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The Reading Center at Education Place provides Reading,
Spelling, and Language Arts resources for K-8 teachers, students, and parents.
Special features include textbook support, Author Spotlight, Wacky Web Tales,
Staff Development, and Bilingual Resources.
This site is based out of Hong Kong. However, there is a
rich variety of exceptional classroom support materials, activities, projects,
strategies, that can be culled from al areas of EFL instruction (Grammar,
Vocabulary, Listening, Writing, Speaking, etc.) Ideally this site would be a
resouce for teachers looking for some interesting ideas to support existing
At ESL Japan.com we have hundreds of pages of original
content. Japanese students discuss their daily lives, their feelings about the
US and Japan, the Atomic bomb, economics, and many other topics. You'll see a
slice of the 'real Japan.'
ESL teachers talk about where the jobs are, teaching methods, employers to avoid, teachers unions and much more..
Hundreds of people have signed on to our popular Pen Pals page.
From ESL Japan.com you can use our 1100+ Japanese ESL links which take you to yet more sites about ESL and Japan.
We've added many new Discussion Forums
Looking for a book, CD-ROM, video or cassette that can help
you learn English? Search our database of English learning products. You can
even read reviews from englishtown.com members.
Most of the products listed can be bought securely online. I tried the search engine, but it failed twice. Perhaps others will have better luck!
Some useful links to materials and ideas about teaching
english as a 2nd (or other) language.
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on improving writing skills.
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on improving reading skills.
Teaching via the Internet
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on employing the Internet as a language learning tool.
Teaching using Multimedia Tools
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on employing CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning) and Multimedia in the ESL classroom.
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on improving listening skills.
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on improving speaking and conversation skills.
Articles discussing various teaching theories and their application to the ESL classroom.
Use of Suggestopedia, NLP and DHE in Teaching
Articles discussing teaching techniques which focus on employing suggestopedia, NLP and DHE in a language learning context
This site is dedicated to the most common errors found
among speakers of Spanish who are learning English. It is not meant to be a
complete grammar but mainly aimed at helping Spanish speaking students to avoid
making these common mistakes. The site may also help English teachers who are
planning to work in Latin America. The following points will be discussed:
-Adjectives vs adverbs
-Omission of Subject
-Other/ Another/ Others
-Phrasal Verbs/ Prepositions
-Frequently Misspelled Words
-List of Irregular Verbs
its-online is a free Internet service for teachers and
students of English as a Second Language around the world. You can use
its-online on its own or in conjunction with our printed magazine, iT's
Magazine. its-online is designed to provide teachers and students of English
with a comprehensive on-line service that includes the following features:
A weekly e-zine with material for self-study and classroom use.
An archive with a collection of teaching and self-study material.
Teaching notes explaining how all the material can be used by teachers in classroom situations.
Penpal and Talk sections where students can find pen-friends and express opinions on topical issues.
Links to Net sites around the world related to features in the current issue of our printed magazine, iT's Magazine, as well as our other publications.
TESOL-Spain is an independent, philanthropic and non-profit
association of English-language teachers. It is the only nation-wide
organization of teachers in Spain to represent every single sector in English
teaching. It provides a forum where, for example, university professors, primary
school teachers, private language school teachers and teachers from the Escuela
Oficial de Idiomas, etc. can meet.
The people who work within TESOL-Spain do so on a strictly volunteer basis without receiving any payment for their efforts, their reward being the knowledge of having helped to improve the teaching of languages in Spain.
TESOL-Spain organizes lectures, regional congresses and an annual national convention featuring over a hundred papers, workshops and presentations by speakers from Spain and other countries as well as plays and other social events. It also issues a publication called TESOL-Spain Newsletter four times a year
The Internet provides the most efficient way for EFL/ESL
teachers to connect with each other. It is often impossible to find someone near
one's work who shares an interest in particular aspects of the job. English
Teachers in Spain can now take advantage of the connections that others in the
country are building in the spirit of dialogue, sharing, growing, and support.
This page is one example of that building relationships that needs to be
encouraged and supported if EFL/ESL teachers are to feel part of the world-wide
community of English language teaching.
This notebook is my attempt to share with others what I'm
doing in my classes. I envision it being primarily of use to me, but also to
other teachers at our school, my students, and to outside teachers, students and
administrators. Before going on, it might be helpful to see my beliefs about
language and language learning...After School exercises Songs and Stories
art games testing
Book Reviews Lesson Plans Word Lists
The book reviews in this website were written by adult
English as a second language learners at the University of Kansas. The students
chose to write about books they enjoyed reading and think other adult ESL
students will also enjoy. Many of these books are under 100 pages and can be
read in less than two or three hours! Book Categories:
History -- Read both true and untrue stories based on historical facts.
Biography -- Read about famous people and what motivated them.
Fiction -- Enjoy the world of adventure, mystery, relationships and romance.
Science -- Increase your knowledge in many areas of science.
Social science -- Learn about societies and cultures.
Self-help -- Get ideas for how to improve your life.
Are you thinking about studying abroad in an
English-speaking country? Ask other students and teachers about learning English
in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.
Post your questions about studying English abroad on the ESL PROGRAM HELP LINE. Schools are welcome to promote their ESL programs and scholarships on this message board.
Use GLOBALSTUDY CHAT to talk with students and educators about studying English as a second language around the world. Schools are welcome to set up private chatrooms to advise prospective ESL students around the world.
Resources for primary teachers. Includes the possibility to
use their online server to conduct classes online, and in particular, use the
chat facilities for an entire class
Laurie's Education and Resource Network offers a unique
approach to the teaching of English as a Second/Foreign Language (ESL/EFL) with
its Thematic Unit Projects. Since the Thematic Unit Projects are unbound and
large portions of them are reproducible, they make an ideal resource for
teachers. They also easily lend themselves to any style of teaching/learning.
Thematic Unit Projects are also an ideal resource for teachers as they are specifically designed to be adaptable for various levels of language proficiency. Thus, one Thematic Unit Project may meet the needs of a variety of classes, from beginners to advanced students.
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