Student Sites 15


¨ ESL Monkeys:

Free English-as-a-second-language learning resources for students. Search for schools and programs, books, etc.

¨ ESL Point:

An online resource where teachers and students can get the help they need whenever they need it. Links to thousands of pages of ESL/EFL-related material all categorized according to skill and difficulty.

¨ Linguistic Funland:

Especially for secondary school students (although adults can have fun here too!)…exercises and activities; links to other sites; popular songs and vocabulary games; students writing and assignments.

¨ Learn English:

All kinds of free resources for students including chat rooms

¨ ESL Blue(s):

¨ English Quizzes:

¨ Common Errors in English:

Paul Brians’ amusing look at a truly outstanding collection of the most common mistakes made in English.

¨ Online English

An advanced learners’ grammar guide for university level students.

¨ San Francisco Fine Arts Exploratorium:   

A fantastic site for students, young and old, which has been created  by the museum of science, art and human perception at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco California. You can watch how-to videos for fun after school or at-home activities from their digital library.


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