Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The Internet – A Vast Resource for New Teachers

You can find virtually anything on the Internet, right? Well, teaching English is no exception. There are many ESL websites out there…hundreds…and lesson plans, quizzes, exercises, articles, stories, downloadable books and interactive sessions for all levels. 

There are sites like Randall’s Listening Lab where you will find short stories to listen to. These come in three categories – Easy, Medium and Hard. In other words, Beginner, intermediate and advanced comprehension levels. Many of them have corresponding exercises.

Websites like Bogglesworldesl.com are full on phonics, drawings and lessons for kindergarten and early primary classes. 

Want to find a lesson on something in particular such as ‘adverbs’? Go to Google, Yahoo or Bing and key in Adverbs. You will be astounded at the number of returns you get! It certainly makes finding good material much easier for new teachers.

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