This website offers useful activities for very beginning students who are low/non-literate. There is also a useful section on methodological considerations for working with students at this level.
A link to Teaching Techniques from the Internet TESL Journal includes links to articles on teaching techniques such as conversation incorporation, classroom management, culture, grammar, motivation, etc.
This website provides the full text in chapters for the Fun with Grammar text by Suzanne Woodward. The book is a great source of communicative activities to practice grammar concepts.
What is better than learning and food? Combine them with this Recipe for English Learning.
The telephone: any Language Learner’s nemesis. No gestures. No expressions. No physical hints. Just words. Help your student conquer the Telephone with this tips.
The ELT Notebook blog is written by an ELL teacher. Her posts are organized (on the right side of the page) by topic and she offers a wealth of knowledge.
Multi-Cultural Educational Services geared toward low-level/low-literacy adult learners, this website’s phonics stories have listening components.
Liz Regan’s 20 Teaching Tips These teaching tips by Liz Regan will be of general help to new teachers or others who simply wish to freshen up their class! Pairwork/Groupwork Reading Aloud Checking Understanding Pronunciation Speaking to Other Students in English Guessing Answers Stopping an Activity Feedback Dealing with Vocabulary Queries Monitoring Error Correction Eliciting […]
Colorado State University gives a basic outline of what is involved in English pronunciation. The page also includes links to other useful pronunciation sites.
English Express contains stories written at three different levels. Updated monthly, many stories on this website have listening components and can be easily printed.