But you know what? I should have doubt, for there are a lot of other people that stumble in here from time to time.
Case in point is an email I got today from Stephanie, someone who teaches her own children at home. She told me her daughter found this site and that she enjoyed the ESL Links page.
I created that page several years ago now when I was still a teacher in Shenzhen. We had it in our office computer files but no one ever looked at it. Well, now it’s helping a lot of people find fun and interesting ESL games to play, language quizzes to take, and grammar notes to memorize.
Yeah, it’s not all fun, there’s some work there too. But overall you’ll find lots of good links.
And today I’m throwing up a new one called An ESL Resource Guide for Students from a company called Five9. This awesome website landing page has tons of helpful ESL links. Here are some highlights:
If you have one-one-one students I know you’ll like some of the simple quizzes offered;
If you’ve got naughty students the grammar worksheets will quiet them down;
If you’re working on speaking and pronunciation the listening pages will treat you fine.
So all of those things are there for you to use, print out for class, or just look through for ideas. Best of all, it’s free! So good luck, and remember, summer is nearly halfway over.