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WWW Resources for English Language Teaching

Department of Engish


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LinguaCenter Home Page (the multi-media lab of the Division of English as an International Language and the Intensive English Institute at UIUC.)

The EXCHANGE Project: Electronic, X-Cultural, Hypertextual Academy of Non-native Gatherings in English. An electronic magazine publishing the writings of ESL/EFL learners.

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."

Ohio University's English Language & Culture Page. Contains links for students including places on the web to practice English, information about writing tutorials and discussion groups, audio for listening practice, and other neat stuff.

The Weekly Idiom Page. Each week a new idiom is presented and it's accompanied by a sample dialogue. Audio is available in either .au or .wav format.

Fluency Through Fables from the Comenius Group. Each month presents a new fable with accompanying exercises.

Information on mailing lists for ESL/EFL students available on the Internet.

ESL Homepage by the University of Illinois (Includes listening & speaking for those with multimedia browsers, reading and writing stuff.)

Visit an interactive Multi-User environment or simply learn more about MUD's, MOO's and other such virtual environments on the Internet. SchMOOze MOO is targeted specifically towards Students of ESL/EFL.

Ron Corio teaches advanced courses in grammar and composition and has syllabi, homework assignments, and other such on his page.

International House - ILC has an ELT bookshop and mail-order.

A page on the RealLife English teaching system.


Your comments are greatly appreciated!

Last updated: January 17, 1996

Maintained by Lyudmila Shymchuk - root@lingva.by.glas.apc.org.

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