Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Useful links for students

Links for students


Robert Leslie Fielding

You’ve heard of the paperless office, now it’s the teacherless classroom – online lessons.

Here are some great links to get you going. Try them out. They are free. Make them your favorites. If they don’t work, or aren’t useful for you, don’t use them – it’s that simple.

1. http://depts.gallaudet.edu/englishworks/exercises/main/grammar.html
This site has lots of interactive grammar exercises for students.
2. http://infotree.library.ohiou.edu/scripts/search.html?q=trivial&limit_to=all&fs_limit=17&pt_limit=null&rl_limit=3
This site is a good place to begin research.
3. http://www.askoxford.com/worldofwords/quotations/proverbs/?view=uk
This site has links to dictionaries and to a corpus of language.
4. http://dictionary.cambridge.org/
This online dictionary has a quick search engine on the home page, but for anything more complicated, you have to register. It is free.
5. http://www.learnenglish.de/dictationpage.htm
Listen to dictation exercises on this site.
6. http://esl.about.com/library/weekly/aaspelling_rules_a.htm
Interactive spelling exercises and lots of tips and information on spelling.
7. http://www.smic.be/smic5022/teacherhandouts.htm#Vocabulary%20exercises
Lots of help with vocabulary on this site.
8. http://www.eastoftheweb.com/games/Eight1.html
9. Interactive word games
10. http://www.manythings.org/cts/sc987.htm
Great interactive spelling games
11. http://www.uefap.com/writing/writfram.htm
12. Lots of help with writing introductory paragraphs etc.
13. http://a4esl.org
Interactive grammar exercises
Have fun – learn English at home.
Robert Leslie Fielding


At 8:24 AM , Blogger gangs said...

Dear sir,

Your catalogue of useful websites for the learners of English is in fact laudable. Your selfless effort is good. I am teaching English Literature in Tamil Nadu, India.


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