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dmillerteach
dmillerteach , Child Professional, School Administrator, Teacher asks:
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What's your  favorite ESL (English learning) site, app, or e-learning resource?

I am a teacher interested in developing more effective online English language learning materials. Please send me your favorite sites to learn or teach English to second language learners.
In Topics: School and Academics, Learning a second language
> 60 days ago

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LouiseSattler
Mar 15, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Hello and thank you for writing to JustAsk!

I have discovered a few new sites that may be of interest to you and your students:

http://www.knowledgesafari.com
http://www.abcteach.com
http://www.yourshpere.com
http://www.kidquest.tv/support/resources.html


 

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Vikkivip
Vikkivip , Teacher, Parent writes:
Clicknkids.com

I just LOVE this program so much and my son does also. Keeps my boy laughing, attentive, and involved.
Very affordable for home or public school. Interactive; Animated dog teaches phonics; Spelling is taught by cat.

Doesn't matter students level in English-Starts at the simplest level and progresses at child's pace. Would be excellent method to add to ESL program.

Worksheets: Dolche sight words K-5 or so. Practice words and sentences; Comprehension

Is 2 programs (can get 1 or both-I have both): 1 is phonics ; 2 is spelling.

Check out 60 day free trial to test it out.
Also, both sites have 2 full sample lessons-frin start all the way through to report .

Can get a report every lesson &/or final results (which still notes each lesson, grade, what needs more attention, etc). The final lists other student's comps nationwide next to every lesson-see your child next to others his level.
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007Aung
007Aung writes:
Visit the following site:
http://esl.about.com
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007Aung
007Aung writes:
Hi,dmillerteach
I am interesting in English studies.The following is the website that I visit most of my time.(esl.about.com):(writing-programme-uchicago.edu)

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katiecharles
katiecharles writes:
Here are some of the sites I really enjoying accessing and finding content on. These sites are for ESL teachers, but some would be helpful for ESL students as well.


http://esl.com/
http://www.esldirectory.com/
http://www.learnenglish-nyc.com/
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HeatherPeterson124
HeatherPete... writes:
There are a lot of ways to learn more on english, but the cheapest and still efficient way is to learn English online for free. My daughter does. And as I can see, she improves very well.
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MelvinCHunter
MelvinCHunter writes:
Some site provides a large collection of English as a Second Language (ESL) tools & resources for students, teachers, learners and academics. If you got a site then browse all the pages and find useful links and plenty of information. Even some good books will help you to study English. The English news paper reading is one of the best source. This top essay writing service( http://top5essaywriters.com ) will help you to write any writing kind of works.
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chinedi
chinedi writes:
how can I developed in my speaking, and I want to exit out of esl.
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agnanyc
agnanyc writes:
I have used this app: bit.ly/ImproveYourGrammarApp . It has lots of quick lessons that are easy to do on-the-go. I find the material more advanced than Duolingo, which is good for learners who are not beginners.
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