Includes topics on pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, listening, writing, teaching, reading, lesson plans, various levels of English, tests/quizzes, TOEFL/IELTS/Cambridge
Asia Journal of English Language Teaching. www.cuhk.edu.hk/eltu/DP/
Research-oriented journal on topics relevant to teaching in Asia. Published by the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
BBC / British Council www.teachingenglish.org.uk
Ideas on teaching, tips and lesson plans, etc.
British Council / Learning English. www.learnenglish.org.uk
Links to themes, songs, cartoons, stories, poems, etc.
Dave's ESL Cafe. www.eslcafe.com/
A long-standing top website for English teaching professionals and students.
English Teaching Forum. exchanges.state.gov/forum/
A quarterly journal on teaching English as a foreign language. Articles contributed by teachers around the world. Published by the United States Information Agency.
English Teaching Professional. www.etprofessional.com/
Selected articles from this ELT magazine are available at this website.
ESL learning materials for speaking, writing, listening, reading, idioms, et al.
ESL Magazine. www.eslmag.com
A bi-monthly magazine serving ESL/EFL professionals worldwide.
Grammar Questions www.englishgrammar.org
Answers any question about grammar you may have.
IATEFL Newsletter. www.iatefl.org/newsletter/iatefl-voices-newsletter
The newsletter of IATEFL (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language), an organization based in the UK.
Website of JHF associates Michael and Vivian Krigline, including links and resources for teachers and students. You might find their "EFL Movie Study Guides" particulary helpful.
The Internet TESL Journal. http://iteslj.org
A monthly web journal started in 1995; includes articles, research papers, lesson plans, teaching techniques, book reviews, and links. Of particular use is the "Lesson Plans" section at http://iteslj.org/Lessons/
TEFL China Teahouse Teaching. http://teflchina.com/teach
A website to support English teachers in China. Articles, lesson plans, and informal tips and discussion by Chinese and foreign teachers.
Scroll through an extensive list of writers of fiction, poetry and drama. Click on an author for study and discussion questions and writing suggestions. This index covers most any writer that would appear on a "Survey" course syllabus, but it may not cover all the texts you are teaching.
A comprehensive dictionary/glossary of English literature related terms specifically targeted at students. There are over 850 words, terms, concepts and major authors that students are likely to study that have been defined and all are cross referenced with live linking. The definitions of terms that have been included are most of the major subject-specific words that students will come across when studying English literature at secondary/senior/high school. First year undergraduates may also find it a useful reference point for topic areas that they did not cover at secondary/senior/high school.
This is a huge list of links to websites with author-specific information. Choose "Fiction", "Drama", "Poetry", "Essays", "Critical Theory" and then scroll through an alphabetical list of writers in that category.
Website for University of Virginia American Studies Department. Click on "hypertexts" to reach the actual writings of famous authors plus some critical material. Surf this site for other links and background information. It may be good for history and culture courses, too.
A pretty comprehensive site for Medieval, Renaissance and 17th Century English Literature. Some of the critical articles are kind of lame, but the historical and biographical info. is good.
The "Voice of the Shuttle" is a big online resource for humanities managed by the University of California at Santa Barbara. Click on "English" or "Literature" on the homepage and go to town. It's kind of hard to tell where the links will take you but, with so many, there must be some pretty good stuff here.
Tons of literary material -- complete works of Shakespeare and anthologies such as the Harvard Classics & Shelf of Fiction and Cambridge History of English and American Literature, which have pretty much any novel, play, poem, essay or story written before 1900 that you ever wanted to read. There is also critical material for all of that.
The reference collection includes a complete Columbia Encyclopedia, dictionaries, most usage and style manuals, thesauri, quotation collections, Gray's Anatomy, the Columbia Gazetteer of North America, King James Bible, Farmer's Cookbook, Emily Post's Etiquette and other stuff, all in their complete forms.
Last updated on: Thu Nov 7 15:21:53 2013 by: Lillian Lee