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Teaching ESL to adults

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LeaLea
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Unread post by LeaLea » 04 May 2014, 21:08

Hi

I would like to know if people have recommendations for good websites focusing on teaching adults. I will start by recommending the Phrase Mix website and Film English. What about everyone else? For me, sites with interesting, fresh material which combines grammar practice with new vocabulary would be ideal.

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Unread post by Lola212 » 24 Apr 2016, 17:21

Definitely look for fresh and interesting. There is nothing worse than reading something just for reading. When the story is fitting or at least of current interest, your students will enjoy as well as learn.

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Unread post by andrewberlin » 24 Apr 2016, 19:41

I'm not sure if we're allowed to plug our own sites here, but eslgames.com is focused on providing activites for teachers of adult learners.

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Unread post by Susan » 25 Apr 2016, 20:07

I'll answer your question in a PM.
Lucy Pollard's Guide to Teaching English

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Unread post by Eric Rom » 26 Jul 2016, 07:56

Hey.

I think you're looking for a website with a lot of writing work which will improve the grammar right?
Well, if yes, then I generally use http://www.studymode.com/ to help my students with writing ideas and topics. My students find it very helpful and they read up on the essays, research papers, and other UGC. It has improved their grammar skills and thinking capability.

If not, you can also visit some other sites like Khan Academy etc.

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Unread post by sadia » 25 Oct 2018, 09:50

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