Monthly Archives: August 2014

Movie Clips

This week’s website is probably a familiar one to most, but goes hand in hand with Swap Shop (below) so is this week’s Website of the Week. Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals, despite its rather long-winded name, is a … Continue reading

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Online Speaking

Blabberize lets you choose a picture and, for 30 seconds, record your voice. You can add a mouth and the chosen picture can then move as the recording plays! Sign up (for free) so you can save your “blabbers”. On … Continue reading

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ELT Games

ELT Games  is not really a game website as the name suggests, but more of a communicative worksheet website.  It has all levels from Elementary to Upper Intermediate and is organized by grammar point.  Content can be printed directly from … Continue reading

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TES

TES is a great resource website based on the UK National Curriculum. Contributions come from teachers and access is free once you sign up. There are resources for all the subjects taught in UK schools and they could easily be … Continue reading

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6 Minute English

Need some extra listening practice? Ever tried 6-minute English from the BBC? Topics are usually current issues and discussed in an interview. There aren’t any activities while listening but there are some good definitions of difficult words, similar to the Words … Continue reading

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BrainPOP

BrainPOP is a great resource for YLs and uses quizzes, gameplay and activities to engage them in different curricular areas. The good news is we have a new subscription (ask Erin/Matt for details)! This is a limited account, so only three computers … Continue reading

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