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There are a great many resources available on the internet. Here is a list of websites with resources for teachers and learners. We’d like you to choose one which you think looks interesting, to investigate it and report back in the next step.

  • First choose a link from the list below and go to the page.
  • Try some of the activities you find there to establish what the resource is for and what it’s like.
  • Think about what’s good about the resource and about any possible disadvantages.
  • To open a link in a new tab, hold ‘Ctrl’ (or ‘Command on a Mac) when you click it.

    www.breakingnewsenglish.com – interactive and printable English lessons

    News Report – lessons using BBC reports

    tedxesl.com – lessons based around Ted Talks

    dictionary.cambridge.org – online dictionary

    www.esl-lab.com– conversations with adult and children’s voices

    www.esl-lab.com – video snapshots for ESL/EFL students

    www.voki.com – create speaking characters to communicate with friends

    www.dvolver.com – make a movie

    www.engvid.com – English video lessons

    www.lyricstraining.com – learn through music and the lyrics of songs

    www.quizlet.com – free study tools

    www.listen-and-write.com – a dictation tool

    www.makebeliefscomix.com – make your own comic

    storybird.com – make your own story

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