This is a great resource for researching careers, gathering information about those careers and finding colleges that offer courses of study required for those careers. It also has a job listing section and some tools to figure out how much you need to earn to live the life you dream of.
When Kurt Vonnegut was asked for advice to new writers he said, ” Never use a semicolon.”
Fear no more! Here is a detailed and illustrated explanation of the most feared punctuation on earth.
Larry Ferlazzo is a man I admire. He is dedicated and consistent and helps so many educators. Whenever I am feeling stumped for lesson ideas or new techniques or tools, I check out Larry’s blog.
Below is a link to his Best Technology Sites list. Thanks again Larry.
Here is a link to ITESL. This is a great resource for ESL technology links. There are so many useful links on so many topics I will refrain from trying to describe the massive compilation available and let you explore for yourself. You won’t be disappointed.
My English Images has some nice worksheets on a variety of ESL topics. They are all free and printable. They have attractive graphics as well.
Here is a search skills test using Google and a timer to evaluate your mastery of internet searches. Think you are a Google master? Try the test…
Here is a link to an article on the importance of information literacy. Information literacy is the ability to navigate through the massive amount of information provided to us by search engines like Google. It is an essential skill that we are finding few people possess. It needs to be a c ore competency and as this article suggests, it is rarely emphasized as the essential skill that it is.
Here are links to some popular online resumes. The resumes are real world practice for ESL students building life skills.
Here is a useful list of terms ESL teachers need to know.