Here is the review on FB: This site is a bit jumbled format-wise, but it offers scores of free worksheets with ready-made lyric gapfills. There’s a long list of artists, and each lyric sheet has tips on how to use the song in class. I’m keen to try, “Do You Want to Know a Secret?” for reported speech or maybe even “Whenever, Wherever” to practice gerunds and infinitives.
Musical English Lessons International grants teachers & students permission to copy and use (but not sell) any of the ideas & information on the website. (so it is not exactly CC....but very similar!).
Rossana_https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elllo/154569237896759: An English language listening website for esl/efl students and teachers. The site provides hundreds of interactive listening activities. Students can listen to interviews, watch flash audio slide shows, take quizes and download free MP3 files of the activities. CC licence.
Grammar Meets Conversation: Wh-questions (1) - Getting To Know You Grammar-based ´Getting to know you´ worksheet aimed at practising the use of correct wh-question words, speaking, listening, asking for clarification, asking to repeat, note-taking...
It's a community of language teachers from around the globe who share their home-made worksheets . You can download and save any ready-made, printable worksheets in doc format. Free registration and download. Just make sure there are no mistakes in the worksheets, as sometimes this happens!
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'Oxford University provides open content under a Creative Common license free for reuse, remixing and redistribution in education worldwide. A number of open content projects under the OpenSpires umbrella http://openspires.oucs.ox.ac.uk/
have made thousands of high-quality materials available for the benefit of international education.'
this educational language exchange site helps learners and teachers to find language partners to improve foreign language fluency. Users practice a foreign language for free via Skype with a native speaker.
Francesca_https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wikibooks/7622207049: A collection of open-content textbooks that anyone can edit by clicking on the "edit this page" tab that appears at the top of each page. All contributions remain under the ownership of the author. The Creative Commons attribution-share alike license ensures that the content (and its derivative works) will always remain freely distributable and reproducible.
A very active English speaking community started by a group of native speaking English teachers. It’s free and open. It offers multimedia resources, tips, updates and support. There’s a complete list of articles, free mini-courses and good ESL conversation podcasts.
Most of the resources on this site are licensed under a Creative Commons License (BY,NC,ND) and are accessible for free, especially the listening activities, which are varied and interesting. Teaching packs, on the other hand, are for sale only.
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