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Ways to Teach ESL
ESL Students at East Orange Public Library practice reading aloud. Pictured are (l-r) Laura Barrera, Voltaire Smith, Slily Joseph, Nicole Aristilde, Instructor Cheryl Williams, and Froilan D. Los Banos. Photo courtesy of the New Jersey Library Association, Creative Commons license.
Dave's ESL Cafe
Lists TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) and CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) training opportunities for overseas teaching.
Different levels of online learning quizzes.
Word puzzles, pages with sound, slang expressions.
Many practical activities for ESL students at the beginner or intermediate levels: discussion forums, blogs, quizzes, word checker, audio listening and much more.
Be careful. While these sites can be very useful, the translations are computer-generated. Grammar mistakes are common.
Translate text snippets and whole web pages between many different languages. Features auto-detection of languages.
Translates single words or paragraphs up to 150 words in popular languages.
Translator service for major languages. (Rating: Pretty good)