"I Speak BASIC to my Apple II" -- TEACHER manual, 2nd edition

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"I Speak BASIC to my Apple II" -- TEACHER manual, 2nd edition

I'm looking for a copy of the teacher's edition to I Speak BASIC to my Apple II -- but not the red book that's commonly available. 

Hayden Books did a 2nd edition whose cover is blue. I have the student manual, but I'm looking for the corresponding teacher's manual. Any place that claims they have it really seems to have the red first edition of the book and not the blue 2nd edition. 

Does anyone have a copy of this that they could scan or are willing to part with?

Here's a couple of pictures from an eBay listing that never panned out for me (the seller never sent the book and never responded, so I was ultimately refunded).

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I can only find it on Internet Archive.

The only copy I found can only be checked out and viewed online for one hour at a time at Internet Archive. All other sources I tried have nothing. Not much help, I know. But at least I tried.

 

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The only copy I found can

The only copy I found can only be checked out and viewed online for one hour at a time at Internet Archive. All other sources I tried have nothing. Not much help, I know. But at least I tried.

And that one's the student book. It's like nobody ever bought the teacher's manual, despite hundreds of copies of the older edition being out there.

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mabalmer wrote: And that one
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And that one's the student book. It's like nobody ever bought the teacher's manual, despite hundreds of copies of the older edition being out there.

Teachers bought the teacher book.

And when teachers are done teaching something they move on, get new course material and dispose of the obsolete stuff.

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baldrick wrote:mabalmer wrote
baldrick wrote:

Teachers bought the teacher book.

And when teachers are done teaching something they move on, get new course material and dispose of the obso

I'm grateful that the teacher who owned my IIgs originally kept a lot of her stuff. I have a bunch of worksheets and teacher material from Oregon Trail etc. But she was the exception, most of my Apple / Mac collection started as educators computers but only that one really kept all the materials with the machine. 

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