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BBC Skillswise enables adults to improve reading, writing and number skills. Level one and entry level three literacy and numeracy resources - worksheets, quizzes and games.
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"BBC Newsnight feature with Jeremy Paxman and Professor David Crystal on the least understood English punctuation mark - the apostrophe. [...]"
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An infopraphic with basic differences between American and British English
Simple, but clarifying for those who have no idea about those differences
Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, and Intermediate English lessons and games - vocabulary, quizzes and worksheets for adult English language learners and kids.
How to encourage listening and speaking skills in the classroom with online resources and 2.0 tools
Some very good video sites for teachers...
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edgalaxy.com has a tag line 'cool stuff for nerdy teachers' this is me all over. Great videos worth spending the time having a look.
The video sites will broaden the scope of choices for educators striving to develop materials for students.
Adrian Underhill's Interactive Phonemic Chart! This excellent teaching tool can be played full-screen and gives clear audio examples of the English phoneme set.
This infographic shows you a crisp picture relevant tips to use numbers and numerals correctly.
Sandie Mourão, a freelance English language teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer based in Portugal, has this blog on picturebooks for English language teaching.
This interactive tapestry was created in 2003, but some years ago it was not to be active anymore... here's a new build. Students can create a story and then they can explain what happens in the tapestry... highly engaging!!
Re-imagining education using Google+. History can be a tough subject to bring to life, especially going back more than 700 years to plague-era Europe. We had...
A brilliant and stunning example on using real time recreations/simulations to enrich projects and cross curricular activities.
... I love the overall effect of this visual -it'd make a great poster for an ICT room :-))
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A list of glossaries put together by Larry Ferlazzo in 2009, including
A (Mostly) Complete Glossary for ESL EFL Teaching From Heads Up English
ESL Glossary From Bogglesworld
ESL Terminology From State University of New York — Courtland
ELT Terminology, Abbreviations & Acronyms From TEFL.net
Understanding Second Language Terminology From Everything ESL
The British Council’s Teaching Knowledge Database
Teaching Foreign Languages Glossary from Annenberg
Most are still live - lots of good lists for training or independent professional development.
"Latest news and comment on Halloween from guardian.co.uk..."
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The editor's pick : snaps sharing, Halloween events, scariest songs, Halloween dog parade in New York...
Rich set of interactive activities helping youg teens and teens to learn new words of different semantic fields
Richard Garcia:Here's a good site for those who care about speaking! Excellent service where people can share their communicative skills as native speakers of a language as they share a good time with someone else who is willing to learn that language through a videochat within the twinvox platform. Find peers and start sharing your skills and learning for free from someone else the language you want to learn. Good initiative, indeed!
Treasure Island animated in 10 short video episodes. Available anytime and anywhere online.
"Merriam-Webster's Visual Dictionary Online is a nice free dictionary for those who like to enrich their vocabulary through images. Very good quality examples and a huge list of words and concepts to explore"
Creation of interactive multiple choice tests with very nice layouts... not only by teachers. Students can also challenge their peers and practice writing skills and information management.