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27 Nov 2008 02:11:21

Free educational downloads for teachers about all aspects of recycling



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27 Nov 2008

Here at British Recycled Products we are keen to help teachers and other community leaders in their quest to teach children about recycling.

To make this a little easier, from November 2008 onwards, we are making available for free unlimited download a series of our own Power Point presentations, about the various forms of, and applications for, recycled materials.

The idea behind this was to allow any person, at the drop of a hat, the ability to deliver an informative lesson about an aspect of recycling that will engage a younger audience.

Each presentation is designed to enable a teacher to fill a lesson of approximately 40 minutes, although that could be extended or shortened, depending on the individual's style of delivery.

These presentations can be freely used, requiring neither registration nor payment, but may not be altered in any way.

We are also pleased to say that other organisations are also allowing some of their material to be downloaded here too.





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