There are just so many great teaching resources on the web these days, but being able to show your class something of use can be tricky due to the sidebar adverts and other distractions that makes sharing webpages via the projector quite awkward.
Just Read is a great little Google Chrome extension that removes all the distractions of a webpage, and presents the text in an aesthetically acceptable way, also allowing you to edit the background colour, width, and text size being displayed.
You can see the difference between the original article taken from the BBC, and compare it to how it looks when the Just Read extension is activated through the comparison below.
The Just Read extension for Chrome is free, and you can add it to your web browser by visiting the Google Chrome store by clicking this link.
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