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Halcyon

Hmmmmm..access codes for Vocabulary Workshop's online component on Sadlier-oxford.com

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Does anyone know how I can get the access code. The site indicates the code is on the inside of the workbook, but it's not. We are using VW Orange. Thanks.

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Look on the back of the title page, toward the bottom, just above the copyright date. Ours has a "student access code". We haven't used it yet - let us know whether the on-line option is worthwhile.

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Look on the back of the title page, toward the bottom, just above the copyright date. Ours has a "student access code". We haven't used it yet - let us know whether the on-line option is worthwhile.

 

 

I can't find it too. I'm using the Blue edition.

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I can't find it too. I'm using the Blue edition.

 

For both our Blue and our Orange, the code is directly above the copyright date on the copyright page (back of the title page).

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I don't have a teacher's edition either, only student books. It's really weird that yours doesn't have the code. I bought the Orange last winter when the new edition came out, and I ordered the Blue a few months later.

 

Below the photo credits and right above the copyright date, there's a sentence that reads, "For additional online resources, go to vocabularyworkshop.com and enter the Student Access Code...."

 

Maybe the codes only came with the 2011 edition? What edition do you have?

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Maybe the codes only came with the 2011 edition? What edition do you have?

 

Oh, that's the problem. I've got the 2006 edition. The front of the book does state that there are interactive online activities, and that they can be accessed at the sadlier-oxford website. But there is no access code there.

 

Oh well. I only paid $1.49 for this workbook in new condition, so I really can't complain.

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Look on the back of the title page, toward the bottom, just above the copyright date. Ours has a "student access code". We haven't used it yet - let us know whether the on-line option is worthwhile.

 

 

Not there. :confused:

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I don't have a teacher's edition either, only student books. It's really weird that yours doesn't have the code. I bought the Orange last winter when the new edition came out, and I ordered the Blue a few months later.

 

Below the photo credits and right above the copyright date, there's a sentence that reads, "For additional online resources, go to vocabularyworkshop.com and enter the Student Access Code...."

 

Maybe the codes only came with the 2011 edition? What edition do you have?

 

 

Grr. I have the 2006 edition too. Darn.

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