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Lewis Lansford discusses the four key elements of success for teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP). Lewis has written a wide range of ESP teaching materials, including Engineering 1 and Oil...
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What’s immediately obvious about Flikkt’s methodology is that it isn’t marketing an easy, gimmick-laden solution for learning a language.
Home page of English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary. Contents of Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary at Cambridge Dictionaries Online, published by Cambridge University Press
Information on English classes for engineers and materials to help tackle assessed tasks.
Different learners require different learning methods, so we shouldn’t always favour a ‘communicative’ approach over an ‘academic’ one, argues Rupert Lezemore.
British and Australian scientists compile a list of tips to help policy makers better understand the 'imperfect nature of science'
English Communication for Scientists is a brief guide on how to communicate more effectively in English, no matter how much previous experience you have.
Developed by two Cambridge PhD students, 1Checker is a proofreading platform that seeks to be a better alternative to Microsoft Word's spellchecker and..
Department of English, UCL, Survey of English Usage
This is a multidisciplinary guide on evaluating research sources, especially resources found on the World Wide Web.
Alexandra Lowe shares an online resource for advanced and higher ed ELLs that can spark discussion and lively debate, and can lay the groundwork for essays.
Collaborative writing tool.
Learning English with CBC provides stories, newscasts and lessons for English learners.
the cloudy librarian - musings on library technologies
I didn't mean to watch this entire thing, but dammit if I didn't sit through all ten minutes (alright, technically 11 minutes and 20 seconds) of this fantastically witty, animated history of the English language.
This exercise is useful for either difficult texts that you must read, or as a way to revise your work for organization and clarity.
The famed psychologist explains why one is not the other though they are often confused.
Bjorn Candel is an EFL teacher in the UAE. In this post, he looks at how the Oxford 3,000™ – a list of the 3,000 most important words in English – can be used with EFL students. Frequency-based voc...
Elena Shvidko provides three great online resources for helping teach ELLs about academic writing on the sentence, paragraph, and essay levels.