Website links for English teachers:

Cambridge exam preparation:
http:// www.flo-joe.co.uk
The place on the Web for Cambridge exam preparation! This website is for teachers or students of the Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) the Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English? It contains up-to-date advice about the Cambridge FCE, CAE or CPE exams, grammar, vocabulary and exam practice for students and extra classroom resources for teachers.


Cambridge ESOL homepage on-line Teaching Resources. Very extensive page with detailed exam information for teachers, including classroom activities and materials to prepare candidates for Cambridge ESOL exams. Free downloads of exam handbooks and answer keys. Detailed exam information, including sample papers and answer keys for recent exams.
Official Cambridge English preparation materials webpage with links and all the information you need to prepare your exam.
Cambridge ESOL exam regulations. General exam regulations for the current year.
Information about seminars and workshops, teaching materials and presentations for schools.
Practice exercises and tips for the PET speaking test.

Resources for teachers :


The EFL Playhouse is a resource for teachers of young learners
Activities, games and fun ideas for teaching children English.
Excellent site for making your own word searches and crosswords. You can make a word search for students within literally a few minutes.


ESL & EFL children's resources for English teachers and parents. Over 1,000 flashcard images, hundreds of worksheets, crafts, games, jobs and lots more.


BBC World Service. Excellent website with a range of activities to help students with their English and a wealth of resources for teachers.


Excellent page. Full of useful links and teaching resources for school teachers.

Lots of free ideas here and you can also subscribe either to the online/printed version. It's full of topical teaching ideas. Probably the most popular general teaching magazine.
Lots of news, activities, on-line chats at this site.
Excellent website. Bang up-to-date newspaper articles with different exercises and activities to use in class. Indexed by level and topic. Watch the level - it tends to be much higher than it says. Sometimes it's good to simply take an article and do your own thing with it.
Online magazine and free resources.
Supplementary material really meant to be used with the Reward series of books, but it's full of great ideas.
Online magazine, mixture of teaching ideas and articles on different methodologies and what's new in TEFL. Excellent contents. You can register free to receive notification of the issues via email. It's run by Mario Rinvolucri, who is very well respected in TEFL circles. It's based on the humastic style of teaching.
This website Features lesson plans, 3 teaching tips, downloads, discussion topics, and resource picks.

The TEFL World:
Keep up to date with what's happening in the TEFL world.


Very active site with discussion forums (contributors worldwide) and job site. This site is known as "Dave's café".
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