Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching
Resources in Applied Linguistics (TESOL) from a server at the University of Surrey, England.
Resources in Language Testing WWW Page
TESL/TESOL/Second Language Acquisition site includes jobs, mailing lists, resources for use in the ESL/EFL classroom.
WWW Virtual Library - Applied Linguistics
Computer Assisted Language Learning from the "Chorus Project", a resource for academic and educational computing in the humanities. This page contains reviews of books and software, Web resources for language teaching and learning, specific EFL/ESL links, commercial CALL sites, Internet discussion groups.
English Language software page by Oxford University Press. Contains descriptions of their products, screenshots, and even some downloadable demos of programs such as "Adam and Eve."
Russian Language software pageIncludes tutorial materials -- using all the multi-media capabilities at hand -- text, graphics, audio, etc. -- as well as image maps which could be used with audio material for vocabulary building.
Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN). Provides resources and products for Adult Education (particularly literacy), and has over 12,000 files online including actual lessons for classroom use and info for teachers & administrators.
CALL Reports.Gopher Menu.
Papers in Discourse Analysis and Applied Linguistics (University of Liverpool).
Working Papers in English and Applied Linguistics (University of Cambridge).
Internet Resources for Language Teachers
Foreigh Language Learning Center. The main goal of this site is to promote Internet use in language learning and teaching by providing the guide for the language teachers and the adult language learners to access electronic resources as well as Internet resources.
Foreign Language Resources on the Web. This resource list, by no means comprehensive (hundreds of fresh WWW pages are appearing each month), aspires to lend starting points for mining the WWW for foreign language/culture specific resources. This is a "quality-only" index. In other words, it includes only the best of the foreign language ("foreign" for native speakers of English) Web sites out of the many that exist.
Autonomous Foreign Language Learning page by John Trollope. The page contains many links to resources for classroom use, particularly when the emphasis is on a degree of student autonomy. A good and concise set of possible activities.