can be accessed either online on the History blog in Word or PDF format, viagra sale online and can be printed out for students’ use. Viagra sale online However, viagra sale online I am aware that a number of our students have iPod touches and it will be interesting to see how they make use of QR codes.

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