Sites for Teachers

Azar Grammar, Powerpoints, Songs

Blog: eslwriting.org

Blog: English with Jennifer

Blog: Happy English

Breaking News English Mini-Lessons

Daily ESL: Conversation Starters

ELLLO

EL Civics

ESL Discussions: Over 656 topics w/20 topics

ESL Fast (conversation, reading, writing)

ESL Gold

ESL PDF (vocabulary, grammar, holidays)

ESL Financial Literacy

English Grammar Secrets (interactive)

English for Everyone

Heads Up English

ISLCOLLECTIVE (free registration required)

Learn English Feel Good

Listen A Minute

Minnesota Literacy Council

Movie Segments to Assess Grammar

North Carolina Curriculum Guide for ESL (themed lessons)

Reading Skills for Today's Adult

Stickyball ESL Resources









































4 comments:

nancy john said...

It is really an ideal thing that our children will have to learn all the basics of English language. It's because, this is the most number one thing that we will have to use for further communication.

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Maude Ginyard said...

These sites are really useful for teachers. I have a friend who has been teaching for several years and she recommends Happy English and Reading Skills for today's adults. - Maude, paper writing service writer

sara said...

English is spoken throughout the world because it is soooo easy to learn! How many verb tenses are there?

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nancy john said...

English is the hardest language to be fluent in, in the world. However, it is not the hardest language to learn on the basic level.

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