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Miscellaneous Sites for ESL,EFL,ESOL (Teachers' Pages)

10 Links in the category "Miscellaneous Sites for ESL,EFL,ESOL (Teachers' Pages)"

bluedogblog
Submitted on 2006-07-07 by Rebecca Novelli [Edit] [Delete]
TESL site for families hosting students and volunteers working with immigrants and refugees. Overview of difficulties faced by learners of English as well as lesson plans and teaching tips.

100 new poems for everyone
Submitted on 2006-04-25 by Josie Whitehead [Edit] [Delete]
There are over 100 new fun poems all written by Yorkshire writer, Josie Whitehead. There are many story poems for children, (which adults love too), and poems in many different categories. For teachers of English to students where English is their second language, a five minute poem, with a bit of fun or enjoyment, is just the thing for brightening up perhaps a lesson which is perhaps necessary but a bit boring, or a lesson of hard study.

linguistic forum
Submitted on 2005-09-19 by greatlion [Edit] [Delete]
Here is a small forum about linguistics and my teaching. Anyone interested in linguistics or english is welcome.

Who Moved My Rice?
Submitted on 2005-09-03 by Michael LaRocca [Edit] [Delete]
I'm American, my wife is Australian, and our cat is from Hong Kong. Two of us teach English in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.

The English Language Learner
Submitted on 2003-07-02 by Don E. Freiley [Edit] [Delete]
Teacher's Travels with effective teaching & learning strategies...from the good ''ol US of A!

Costas Gabrielatos
Submitted on 2002-04-05 by Costas Gabrielatos [Edit] [Delete]
A website with articles and materials for English language teaching (ELT), applied linguistics and language teacher education. Links to relevant websites, organisations and discussion groups.

Happiness is what I need
Submitted on 2002-01-08 by yecid ortega [Edit] [Delete]
A few words of happiness, once in a while I love writing about the things that make me happy.

I work to become, not to aquire
Submitted on 2001-03-25 by Prof. Kirikov [Edit] [Delete]
My site is a tour to my world of understanding ESL and potentials I could employ teaching anywhere in the world.

Peter Ruthven-Stuart's Web Site
Submitted on 2000-11-01 by Peter Ruthven-Stuart [Edit] [Delete]
This web site contains information for both my students and English teachers in general. For students there are numerous Java Script quizzes. For teachers there is information about constructing online quizzes, as well as information about concordancing tools.

Jo's Pages
Submitted on 2000-08-21 by Jo Dixon-Trifonov [Edit] [Delete]
UK-based site (in desperate need of a proper title!) for teachers and learners of ESOL and Basic Skills. Aims in particular to help those with low literacy and language levels and little experience of computers to access useful resources on the Internet.




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