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Projects by Students of English

Many schools have put their students' projects online in order to give them experience with publishing their work and to give them the benefit of outside feedback. In addition, other sites exist to give students from all over the ability to create their own online projects. Some of these projects have great ideas for things to do with students, especially in writing practice and cultural activities.

If you've put your students' work online, or have a website discussing projects you've done, use the "Submit a Site" link above to get your site listed here!

9 Links in the category "Projects by Students of English"

Engcyberia
Submitted on 2011-03-25 by Patricia Martínez [Edit] [Delete]
A site devoted to present students productions and to provide them with resources to learn English adapted to their level, with direct links to them.

English Writing Skills for ESL Students
Submitted on 2008-12-18 by Danny Ding [Edit] [Delete]
Original essays written by ESL students, corrected and fully explained. A strong emphasis is placed on learning from the mistakes of other writers so students can avoid making the very same mistakes themselves. A useful source of classroom material.

Ten Best Foods Ten Worst Foods
Submitted on 2006-04-05 by Steve Feld [Edit] [Delete]
This project looks at the best foods to manage weight and cure ailments and identifies the worst foods which have become all too prevalent in our society. Take the quiz to receive your just dessert. The student team at Kennedy High School in the Bronx contacted the student peers of Camelia Gheorghe, a French teacher in a bilingual high school English and French in Craiova, Romania, through email exchanges and brainstormed the idea. These student peers provided the French translation to help us promote ESL/FL Culinary Manners, translation as a mode of accessing nutrition facts for ESL learners and Cross cultural Nutrition.

eslhome.com Student Audio Reviews
Submitted on 2002-06-16 by Arlyn Freed [Edit] [Delete]
Oral reviews by ESL students of authentic listening pieces available on the web. Links to reviewed listening pieces and source web sites included. Reviews recorded December 2001, site created June 2002.

ESL Radio
Submitted on 2001-10-25 by Stephen Lock [Edit] [Delete]
ESL English language radio listening programs made by teachers and students. Quizzes, gap fills, chat rooms and music.

eslhome.com Environmental Listening Resources
Submitted on 2001-04-16 by Arlyn Freed [Edit] [Delete]
eslhome.com Environmental Listening Resources -- Topic: The Environment. Oral reviews by ESL students of authentic listening pieces available on the web. Links to reviewed listening pieces and source web sites included. Created April 2000, updated May 2002.

Kanji Names Project
Submitted on 1997-06-17 by Bill Pellowe. [Edit] [Delete]
. Japanese students explain the meanings of the kanji characters in their names. Explanations are in English. The kanji characters are given in large, caligraphy-style font, in GIF image. Includes links to kanji-related sites in English.

Student Projects Page
Submitted on 1996-09-10 by Webmaster. [Edit] [Delete]
Linda Thalman has a wonderful list of Internet projects by others around the Globe. This is the best place to start to find out what other ESL/EFL professionals are doing with their students

@LBE ELECTRONIC STUDENT WEBSITE & EZINE
Submitted on 1996-09-10 by Dale Pobega. [Edit] [Delete]
. ALBE-E, as it is known for short, is an ezine produced by the adult literacy and ESL students at Duke St Community House in Melbourne, Australia. Students write, edit and produce the publication. We are seeking student responses to our multi-generic publication and would love to collaborate on an international writing project. Interested? Then check out @LBE-E




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