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The Internet TESL Journal \'s directory page of podcasts for language learners.
http://iteslj.org/links/ESL/Listening/Podcasts/ (listed 2005-12-16) [More like this]
Theme-based conversations and language practice for students of English (EFL, ESL, ESOL). The dialogs have two or more speakers. Read transcripts and listen to mp3 files.
This section of ESLJOBS.com provides an overview of what is involved in a TEFL certificate program.
http://www.esljobs.com/tefl-certificate-programs-overview.htm (listed 2005-09-20) [More like this]
100 Free teacher 's resource page with over 900 printable Worksheets, Topics, Games,Flashcards, and a lot more.
This ESL language Web site created by Randall Davis helps ESL/EFL students improve their English listening comprehension skills through practice with self-grading quiz pages.
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This is a Japanese to English resume building website. Great for ESL teacher students or anyone you know in Japan that might need a perfect English resume to apply for a new job, advance in their career, etc. We pay referral fees to those we work with. Please contact me for further information. Thank you, Greg, Myresume.jp
ESL teacher community featuring ESL job listings in Japan and other countries worldwide.
Professional ESL teft and online tesol training & certification course. Get a job placement after graduating from american tesol instt. For standard quarterly tesol contact today at 1-877-748-7900
Professional ESL teft and online tesol training certification course. Get a job placement after graduating from american tesol instt. For standard quarterly tesol contact today at 1-877-748-7900
Online vocabulary topics (with audio) for intermediate and advanced ESL learners. Exercises on idioms, phrasal verbs and collocations. Teacher blog and worksheets.
A unique website for ESL students, teachers and schools worldwide. Contains hundreds of dynamic Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing & Grammar activities. Plus Chat, Discussion boards, E-pals, Lesson plans.
A comprehensive ESL/EFL job & info site for schools & teachers in Japan and around the world. Contains job postings, resume database, ELT bookstore, plus a TEFL guide to pay (salary), taxes, visas, etc. in 50 countries (including Japan).
Over 800 original flashcards and hundreds of worksheets for ESL kids teachers.
ESL resource site for teachers of English to children. Includes over 800 original flashcards, worksheets, games & activities, job postings and more.
An internationally-respected, fully-refereed electronic journal for ESL and EFL instructors and researchers established in 1994. Mirrored on four servers, the link above brings you to the Berkeley server, which contains a Google search at the top of the page; select "www-writing.berkeley.edu" to search only TESL-EJ.
ESLpro contains job listings for Japan, Taiwan, China and Korea.
Reports and articles from ESL/EFL teachers around the world; featured interviews with ESL leaders; free weekly e-mail newsletter.
A membership based site. Over 2000 flashcards and images for language teachers. Has has vocabulary image sets and grammar image sets. Includes some ready-to-print lesson plans. Note that you must join as a member before you can download.
A place to learn English as a second language (ESL). Quizzes and activities for students learning English. Resources to accompany elementary (primary) and secondary textbook series like Addison-Wesley ESL, Making Connections, and English Firsthand.
Using the Famous Personages in Japan project as a starting point,, this article outlines the steps and general considerations required for a successful web class project. This article originally appeared in Vol. 6, No. 4 of the CAELL Journal (Winter 1995/1996).
http://www.kyoto-su.ac.jp/~trobb/projects.html (listed 2002-08-20) [More like this]
Job listings world-wide, not just Japan. An active employment classifieds site (click find a job from the front page).
Many featured movies here. Each individual guide is a detailed synopsis of a popular film, with a summary of the plot, a list of the major characters, an extensive glossary of vocabulary and various cultural references that even advanced ESL learners would often not understand, questions for ESL class discussion. (Keywords: videos, movies, films)