Tag Archives: ESL

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Free English Lessons in 7 Levels

Current event and interest stories for adult learners and ESL students:
Breaking News English Home Page


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Dictation

Short recordings of one or two lines for elementary English learners. Elementary Dictation

Medium-length recordings of a sentence or two for intermediate English learners. Each topic has three recordings.
Intermediate Dictation

Longer recordings of a full paragraph or more for high-intermediate or advanced learners.
Advanced Dictation

Language Skills for Learning English

Learn English Teach English


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Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events

The NEWSELA website is filled with interesting news articles to help master nonfiction in any subject. Choose the reading level of each article and find articles on topics that are of interest to students.

NEWSELA Home Library Text Sets

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Unleash the writer within.

NoRedInk builds stronger writers through interest-based curriculum, adaptive exercises, and actionable data.

Great website for anything related to grammar, capitalization, punctuation, sentence structures, etc. Allows teachers to easily create quizzes and diagnostic tests for students. It collects all class results for you. Ideal for second language students.

NoRedInk Home Page

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The Westcoast Reader is a newspaper for adults who are improving their English reading skills.

The Westcoast Reader | Home List of Westcoast Reader Articles

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General Listening Quizzes:

Activities at Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab focus on everyday English comprehension skills at three levels based on content, voices, vocabulary, and natural speed. A combination of adult, teenage, and children’s voices are included.

~Randall

Listening For Academic Purposes

English Culture Videos

The English Culture Videos, listed in alphabetical order, are designed to provide additional learning content related to other listening activities on my site. To learn more about this project, read the Frequently Asked Questions below the video titles.

~Randall

Vocabulary Lessons