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A site that I run, www.phrasemix.com, is a collection of mini-lessons each based on a single English sentence.

The content on the site tends toward casual and conversational English, with a bit of business an academic content sprinkled in from time to time.

It's by far the best site on the Internet. Emotion: wink
There is a download guide called Teach English Abroad - The Complete Guide http://www.teachenglishabroadguide.com . It has 3 books in one download. One on finding teaching jobs, one on choosing the right country and another on how to teach ESL.

There are also a good number of help articles on a variety of ESL topics on the website.
Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.
A no-pulp-grammar new English language community for those who are not satisfied with the old-fashioned way of teaching. For those who prefer to think rather than to cram. For real multilingual experts.

http://community.livejournal.com/real_english
www.imimic.net

(for teachers interested in using Youtube short clips for language teaching)
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Is it cheeky to suggest my own site? It has various games and resources for teachers, including PowerPoint templates for games. There's also some brilliant materials for Christmas (if I do say so myself). The site is http://www.tinyteflteacher.co.uk but click here if you want to go straight to the Christmas stuff.
And if you like using PowerPoint, there's another site I found recently with some more PowerPoint games: http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/ppt_games.html
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hi all,

very helpful sites. But unfortunately, some of them require payment.. Thanks Emotion: smile

Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Hello,

Ive been using some free sites to help my esl students.to help brush up their skills, Ive posted some tests and exercises at Gnowledge (www.gnowledge.com) for them to take, its so helpful that if my supervisor permits me, i want to include the students marks from the site as extra credit.

Another one is Skype in the Clasroom (education.skype.com), used to connect to other teachers and students for resources. Theres tons of lesson plans to use, just search esl or efl. hope it works. good luck!
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