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The Eclub Efriends list

This page will help students find students, students find teachers, teachers find teachers... To connect with and begin an e-mail connection that may last a lifetime!

http://www.englishclub.net/email/index.htm

English Town Email/Epal list

Connect with other teachers and classes from around the world. When you post a listing in this section, your entire class can become pen pals with a class from a different country. You can also post a project they've been working on, or seek information and ideas for new projects. Here you can add your class to the list! Other teachers will see your information and contact you.

http://englishtown.ef.com/en/resources/classlist/

How to write an Email message

This web discusses the differences between email and conventional letter writing. It is an excellent introduction to the sociocultural and coded differences between email and other kinds of letter writing. As email is fast surpassing "snail" mail as the major form of writing personal letters between peoples, it is important that students start by learning about the characteristics of email.

http://enterprise.powerup.com.au/htmlxp/pu/emailhow.htm

Dave's Email Exchange

There are generally two email exchange programs to consider. A class project in which you work in tandem with another class interested in email exchange, possibly English-Spanish, and the other is to just let the students search out an email pal for themselves. This site will do the latter task well enough.

http://www.pacificnet.net/~sperling/student.html

Pallies

This web offers yet another opportunity to find an email pal for interchange. However, it also provided information for snail mail friends as well...

http://members.tripod.com/~pallies/

 

 

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