Category: Links

Literary guides 0

Literary guides

Classic and contemporary books NovelGuide is a free source for literary analysis on the web providing study guides as an educational supplement. It offers: literature profiles, metaphor analysis, theme analysis, author biographies sample study...

12 events that will change everything 0

12 events that will change everything

This web-only article,which I discovered thanks to Larry Ferlazzo,  is a special rich-media presentation of the twelve events that will change everything around us. It can be used as a language resource for English...

Links For ELT Teachers 0

Links For ELT Teachers

ELT Links English language teaching links in different categories prepared by Sean Banville. Sean needs your contributions to develop his new website. You can suggest new links or submit your own blog or website....

ESL / EFL Carnival of Lessons 0

ESL / EFL Carnival of Lessons

Lesson plans and activities blog carnival I am honored to be part of the ESL/EFL Carnival of Lessons which was hosted by  Karenne Joy Sylvester. The blog carnival includes so many useful and insightful...

Moroccan English Baccalaureate Exam Specifications 1

Moroccan English Baccalaureate Exam Specifications

The English Baccalaureate Exam Specifications All Streams There has been a change in the bac exam specifications. Changes  were mainly in the language section. It comprises three content areas: vocabulary, grammar and functions. The...

Assistive Listening Devices 0

Free ESL Listening Activities

This is a link to a cool website which provides free ESLactivities: Teachers can build their own listening quizzes. There is also a shared list for such quizzes. You can also embed the code...

Best teaching blog posts 0

Best teaching blog posts

I’d like to share with readers the  posts I’ve read recently. They all carry insightful thoughts and creative ideas that I hope will be of great interest to teachers and educators. Would da Vinci...

Using Texts to Teach Grammar 0

Using Texts to Teach Grammar

How to teach Grammar by using texts I have recently discovered Scott Thornbury’s blog A-Z of ELT. I think that this is one of the best English language teaching blogs. Just to give you...

Free Tutorials on Various Softwares 0

Free Tutorials on Various Softwares

Free Tutorials MSMformation is an interesting website that offers free video tutorials in French on different softwares. Macromedia, Dreamweaver Macromedia, Fireworks Macromedia, Flash MX Adobe, Photoshop Adobe, Illustrator Microsoft, Excel Microsoft, Word Microsoft, Outlook...

WordNet – Lexical Database of English 0

WordNet – Lexical Database of English

WordNet WordNet is a large lexical database of English, developed under the direction of George A. Miller, professor of psychology at Princeton University. Word Net is a useful tool because of many reasons: Nouns,...