Bibliothèque Angellier

 

 

Sites Internet

I - Les préférés :

 

http://school.discovery.com/
lessons, matching activities, automatic gap fills, multiple-choice generator, etc.

http://www.speak-read-write.com/
This site provides teaching resources, study materials, and links for students and teachers. The focus is on English as a second language (ESL), teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL), or teaching or learning English as a foreign language (EFL).

Country Profiles : full profiles provide an instant guide to history, politics and economic background of countries and territories, and background on key institutions. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/country_profiles/default.stm
They also include audio or video clips from BBC archives.


http://iteslj.org/
The Internet TESL Journal
For Teachers of English as a Second Language
Articles, Research Papers, Lessons Plans, Classroom Handouts, Teaching Ideas & Links
Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English as a Second Language (ESL), this project of The Internet TESL Journal (iteslj.org) has thousands of contributions by many teachers.
In addition to publishing articles, The Internet TESL Journal has a wide range of materials for ESL/EFL teachers such as online textbooks, classroom game and activity ideas and a large list of conversation questions. For students there is a large collection of activities including quizzes and crossword puzzles. This paper will present an overview of what is available on these websites.

 

II - Les autres :

 

http://www.breakingnewsenglish.com/
Title : Breaking News English.com
Description: Ready-to-use EFL / ESL lesson plans based on current affairs.
Graded news articles, listenings and communicative activities.
The lessons are free.
There is a new lesson each day at two different levels.
All lessons are based on stories currently in the news - as the world's news breaks, teach it.
All lessons are also downloadable in Word.doc and PDF formats.
Listening files can be downloaded in mp3 format or subscribed to via a podcast.
Classroom handouts are readily reproducible.
There is a graded listening for each level every day.
Teachers can easily copy and paste the parts of the lessons they want to use.

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/index.html
The New York Times Learning Network is a free service for students in grades 3-12, their teachers and parents. The site is updated Monday through Friday throughout the year.
Students can read the day's top stories using Knowledge Tools, take a news quiz about today's world, and play special crossword puzzles. Students can also submit a letter to the editor, ask a reporter a question, or submit a science question and search through the Science Q&A archive. They can also expand their vocabularies and practice their verbal test-taking skills, and even take a Web Exploration on a variety of topics.
Teachers can access a daily lesson plan for grades 6-12, written in partnership with The Bank Street College of Education in New York City. Each lesson plan and the article it references can be printed out for classroom use. Previous lessons are available in the archive and in thematic lesson plan units. Teachers can also use News Snapshot, aimed for grades 3-5, to explore current events through New York Times photos and related questions. The site additionally provides teachers with the latest education news from the newspaper


http://www.voanews.com/learningenglish/home/ et http://www.voanews.com/english/news/
The Voice of America, which first went on the air in 1942, is a multimedia international broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors. VOA broadcasts more than 1,000 hours of news, information, educational, and cultural programming every week to an estimated worldwide audience of more than 100 million people.
For nearly 50 years, Voice of America’s worldwide audience has used Special English to not only learn American English but also to learn about American society and culture and stay informed about world news and developments in science, education, sports, and the arts.
Visit the Special English web page at www.VOANews.com/specialenglish/. You’ll find all the latest news, and stories you can read, listen to, watch, or download – all at your convenience. We offer podcasts, RSS feeds, and news updates by e-mail.
Care to mix your learning with fun? Try the Games with Words section. It features crossword puzzles and “Hangman” games, among other activities

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/audiointerviews/
It has a collection of interviews, originally produced for the radio, with people as diverse as Hitchcock or Chomsky.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/index.shtml
Learning English - News English - Business English - Watch and Listen - Grammar and Vocabulary - Communicate - Quizzes - The Flatmates - Webcast - Teachers - English by Radio - FAQ

http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/inthenews/
Each news story has a ten question quiz to test your understanding of the news.

http://www.esl-lab.com/
It provides a large selection of listening activities.

http://www.thestoryteller.org.uk/
The Storyteller contains traditional and contemporary stories from all over the world, with notes for teachers and trainers on how the tales can be exploited. Other features include articles on the art of storytelling as well as details of publications and services that might be of interest. The resources are provided free of charge and the costs are covered by the publisher.

http://www.edhelper.com/

http://www.bized.ac.uk/ et http://themecraft.net/cat/Teaching%20resources

http://eleaston.com/ : English online Materials for Teaching & Learning (E.L. Easton)

http://www.biography.com/search/index.jsp
This Website is provided by A&E Television Networks AETN provides users with access to a rich collection of online resources, including forums and message boards, book clubs, and opportunities to post eyewitness accounts (all of the foregoing, the "Interactive Community"), classroom assistance, television listings, quizzes, polls, shopping services, searchable databases, specialized content, and branded programming, through its network of properties (all of the foregoing, the "Services").

 

 

 

VOCABULAIRE, GRAMMAIRE, JEUX, etc.

http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/trouindx.htm#adj
ESL Blue (cf. page "portail" plus bas)
Diagnostic Quiz, Adjectives, Animated Grammar Tutorials, To be, Common Errors, Quizzes, Grammar Troubleshooting, Past Tenses, Present Progressive, Present Simple, Present Tenses Simple versus Progressive, Reading Text, Verbs: Modals, Infinitives, gerunds, etc., Vocabulary: Problem, Words
Pre-intermediate to high-intermediate level English

ESL loop : http://www.esloop.org/cgi-bin/esloop?ring=esloop&list

http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/

http://www.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/errors.html

http://www.esl-lounge.com/ : esl-lounge: Free ESL Lesson Materials for TEFL and TESOL teachers. Grammar, reading comprehension, worksheets, song lyrics, board games, pronunciation, flashcards, surveys, role plays and more. Many levels. All free and printable. Also on site: Teachers' forum, TEFL Guide, Student site, ESL links, teachers' embarrassing tales.

http://www.edufind.com/english/grammar/toc.cfm
Though the site is actually part of the promotion of a book, it does offer plenty of free material (explanations for most of the basic grammar that students need).

http://www.angelfire.com/pq/pic/pic1.html
Students (lower level students) have to match pictures and words.VOCABULAIRE : mots nouveaux : http://www.wordspy.com/topwords.asp
This Web site is devoted to lexpionage, the sleuthing of new words and phrases. These aren't "stunt words" or "sniglets," but new terms that have appeared multiple times in newspapers, magazines, books, Web sites, and other recorded sources.

 

http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0907017.html
étymologie grecque et latine des mots anglais
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Amazing Language Facts - Persons Speaking a Language Other than English at Home, 2000 - Most Widely Spoken Languages in the World - Idioms and Proverbs - Acronyms and Other “Onyms” - Palindromes - Anagrams - Greetings Around the World
Say Thank You - Saying “Merry Christmas” or “Season's Greetings”Around the World - Saying “Happy New Year!” Around the World - The International Language of Love - Latin Words and Phrases - Foreign Words and Phrases - Secret Languages / Mystery Messages - Making Wishes - What Colors Mean - Say It with Flowers - American Sign Language and Braille -ow to Write a Complaint Letter - Forms of Address - Common Abbreviations - Whatchamacallits, or Names for the Little Things - Latin and Greek Word Elements - Glossary of Poetry Terms - See also: Tongue Twisters - Asian Loan Words - Spanish Loan Words - Spanish Place Names - American Indian Loan Words - American Indian Place Names - Names of the Days of the Week - Names of the Months - Origins of State Names - Weather Words - Clothes Words - How the Planets and Satellites Got Their Names - Space Glossary - Word and Grammar Games


http://homepage.eircom.net/~seaghan/why.htm

http://www.gameskidsplay.net/

http://www.eduplace.com/tales/


http://www.armoredpenguin.com/crossword/ The Crossword puzzle maker is used to make simple crossword puzzles. It turns out that good crossword puzzles of the type found in newspapers are fairly hard to generate, and require a pool of lots of words, not all of which are used. This program puts all of the words you specify (no more, no less) into a simple crossword puzzle.

http://school.discovery.com/quizcenter/quizcenter.html
Quiz Center is a powerful tool you can use to create, administer, and grade quizzes online. Without any Web development background whatsoever, you'll be able to make online quizzes that provide instant feedback to you and your students.
Quiz Center is the most flexible and comprehensive quiz-making application on the Web-and it's free!
On y trouve aussi des quiz tout faits.

http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/

http://a4esl.org/q/f/
Flash Quizzes for English Study
These pages require the (free) Flash Player plug-in (Version 4 or Newer).

http://esl4kids.net/games.html
Games for Language Learners. Games and childhood are natural allies. What child doesn't like to have fun? And what adult doesn't look back in fond remembrance on the games of his or her childhood? More than just entertaining, however, many traditional children's games are easily adapted for use in the ESL or EFL setting.

http://www.linguarama.com/ps/index.html
POSTSCRIPT is Linguarama's self-study magazine for learners of English. It is intended to help students improve their business English, either during or after their Linguarama course. Each issue has a theme on which many of the exercises are based, for example Sales, Personnel or Banking. There are exercises on reading, writing, grammar, pronunciation, style, vocabulary and usage and each exercise has an answer key so that you can correct your work yourself online.

http://englishplus.com/grammar/letrcont.htm
Letter Writing Rules.

http://www.stpt.usf.edu/pms/intro.html
Some people write well but allow themselves to be disabled by a fear of punctuation and grammar. They know how to prewrite, organize, and revise, but proofreading for punctuation and grammar causes them difficulties. There’s no need to fear these conventions of standard written English. In fact, these conventions can help you become a more effective communicator

Funny, unusual or fascinating facts and figures

http://www.amusingfacts.com/

www.corsinet.com/trivia/

http://www.kidsplanet.org/factsheets/map.html

Fun quiz on dinosaurs : http://school.discovery.com/quizzes/cc_jobeh/dinotest1.html

 

Comment fabriquer un beau diplôme :
http://teachers.teach-nology.com/web_tools/certificates/

 

Musique et paroles de chansons :


http://lyrics.astraweb.com/

http://www.azlyrics.com/

http://www.lyrics.com/

http://www.sing365.com/

.http://www.towerofenglish.com/fpxdefpDisneyLyrics.html

http://www.esl-kids.com/songs/songs.html

http://www.musicalenglishlessons.org/index-ex.htm

http://www.anglik.net/teflsongs.htm

 

ENFANTS

http://abcteach.com/
beaucoup de matériel pédagogique (du gratuit, du payant) : colouring books, crosswords, wordsearches, colour alphabet, topic-based activities... le tout c'est de savoir s'y retrouver, mais l'effort de chercher en vaut la peine.

http://www.edhelper.com/
site payant, mais aussi des pages gratuites.

http://www.schoolexpress.com/
du payant et du gratuit.

http://www.magickeys.com/books/
illustrated children’s stories


http://www.sundhagen.com/babbooks/info.html
BAB Books On-Line is a portal to online stories and resources for kids. You will find visually oriented material, including books, short stories, artwork, and educational games brought to you by great writers, illustrator, teachers, and developers from around the world. Unlike book publishers, we do not charge commissions for electronic publishing of any stories. Our goal at BAB Books is to help educate and entertain kids and parents with great stories and additional on-line resources.


http://childhoodreading.com/

 

 

http://llt.msu.edu/
About Language Learning & Technology
Language Learning & Technology is a refereed journal which began publication in July 1997. The journal seeks to disseminate research to foreign and second language educators in the US and around the world on issues related to technology and language education.

http://www.uefap.com/index.htm
Using English for Academic Purposes. A Guide for Students in Higher Education. School of Combined Studies, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, UK.

http://elc.polyu.edu.hk/cill/default4.htm
Centre for Independent Language Learning

http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/~alzsh3/acvocab/wordlists.htm
Présentation sur le site : This site will help you expand your academic vocabulary using the Academic Word List (the AWL). All students, home students and overseas students, need to learn the technical vocabulary of their field. As learners of English preparing for academic study you also need to learn general academic vocabulary, words such as: feature, illustrate, regulate, strategy. This core academic vocabulary is used by writers in many different subject areas. Learning vocabulary from the AWL will help you improve your comprehension of academic texts. It will also help you write assignments in an academic style. Of course the basic vocabulary of English is also important for academic learners. To check if you know this basic vocabulary, look at Word Lists.

http://www.caslt.org/research/music.htm
The Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers promotes the advancement of second language teaching throughout Canada by creating opportunities for professional development, by encouraging research and by facilitating the sharing of information and the exchange of ideas among second language