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Here's an idea for listening and speaking skills. Have ESL students watch (or record and watch) the TV show Jeopardy. (Channels and times will vary depending on where you live.   The benefits?     1) Since it's a quiz show, the prompts are spoken clearly and somewhat more slowly than normal conversation.     2) The prompts themselves are displayed... read more

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Si necesita aprender Ingles, you puedo aydarle. Tengo mi certificaciòn del segundo nivel para enseñar Ingles a personas que no hablen Ingles. Mis lecciones son en Ingles, pero ofrezco algunas explicaciones en Español. No hablo español fluidez, pero la familia de mi novio es de Mexico y en mi iglesia, se hable Español. Yo puedo comunicarse, pero mi Español tiene errores. Si mis lecciones... read more

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I have found that many students know the words because they understand it by using it. However, they often do not know how to read the word. Please check out this amazing site that will use videos in sentences to teach over 1,000 words.  There are so many ways this site can prepare your child for reading.   http://www.gcflearnfree.org/featured/learnenglish/simpleenglish   ESOL... read more

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What is ESL?   ESL stands for English as a Second Language. While this has been the standard acronym for years, there are other acronyms that are associated with this particular field.    ELL - English Language Learner - This refers to students in ESL programs. Generally, it is an umbrella abbreviation for any learner of English whose native language is not English... read more

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Hi Students!   I hope you are enjoying the process of learning English. English can be a hard language to learn, even for native speakers. So here are some study tips and resources for you to use when you are studying for a test:         1. Make flashcards - write the vocab word on the front and the definition on the back. With this method,    ... read more

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Now that its getting warmer this summer, many of us our spending more time watching TV. But how can watching TV help to improve our English/ESL skills?   One way is to mute the TV and display the closed captioning at the bottom of the screen. That way, you can practice reading English and still enjoy catching up on your favorite shows.   Let me know how it works for you,... read more

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Many people, myself included, feel that for all its advantages, the internet has precipitated a steady decline in the quality of writing. Anyone can write anything anywhere, and while that gives a voice to many who otherwise might not have a public forum to share what they have to say, it also makes it difficult and sometimes impossible to uphold any sort of standards.   That said,... read more

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Look at the Youtube video I found at this website- it's about "th": http://www2.waketech.edu/blogs/esl_lab/ I found these: http://grammar.yourdictionary.com/style-and-usage/mispron.html http://jakubmarian.com/common-pronunciation-errors-in-english/ http://rachelsenglish.com/video-category/sounds http://www.manythings.org/pp/ http://www.shiporsheep.com/ This... read more

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I want to share a web page I made years ago when working in a high school district in Phoenix. I haven't kept up on the links for years but I have yet to find any that don't work. Even if a few are broken, I think this is a useful tool for teachers and students. I have it leveled ESL 1-2 and 3-4, based on the courses we were offering and so it follows our Standards at that time.  http://itraveltolearn... read more

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Many people, myself included, feel that for all its advantages, the internet has precipitated a steady decline in the quality of writing. Anyone can write anything anywhere, and while that gives a voice to many who otherwise might not have a public forum to share what they have to say, it also makes it difficult and sometimes impossible to uphold any sort of standards.   That said,... read more

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Don't forget you can use the Wyzant website as a resource to get your answers for ESL:   http://www.wyzant.com/resources/lessons/english   There is also a Questions and Answers "Forum" where you can ask questions and get answers for free.  It's a good way to find tutors if you're a student - and find students if you're a tutor.

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Here are more websites that I have sent to students after lessons for extra practice:   Here are some vocabulary activities you can do for homework. Just study the words where they give you the answers. You can't do the whole activity because you don't have classmates.  You could do them with a friend though: Study these animal idioms (expressions, sayings). Think about... read more

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I am a tutor for students requesting help with English as a Second Language.  As part of the homework, I have sent out emails with the following websites for the students to practice on:   Here is a website you can test your English with. It scores it and gives links to other websites that will teach you lessons on the topics. It looks really great but some of the links don't... read more

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