As A Second Language
Activities for ESL/EFL Students
There are over 1,000 activities on the a4esl.org website to help
you study English as a Second Language. This project of The Internet
TESL Journal has contributions by many teachers.
Interesting Things For ESL
A fun study site for students of English as a Second Language. Word
games, puzzles, quizzes, slang, proverbs and much more.
Real English Online
Videos guide beginners, intermediates, and more advanced students
in a functional and grammatical learning experience through London,
New York, San Francisco, Dublin, Atlanta, and dozens of other towns
and cities throughout the English-speaking world, especially in
the USA. Real English offers free online English videos to help
you with your English learning. This ambitious project is excellent
for classes and individuals with fast Internet connections. Requires
RealPlayer and subscription (free) for a password to use the videos.
Bilingual Educational Resources
A wonderfully animated site providing an array of activities and
lessons teaching English and French. This is also a great resource
for teachers and parents.
Hou tu pranownse Inglish
(How to Pronounce English)
An informative site for foreign learners of English, native speakers
who never quite mastered English spelling, spelling reformers who
care to understand the system they want to replace and linguists
interested in how an inadequate alphabet is manhandled to fit an
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening
A well-developed learning site providing audio and video presentations,
followed up with a quiz to test comprehension.
Online Writing Lab (OWL)
This writing lab, which has been available through the internet
since 1993, includes handouts and materials, workshops and presentations
(including PowerPoint), and internet resources. Everything you might
need to write successfully.
NCLE - National Center for ESL
The national center for adult ESL.
The Premier Online Search Site for ESL Schools and English as a
Second Language Programs.
Internet TESL Journal (for ESL/EFL
Articles, Research Papers, Lessons Plans, Classroom Handouts, Teaching
Ideas & Links (A monthly web journal)
Wisconsin English as a Second Language
Located in the heart of Madison, this school currently enrolls about
200 students from 40 different countries. It offers individualized
instruction with small class sizes. Students have access to over
a dozen libraries on the University of Wisconsin campus.
Global Language Institute
Build up your English skills by participating in the English language
services provided by GLI for non-English speaking students. There
are programs in Minnesota, New York, Massachusetts and Florida -
some being conducted at universities for older students, while others
are in a camp setting for the youth.
ELD - English
Over one hundred links to help improve your English skills - fun
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More interesting sites you might want to try.
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