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ESL Lessons on the Web
In the last 100 years, the number of foreign-born U.S. residents has grown to about 30 million people -- resulting in a corresponding growth in demand for schools to provide effective ESL and EFL programs at all levels of instruction. This week, Education World offers a guide to some of the best online lessons for ESL/EFL students in middle school, high school, and above.


Dave's ESL Cafe
Dave's ESL Caf is a great place to get together with teachers and students of ESL & EFL. This virtual community includes mailing lists, discussion groups, books, job listings, quizzes, idioms, slang, and much, much more.


Activities for ESL Students
Study materials for students of English as a Second Language written by many teachers from around the world.

English Gateway
ESL worksheets and vocabulary lessons for intermediate and advanced levels. Exercises on idioms, phrasal verbs and collocations.

ESL Partyland
On the teacher side, you are provided with loads of lesson plans and reproducible materials to use in class. This site also has discussion forums, ideas for communicative practice activities, a chat room, a job board, links, and more.

The Teacher's Room in the English Club links you to lesson plans, job sources, handouts and resources for professional development in ESL/EFL.
This great ESL/EFL resource by Judie Haynes provides up to the date lesson plans and inservice information.

P I Z ZA Z !...
PIZZAZ! is dedicated to providing simple creative writing and oral storytelling activities with copyable handouts for use with students of all ages.

The Internet TESL Journal
This is a monthly web journal for Teachers of English as a Second Language complete with articles, research papers, lessons plans, classroom handouts, teaching ideas & links.

Aardvark's EFL Resources
A useful and user-friendly EFL site on the web.

The EFL Playhouse
This resource is designed for use primarily by teachers of young learners but has material that can be used at all levels.





Express Yourself (Well) Web Sites for Teaching Students About the English Language
Clarity of expression comes with a good understanding of the English language. Many internet resources are designed to increase students' comprehension of English, whether it is their first or second language, in an enjoyable manner.

Multiculturalism -- What Do Students Think?
Administrators, teachers, parents, and other public figures have voiced their opinions about multicultural education. Now a survey by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company asks students what they think about multiculturalism in their schools.


National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education
The National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education (NCBE) provides information for individuals working in foreign language programs, English as a Second Language programs, Head Start, Title I, Migrant Education, or Adult Education programs.

Center for Applied Linguistics
A collection of current CAL projects developed for K-12 English as a Second Language education.

Last updated 1/12/2012