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Tutor Lesson Plans & Resources

  

  

http://busyteacher.org

Highly recommended by tutors and ESL instructors. Offers excellent worksheets, activities, and lesson plans.

 

ESL Lesson Plans & Resources

www.csun.edu/~hcedu013/eslplans.html

 

English Zone                             

http://english-zone.com

The Teachers' Webring is comprised of over 200 top educational websites created by teachers and by suppliers of teacher materials. Members range from kindergarten through college level educators.

 

ESL Gold                   

http://www.eslgold.com

ESLgold.com provides over a thousand pages of free information and resources for both teachers and students. All materials are organized by skill and level for quick and easy access.

 

ESL Quizzes 

http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes

This site has 259 free English language quizzes to choose from. They are easy to use, too. Questions are straightforward with a multiple choice format where the user selects the correct response by mouse. At the end of each quiz is a “Grade Me!” button. The main page is a simple text link, but the quizzes themselves we well laid out.

 

Lesson Plans from TESL Journal

http://iteslj.org/Lessons

iteslj.org/lessons has several categories of  lesson plans that include “For the First Class,” “Autonomy,” “Business English,” “Conversation/Oral English,” “Cooperative Learning,” “Culture,” “Games,” “Grammar,” “Internet,” “Listening,” “Motivation,” “Music and Songs,” “Multi-skill,” “Oral Presentation,” “Pronunciation,” “Reading,” “Travel Survival,” “Video,” “Vocabulary,” “Writing,” and “Other Lessons.” Each category has many further links directed at ESL learners.

  

Quia                    

http://www.quia.com/shared/

Quia games and quizzes were created by educators using Quia's tools and templates. Whether you're a teacher or a learner, you'll find something interesting and useful.

 

The Internet TESL Journal                                                          

www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/

   

Quick Tips and Lesson Plans

excellent resources available:                                                             

www.everythingesl.net/

 

Using English         

http://www.usingEnglish.com 

This is a very large website with lots of resources from self-tests, articles, information about grammar, vocabulary, etc. It also has a forum where people can ask and answer individual question and discuss topics of interest.

UsingEnglish.com provides a large collection of English as a Second Language (ESL) tools & resources for students, teachers, learners and academics. Browse the grammar glossary and references of irregular verbs, phrasal verbs and idioms, ESL forums, articles, teacher handouts and printable, and find useful links and information on English.