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    1.       Kelly, C. &  Kelly,  L.  1997.  Interesting things for ESL/EFL students (fun English study).  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from http://www.manythings.org

    This site contains a wide variety of activities for English language learners of every level.  Activities include listen and repeat podcasts, grammar quizzes, vocabulary games, songs, and jokes. (Score 16)

    2.      Camus, L.  2008.  Learn English.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.tolearnenglish.com

    This site contains hundreds of interactive quizzes.  One particularly good feature is that on the site the user can get exactly the kind of practice s/he needs at the correct difficulty level by typing in the topic and the level desired.  This site is a great resource! (Score 16)

     

    3.       About.com:  The New York Times Company.  2008.   English as a 2nd language:  Learn English.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from http://esl.about.com

    This site is full of activities and great information for students and teachers.   Students at any level of English can find quizzes, vocabulary drills, dialogues with audio and comprehension quizzes, pronunciation and listening activities, and tips (with examples and audios) to improve grammar, reading skills, pronunciation, and conversation skills.  Although the site can be confusing it has so many possible links, it has a wealth of information for the ELL student and teacher. (Score 15)

    4.      Cintron, K.  1999.  Karin’s ESL partyland.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.eslpartyland.com

    This site was created by an ELL teacher for other teachers and ELL students.  It has interactive quizzes and lessons for students and lesson plans and reproducible materials for teachers.  It also has discussion forums, chat rooms and job boards.  (Score 15)

    5.       Jennings, S.  2004.  Free English educational resources.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.speak-read-write.com

     

    This site enumerates, describes, and ranks 40 websites with free materials or information available from job opportunities for teachers to free printable flashcards, games, songs, etc. (Score 15)

     

    6.      Caplan-Carbin, L.  2008.  English online interactive.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.englishinteractive.net

    This site has many links to interactive audio quizzes and activities, animated grammar presentations, and illustrations of verb tenses with interactive audio.  (Score 15)

    7.      Sharon Widmayer and Holly Gray.  2001.  Sounds of English.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.soundsofenglish.org

    This site has handouts and tips for teachers on everything from teaching literacy to improving pronunciation and listening.  For students, it has activities and exercises on pronouncing similar words such as hot and hat which are complete with audio and visual examples.  Although the explanations could be a little complicated and wordy for ESL students, they could be helpful for teachers or advanced learners still struggling with pronunciation. (Score 15)

    8.       Randall Davis.  1998.  Randall’s ESL cyber listening lab.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.esl-lab.com

    This site has hundreds of general or basic listening quizzes as well as listening quizzes for academic purposes, vocabulary lessons, or conversations with videos.  Although the focus is mainly on listening skills, it does allow students to focus on specific listening skills.  (Score 15)

    9.    ESL Newsletter.  2003.  Free English tests.  Retrieved July 17, 2008 from www.english-test.net

    This site literally contains 1406 English tests on grammar, synonyms, common errors, idiomatic expressions, etc.  It also contains links for other tests, articles, stories, worksheets and stories.  (Score 15)