Language Guide languageguide. Org/english, this is an online picture dictionary, with everything from the alphabet to parts of the body to farm animals. Oxford University Press m/learning_resources, this site from Oxford University Press has activities to practice spelling, grammar, pronunciation, and listening. Includes quizzes, grammar explanations, and discussion forums for students. For teachers, includes classroom ideas on all subjects as well as discussion forums. The California Distance Learning Project cdlponline. Org, read and listen to a news stories on topics including working, housing, money and health, then work on activities based on the stories including matching pairs, vocabulary, and quiz questions. I hope some of these sites prove useful. Enjoy! And please add your own favorite sites in the comments.
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