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Suggestions of good web sites for class preparation and material selection: The sections are only for grouping certain functions, but most sites are overlapping…

www.abcteach.com This web site is really helpful if you want to provide some reading comprehension activities, vocabulary, flashcards. www.breakingnewsenglish.com We can find some news. They are easy to be understood and the students like them. www.rd.com Reader s digest. There are many interesting articles. Seventeen.com Teen maga!ine website. "t is interesting because of the content and vocabulary, specially designed for adolescents. www.ussoccer.com There we can find information about the male and female soccer team from #S$. "t%s good to practice reading te&t and we can see some sport e&pressions during a soccer match shown on'line. http: www.speakup.com.br http: www.reuters.com http: www.time.com time http: www.newsweek.com

www.studentso$theworld.com Students and teachers can interact with people from all over the world, e&changing ideas and culture facts. "t%s really interesting. www.sharedtalk.com $ site especially for students up to (). *reat to practice the target language and also learn others. There are people connected from all over the world. en.akinator.com

www.tools$oreducators.com There are many cool games, such as boardgames, pu!!les, crosswords related to a sort of vocabulary, grammar and themes. www.lantern$ish.com $ game with different topics to be worked with kids + teens. www.&oga&ogos.com content view '() *+ www.&oga&ogos.com content view )'( *+ www.woodlands,&unior.kent.sch.uk games inde-.html http: www.esl,gala-..com There are nice board games.

www.englishgrammarsecrets.com There are good e&planations and e&ercises as well. "t is a good resource to be used when preparing classes. moviesegmentstoassessgrammargoals.blogspot.com With loads of movie activities. www.englishpage.com There are good grammar e&planations.

www.agendaweb.org There are lots of activities about grammar, vocab, reading, listening, it,s very well organi!ed and the activities are separated by topics and then by levels, there also some videos, worksheets etc. http: www.englishgrammarsecrets.com pastper$ectcontinuous menu.php " usually use these e&ercises in class, so that students can use the interactive board www.englishe-ercises.org This web site mi&es $merican and -ritish .nglish in some e&ercises.

www.esl$low.com There are some photocopiable e&ercises and online ones. We can find some topics to be worked in speaking classes. www.usingenglish.com /ne has got to become a member to take advantage of all the resources it offers, but it,s for free. $mong other things, on that site you are able to download activities and e&ercises, read articles on teaching .nglish, and also take part in different forums, which " find very interesting and useful. http: www.eslprintables.com

www.english,(kids.com There are many activities for kids, celebrations and others, it s free and we can print. http: www.writing$un.com "t teachs kids how to write. www.kaboose.com There are some videos and tips for kids en0oy themselves in holydays. There is a lot of information about many topics, as 1family1, 1health1, 1recipes1, and 1holidays1. This one offers the history of $merican holidays, celebrations and printables.

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www.britishcouncil.org .&ercises, podcasts and others. http: www.britishcouncil.org learnenglish,central,grammar,past,per$ect.htm This site is good for teachers who want further e&planation about grammar etc http: learnenglish.britishcouncil.org

bbclearningenglish.com 2ocus on 1sounds of .nglish1 the videos are really nice. http: www.bbc.co.uk worldservice learningenglish $latmates inde-.shtml

www.onelook.com "t,s a website which finds dictionaries. http: dictionar..cambridge.org http: www.the$reedictionar..com http: www.urbandictionar..com http: www.macmillandictionar..com

http: www..outube.com 3ou,ve *ot 4ail R.5#6: e&cerpt from the movie 13ou,ve *ot 4ail1, with 4eg Ryan and Tom 7anks. "t is very useful for teaching abbreviations in .nglish 8the main characters are typing instant messages to each other9.

www.esl$low.com This one " usually use for speaking activities: although there are writing, reading and other kinds of activities, ",ve only tried the speaking ones9

www.allthetests.com There are lots of tests about different topics like movies, personality, "; tests etc. http: www.esltower.com #4"A0S3EE!S actions actions.html " usually take advantage from its <ui!!es.

http: www.esltower.com pronunciation.html "t also has some good e&ercises of pronunciation for beginners= http: www.uiowa.edu 7acadtech phonetics To learn about the sounds and phonetic symbols. www.oddcast.com home demos tts tts8e-ample.php "mportant to practice the listening and to learn about pronunciation. http: www.how&sa..com

http: www.wikipedia.org http: www.wikispaces.com 4ake your own page. http: cnalabvilaoliveira.wikispaces.com

http: elt.oup.com students ;cc<br=sel1anguage<en 4y favorites are $merican headway and new headway. http: www.onestopenglish.com http: www.esl,lab.com http: www.davesca$e.com http: www.english,to,go.com http: www.teachingenglish.org.uk http: www.teachingenglish.org.uk bra>il http: www.t(tenglish.u$sc.br http: www.tolearnenglish.com http: www.in$lu-.com.br

http: pt.surve.monke..com 4ake your own survey http: bogglesworldesl.com http: www.livemocha.com http: www.englishclub.com http: eugenia.atspace.com www.stumbleupon.com http: www.te$l.net esl,lesson,plans esl,worksheets,tp.htm http: www.teclasap.com.br blog http: www.oddcast.com home demos tts tts8e-ample.php

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