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Learn English Through Movies. This looks like a nice site by the Greek language school ClubEFL: they have movie trailers with fill-in-the-blank activities based on the transcripts, links to subtitling sites and movie sites for learners, as well as fan sites. Nice for self-study, homework or class activities with young adults and adult learners.
Public domain traditional tales in simple language read at a natural pace by native speakers, plus traditional comprehension/reading activities (drag and drop, hangman, quizzes). These would need some reworking for use with primary EFL learners in school contexts, but provide a valuable resource for teachers.
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