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Audio for ESL/EFL: Listen and Read Along (Flash/MP3)

Audio for ESL/EFL: Listen and Read Along (Flash/MP3)
YouTube Videos Science and Technology This is 4 minutes long and use the Teleprompter Player.'Caine’s Arcade' Video Brings Fame to Creative Boy Words & Their Stories These are 5 minutes long and use the Teleprompter Player. American Stories The Tell-Tale Heart - Written by Edgar Allan Poe (Teleprompter) A Pair of Silk Stockings - Written by Kate Chopin (On YouTube.com)This is a playlist with 2 videos. (13:15) The Diamond Lens - Written by Fitz-James O'Brien (On YouTube.com)This is a playlist with 6 videos. (24 minutes) The Law of Life - Written by Jack London. President Obama Barack Obama's Weekly AddressesFor advanced students, we have a set of these. About "Listen and Read Along" These are all things that I adapted from material produced by the Voice of America (VOA). Some of these are in Flash, some are MP3 files played by a Flash player and some are hosted on YouTube.com.

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Community Club Home Community Club Firefighter Level A, Community Club What happens when the fire alarm rings? Audio books mp3 : listen and download - read the text 2 sensitive ads are blocked on this site AUDIO BOOKS - MP3 text . Free audio books mp3 files to download for esl. Audiobooks :play audio, read or print text, download mp3 zip files. Listen and download classic audio books . Custom Search Learn Songs (For ESL/EFL Students) Newest "Learn a Song" Podcast Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star - March 23, 2012 Focusing on "linking" pronunciation and the "soft-T." Learn Songs Using the Teleprompter Player

ListenAndReadAlong Reading English really can be a "world of utmost joy without suffering". That is a comment of one of our Buddhist readers. Our Reading Movies(Rovies) try to make reading an utmost joy without suffering, or at least tolerable without suffering. We're kinda like the "Johnny Appleseed" of reading. Resources and Exercises ESL/EFL Teaching/Learning ResourcesReading See also links for Concordancing and Vocabulary Text-to-Speech Programs See also Hypertext Builders < -- Tom Cobb/Chris Greaves show how to link your own text to the 1-million-word Brown corpus and the online WordNet dictionary using sound. Wire your own texts to TTS sound, Concordance + dictionary, Dictionary, or Reading-plus ... resources for every word in any text (shown on Call of the Wild or Boule de Suif pages - read the research). TextAloud MP3 < Reads text from email, web pages, reports and more, aloud on your PC.

Great Conversation Topic Examples Conversation Starters: Popular Culture Who was your favorite singer on last night’s episode of The Voice? Connect With English Introduction Introduction: An overview of the course and an introduction to the main characters in the drama. Rebecca's Dream Rebecca's Dream: The story begins as we meet Rebecca Casey, a 28-year-old Boston working woman, who dreams of becoming a singer. We also meet her boyfriend Matt who doesn't think much of her dream, and her 17-year-old brother, Kevin, who doesn't think much about the future at all. Rebecca considers applying for music school and pursuing her career full-time, rather than holding down a factory job and doing her music on the side. We also meet real-life immigrants and students who discuss the similarities between Rebecca's experiences and their own.

Black History Month February is Black History Month, a time when communities and schools give special attention to learning about the contributions and history of African Americans. We've gathered some great resources you can share with students in February — and throughout the year. Writers, illustrators, and storytellers Video interviews with children's book authors and illustrators Learning with the News! 15 Resources, Web Tools, and Apps – American TESOL Institute One way to get students to enhance their English skills is by having them read or listen to current events. Several websites report the news at a level your language learners will be able to understand. These websites also have quizzes, writing activities, listening exercises, and games to accompany the articles. Your students will be able to make a real connection to the stories, which are happening now. Below, find websites, apps, and resources for learning English with the news for young learners to adults.

Stories, Literacy, Key Stage 1 - Interactive Whiteboard Resources Tiger's House This story book is a fun activity in which pages can be turned onscreen. Choose to read or hear the story. It can help you to be safe at home. Beantime Stories On warm, sunny afternoons, you're likely to find children knocking on the door of Tippity Witchet's windmill house asking her to tell them a Beantime Story. Tippity is always happy to see them. She invites the children to pick ripe jellybeans from her garden to eat while she tells her tales. You should find a comfy place to sit and join them to hear some of their favorite stories. English Conversation Dialogues For Kids (English 4 Kids) –[Multimedia-English videos] Short stories for kids are adventurous and interesting ways to teach your children about good morals and right conduct. As kids, they are at their formative years, that is why they need to be educated with good values to make them good fit for society and family. These small English stories are not only entertaining, they teach children about several things in life. By reading a short story from this page every day, you can help your kid build values, as well as improve his reading comprehension skills.

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