Adult Education ESL teachers guide - Beginning and Intermediate ESL Lessons and Accompanying Teacher Training Modules (no cantact)
American English Pronunciation - Fantastic site! Lessons are available on quite a few topics. Each lesson provides the pattern, gives examples, provided practice (a lot of practice), and ends with a quiz. Each word in the quiz can be pronounced for the student by clicking on the speaker icon. This site would be good for Language Arts or ESL classes. (no cantact)
Conversation Questions for the ESL/EEL Classroom - Over two-dozen pages of questions on specific topics to be used in ESL class activities. You will also find a
teacher's guide to using these pages .
Dave's ESL Cafe Idea Cookbook - There are currently 806 recipes (ideas) in 25 categories in this cookbook.
English@Home has quite a few resources for learning English. I found the ESL games great fun. Give them a try!
English as a Second Language can be a starting point for ESL learners who want to learn English through the Web. This site links you to those good and free ESL places. The variety of materials will allow you to choose something appropriate for yourself.
English-Forum by Aardvark presents interactive English language exercises for use in ESL or EFL classes.
This project of The Internet TESL Journal has contributions by many teachers.
Englishpage.com has Free online English lessons & ESL / EFL resources. You need to battle past some intrusive banner ads, but they have good resources.
English Workbook - worksheets to help improve your vocabulary and understanding of English
ESL Activity Zone - get lesson plan ideas here! (no contact)
ESL Cafe Help Center - receive help from ESL/EFL teachers from around the world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Having problems with Grammar? Writing? TOEFL? Vocabulary? Idioms? Slang? Don't be shy - ask a question! Afterwards, an ESL/EFL Teacher will try to quickly post an answer onto this page.
ESL Center has mixed exercises in listening, grammar, conversation.
ESL Flashcards - many to choose from (no contact)
ESL go -Help students learn English with lessons, activities and quizzes.
ESL Idiom Page presented by Dave Sperling. Randomly presented idioms accompanied by explanations. Reload for new idioms. (no contact)
ESL Lab - Listening exercises and quizzes. Listen to the conversation and answer the corresponding questions. Your score is immediately tabulated. Note : An Audio Player is needed for this site.
ESL PartyLand - it's a fun place to practice your English Their student pages have over 75 interactive quizzes, 15 discussion forums, interactive lessons on a variety of topics, a chat room, and lots of great links. On the teacher side, they provide loads of lesson plans and reproducible materials to use in class.
ESL Vocabulary Quizzes - online quizzes for beginning English speakers.
EverythingESL - Content based ESL lesson plans for beginning through intermediate students. (for teachers)
Fun with Randomly-Generated Sentences - An Interesting Way to Study English Sentence Patterns
General Listening Quizzes from Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Help! They Don 't Speak English - A resource guide for educators of limited English proficient students, grades Pre-K - 6
Interactive Games for ESL - Have fun and improve your English by playing our matching games online; opposites, synonyms, general phrases and more.
Interesting Things for ESL Students - A fun study site for students of English as a Second Language.
Links of Interest to Students & Teachers of English as a Second Language - Multilink site for students and teachers.
Magnet Boards for ESL Students - Move the "word magnets" around to make your own sentences.
Marie Nuzzi's List of Valuable ESL Resources - Here are many sites with an
NetGrammar - Online interactive English quizzes in the use of grammar.
Parlo is a language and culture site that wants to sell language courses to you. Wait! Don't go away. They offer some fantastic free resources. In their index along the left side you will find a free Diagnostic Test. At the end they suggest which course you might want to buy, but use this test to evaluate where your students are. In the Teachers portion of Parlo's index, select Teacher's Corner Materials and then select the
English archive . There you will find beginner, intermediate and advanced lesson plans. Pen Pals is available.
PIZZAZ! ...People Interested in Zippy and Zany Zcribbling - An Online Resource for Scribblers and Teachers of English as a Second Language
Quizzes - There are a ton of quizzes here, each provided feedback on every question, but not a grade for the quiz.
Second Language Learning - Multilinks with activities, quizzes and more.
Self-Study Quizzes for ESL Students - A Very Large Collection of Quizzes for Students of English as a Second Language
Teaching with the Web - This is a compilation of ideas for using WWW resources as a language teaching tool. Some of the areas offered are: web activities, language specific activities and teaching resources.
Vocabulary Exercises - Clothes, Appliances, School, Office and more.