Monday, November 29, 2004

General: Informational: New Sites

If you have time during the holiday break to add to the list of sites available, please add them to the blog. Also, if you have checked out the sites I previously listed, please give your review of the site. This is the season for sharing!

Thursday, November 18, 2004

ESL: Compilation ESL Sites...A Whole Lotta Teaching Going On

These sites have links to a large number of other ESL sites: a site for finding resources to learn English on the Web Dave's ESL Cafe has been around a long time, and keeps getting better. Good materials for instructors and students. ESL Teacher's ESL website listing, including ESL job listings This is another compilation site that includes links to sites with online dictionaries, idioms and slang links, and sites for things like clipart and ESL through music.

Service: Website: Tech Soup for Non-Profits

For non-profits looking to expand their tech stock, check out this site:

There is also a forum on various subjects that could be of interest to some of you. And they have really great soup recipes too!

Monday, November 15, 2004

ESL/ABE: American History: Holy Turkey!

Here's a site for ESL that teaches a lot about America, especially for ESL learners.

Gobble it up!

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

ESL: Compendium: ESL sites

You can try some of these sites with ESL students. : Over 1000 quizzes, exercises and puzzles : English exercises : ESL activities for adults : Science activities : Learn English, including slang/ meet other ESL students : The cool way to learn English - for students and instructors : Literacy for ESL students : American culture lessons and lesson plans

This are just a few of the hundreds of sites out there. Note that sites may disappear quickly, since they depend on a 'host' to keep them viable. Please comment on the value of the site if you visit it. By the way, these are 'hot' links, which will allow you to access them simply by clicking on the address.

Thank you!

I enjoyed sharing the future of ESL technology with your class. I hope that you will use this blog to get acquainted with the concept, as well as share your ideas, questions and great website finds with the rest of the group. Let me know if there is anything I can do to facilitate the process. As soon as I get the list of email addresses, I will send out invitations to join this blog. Until that time, you can still post using the 'comments' button at the bottom of this post.