Links

-Multi language online dictionary: Wordreference

-All about British Life and Culture: Project Britain

-English as a Second or Foreign Language. Primary and Secondary Education. Exercises, Web-based Materials, Workshops and links for Teaching and Learning English: Isabelperez

-Everything for learners and teachers of English, especially as a foreign language. Lessons, lesson plans, forums, chat, ESL games. Listening – Grammar – Speaking – Vocabulary – Reading – Writing online activities for all levels: EnglishClub

-The biggest site in Spanish to learn English: La Mansión del Inglés

-Here you will find a wide range of materials to help you improve your English! Burlington Books (Student´s Zone)
-Sounds of English is a collaboration by Holly Gray and Sharon Widmayer that first started to help  ESL students improve their English pronunciation. However, it is also great information to help with spelling and reading: Sounds of English
-Real English® is an online video library of spontaneous dialogues of people interviewed on the streets of English-speaking countries, organized according to grammatical, lexical, and functional criteria used in the interactive exercises: RealEnglish
LyricsTraining is an easy and fun way to learn and improve your foreign languages skills, through the music videos and the lyrics of your favorite songs. LyricsTraining helps you to learn new vocabulary and expressions, and reinforce grammar concepts through continuous exercise of writing the missing words.
Britishenglishcoach: “ways to speak better English without taking classes”. Great site full of advice, suggestions and links to improve your English.
Listening Practice: Best Free Listening Websites with Quizzes to Practice for Listening Exams.
Phonetizer: An online free tool to help you improve pronunciation. It is a little tool that transcribes English texts into the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Blog de Cristina aims at providing useful teaching materials and ideas and it’s based on her student’s needs and her own motivation to make her lessons enjoyable, involving and effective. Speaking, discussion topics, role-plays, pronunciation, vocabulary, picture description, grammar, functional English, writing, reading and listening resources and activities can be found here. IT´S A MUST!!
Ted-Ed Videos: The TED-Ed project — TED’s education initiative — makes short video lessons worth sharing, aimed at educators and students. Within TED-Ed’s growing library of lessons, you will find carefully curated educational videos, many of which are collaborations between educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform.
Videocyborg: This amazing tool lets you download videos from any platform, even from youtube. To download a video, just get the link, copy/paste it into the box and download it. You can choose to download the video or just the audio.

123apps.comThis is a great tool to work with audio and video. It’s free, easy to use and you don’t even need to register. What can you do on this page?

  • Cut video or audio ( you need to upload it from your computer)
  • Join two audio tracks
  • Convert video and audio from one format into another
  • Easily record video and audio ( and then download it)

PDFtools: This is a great tool to work with PDF. It’s free, easy to use and you don’t even need to register. What can you do on this page?  Pretty much everything.

  • Convert a PDF into a Word document and  Word into PDF.
  • Split a PDF or merge them.
  • Sign or add page numbers to the  PDF.
  • Remove or extract PDF pages.

PRINTwhatyoulike: Just enter the URL, edit the page getting rid of anything you don’t want to print, and then print it.

BITLYSometimes we have to give our students a long URL which seems almost impossible to type without making a mistake. Instead of writing this long URL, use bit.ly to shorten it. To do it, paste the long link in the search box and that’s it.

PIXABAY: Free pictures and videos to download.

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