EAL, ESL, ELL, EIL: Do you know what the acronyms stand for? Acronym Dictionary online.

Internet resouces for EAL, ESL, ELL, EIL, and TESOL.

Manitoba (EAL) http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/k12/cur/eal/

ESL Galaxy has worksheet and grades level activities. http://www.esl-galaxy.com/prefixsuffix.html

Babble: Learn some languages right now. Try it. https://lp.babbel.com/d/ENG_index.html?utf8=%E2%9C%93&l2=ALL&locale=en

Dave's ESL Cafe - http://www.eslcafe.com/grammar.html

Ontario (ESL) http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/secondary/esl912currb.pdf

Saskatchewan (EAL) http://www.publications.gov.sk.ca/deplist.cfm?d=11&c=3602

Alberta (ELL) Supporting English Language Learners http://www.learnalberta.ca/content/eslapb/index.html

TESL Internet review of sources http://www.tesol.org/connect/tesol-resource-center

Skimming overview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2qLUdRe-RY 

Skimming & Scanning to study for the IELTS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQ-IrORkiFA 

9 Best ESL Apps from the Busy Teacher http://busyteacher.org/12155-9-best-mobile-apps-for-esl-students.html

Other internet resources:
This site was created by Ontario teacher Magda Kalinowska. 

 Grammar exercises

This site has been operating for years and has gained international recognition.  Created by Dave Sperling in California, the site has resources for the teaching and learning of ESL, but also ESL job information and advertisements.

This web site is maintained by teacher volunteers.  It has socially-conscious ESL materials, such as environmental education worksheets.

This web site is a collection of over 215 puzzles which cover nouns, verbs, opposites and so on.

Flash cards cover a broad range of topics and are available in three sizes.  Choose the ESL flashcards link at the top of the page

This well-stocked site has lots of ESL handouts, worksheets and other teaching tools.

Created by a 28 year veteran ESL teacher and Author, Judie Haynes, this site offers tips, lesson plans (66 of them), 230 downloads, discussion topics, answers to your ESL questions and an extensive list of web sites  specifically for elementary students.

Designed particularly for K-6 students, but also good for beginning high school students, this site includes colouring sheets, stickers, flash cards, games, worksheets and a language resource room.

Students can listen to daily conversations on hundreds of topics and answer questions about the section they listen to.  The conversation are sorted according to three different levels – “easy, medium, and difficult.”  There are also some video shorts with corresponding questions as well.

Research on ESL in the CML Review. 

Practice tests and exercises.  

For Adult ESL Students:

-Grammar lessons https://www.englishgrammar101.com/ 

-FluentU  http://www.fluentu.com/english/educator/blog/esl-speaking-activities-for-adults/

-ESL Galaxy http://www.esl-galaxy.com/adults.html 

-ESL Games for Adults http://eslgames.com/

-Pay for it exercises for Adult ESL  https://esllibrary.com

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