ESL Resources

EDU-BLOGGERS 

An A-Z of ELT – Scott Thornbury

An ELT Notebook – EFL Methodology for teachers

Babel’s Dawn – Blogging about the origins of speech

Breathy Vowel – ELT, linguistics, Korean

Classroots – Reforming classroom practice and democratic education

The Daily Ptefldactyl – ESL Teacher, trainer and freelancer

David Truss – Blogs on ELT

Education Rethink – John T. Spencer’s blog

EFL 2.0 – EFL 2.0 Classroom Edublog

ELT Rants, Reviews and Reflections – Teaching at a university in Seoul; Reflective practices

Engaging Parents in School – Another great Larry Ferlazzo blog

Janet Abruzzo‘s Edublog

Jeremy Harmer’s Blog – How to teach teachers and the art of presentation

Language Moments – Dale Coulter reflects on language and teaching

Langwitches – The magic of learning

Larry Ferlazzo’s Blog – Inspiring blog on everything ELL, ELT and EFL

Pedagogies of Abundance – Thoughtful posts on education and learning

Teach Paperless – Seeking social solutions to modern education

Teacher Reboot Camp – Shelly Terrell challenges us to engage our students

Think, Thank, Thunk – Dealing with the fears of being a boring math teacher

Throwing Back Tokens – Josette LeBlanc blogs on reflective teaching practices and compassionate communication.

TEFL WEBSITES 

PODCASTS

FREE MATERIALS for ELTs and ELLs


RESOURCES I PAY FOR WILLINGLY (and use all the time!)
  • Genki English – Great early beginner ESL Lesson plans and materials.
  • EnchantedLearning – Excellent K-6 printables based on themes. Use this all the time.
  • ESL Library – This is great for intermediate students and conversation-based lesson themes.
  • Super Simple Learning – Get kids speaking English after one lesson!  Catchy songs with teaching resources.

 

TEACHING ESL IN SOUTH KOREA

  • ExpatKerri.com  – Kerri is an experienced world traveller and amazing all-round gal who has been teaching ESL in Korea for years – she loves Korea and shares her insights into the culture, learning Korean, living here and of course, teaching.   She’s also a popular YouTuber: ExpatKerri
  • Simon and Martina – Fun, hilarious vlog on YouTube.

 

5 Responses to “ESL Resources”

  1. Baju bayi March 31, 2013 at 4:16 pm #

    Wow, awesome blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you make blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is fantastic, as well as the content!. Thanks For Your article about ESL Resources | Jennifer Teacher .

  2. Lily Belajar April 19, 2013 at 2:47 pm #

    Nice list of English learning resources, very useful for any student trying to improve their English skills.

    • JenniferTeacher May 8, 2013 at 11:33 am #

      Thanks Lily, there are so many great resources out there, but these are some of the ones I like to reference and recommend.

  3. Taletrove April 4, 2014 at 6:10 am #

    Hello Jennifer,
    I am reaching out to you to introduce my website with stories for children (in pdf, flipbook, and audio formats), braille books, reviews of some popular children’s books-all accompanied by learning tools and activity suggestions. I also believe the website could serve as a platform for authors and illustrators to share stories and art, get feedback from readers, improve, and create books and art readers love.

    The website is in its infancy and I plan to add more content in future. I would love to hear your thoughts on the site and would really appreciate any feedback or feature suggestions to improve.

    Thanks a bunch for your time and support.

    Best Regards.
    Lakshmi
    http://www.taletrove.com

  4. Elton Somsana September 27, 2014 at 9:07 pm #

    Great collection of resources! Thanks!

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