Websites for You!

The following websites are designed to offer educator support as you plan lessons for the varied levels of your learners.

https://esltrainingvideos.blogspot.comVideos on Warm-up strategies, teaching pronunciation, phonics, multi-level class management, interactive vocabulary, the writing process, introducing new lessons, student organization skills.

https://www.cambridge.org/ventures/resourcesLook for “Literacy writing worksheets” on the left under “resources” for non-literate students.

https://www.eslflashcards.comAlphabet and picture flashcards on all topics. Can print in all sizes.

https://www.speech-language-therapy.comGreat for working with minimal and near minimal pairs.

https://quizlet.comCreate online flashcard sets with pictures and sounds. Students can practice flashcards in a variety of online games. Create your own set or search for sets created by other teachers. Must create a free account (Premium membership allows uploading own images, +).

https://sites.google.com/site/webforbegCompilation of many online resources for beginners to practice the four skills, vocabulary, and computer literacy.

https://sites.google.com/site/eslwebsites2Compilation of many online resources for intermediate and advanced students to practice the four skills, vocabulary, and computer literacy.

https://www.starfall.comBeginner site for ABCs, phonics and beginning reading.

https://www.learningchocolate.comVocabulary site with audio, visuals, reading, and writing practice.

https://englishflashgames.blogspot.comVocabulary and grammar exercises.

https://www.usalearns.orgComprehensive ESL course (beginning through intermediate). Free registration is required.

https://www.languageguide.org/english/­Picture dictionary with identification practice.

https://www.youtube.com/user/PronunciationDoctorEnglish Accent Modification videos with Marsha Chan.

https://breakingnewsenglish.comCurrent news articles written for various levels. Vocabulary, reading, writing, listening, and grammar exercises for each article/level.

https://www.esl-lab.comListening comprehension exercises for various levels.

https://www.englishclub.comWebsite provides extensive resources for ESL teachers as well as many kinds of lessons for learners.

https://proliteracyeducationnetwork.comVariety of resources for ESL tutors including online courses for instruction that you can watch, but you must first create a free online account.

https://grammarbook.comUseful website is very helpful for explaining grammar and punctuation, with examples you can use for teaching.

https://www.phrasemix.comEasy, quick, and helpful website for learners who want to speak more natural English.  It provides new useful real-world English phrases or expression every day.  You can teach a few of these to your students each week.

https://www.elcivics.comVariety of government and history lessons for ESL students–easy ways to learn about American history, geography, and culture.

https://www.eslcafe.comA meeting place for ESL and EFL teachers and students from around the world.

https://bogglesworldesl.comPrintable teaching resources such as worksheets and flashcards for language arts, TESOL,TEFL, ESL.

https://www.esl-galaxy.com/Offers over 2368 free printable worksheets for ESL lesson plans and ESL activities.

http://www.tesol.net/teslact.htmlWide range of activities for ESL students, such as international e-mail discussion lists and online tests.

https://www.readworks.orgReading passage for all levels of proficiency and a multitude of topics.

https://www.education.comCreate learning games, puzzles, word searches, etc. to reinforce reading, phonetic, writing, and math skills.

https://www.elizabethclaire.comEasy English News is a monthly newspaper that is designed for ESL readers, focusing on vocabulary, culture, customs, civics, history, humor, idioms, and current news that matters to them.