INTERESTING WEBSITES

Here's a list of interesting Websites where you can find more than a pocketful of activities.

TEXTBOOK ACCESS

For Students in ESO:
Macmillan Voices e-book. Remember that you need your Username and Password to enter this website.
Extra work associated to voices, visit the Student's Website: www.voices.mac-english.com.

For students in Batxillerat:
GET IT RIGHT - OXFORD BACHILLERATO. Remember that you need your Username and Password to enter this website. Here's a 5 minute video with instrucions of how to access.

REASONS TO STUDY LANGUAGES

Do you need information about what, when, where, how to study languages? Here's your information central: http://www.anuncidioma.es/

CELL PHONE OR PAD APPS

There are some apps at CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS APPS.

OTHER INTERESTING SITES

Here's the MACMILLAN YOUTUBE CHANNEL.
The TScreen Test Films where Lynn Hirschberg of T Magazine interviews a number of celebrities for The New York Times Style Magazine.

Project Britain - Tips on culture.
TFLclips.
Macmillan Global.
Macmillan Hot Spot - Webquests and loads of lessons and activites.
There are many activities for higher levels at Macmillan Inside Out too.
Macmillan dictionary resources with plenty of exercises and printable worksheets.

Get an interactive Phonetic Chart from Macmillan's website.

Get resources and ideas from the Cambridge University Press Secondary Box.

Get loads of video based activities at Lessonstream.org. You can also have a look at Movie Segments where you will find many activities connected with... what? movie segments, of course.

OneStopEnglish.
Lots of quizzes.
British Council - Learn English Central.
Use ESLWritingWizard to make your handwriting practise worksheets.
Pearson ELT is another nice pace packed with materials and activities.
Find loads of computer resources at Technology and Education.
 
BBC Learning English: And some of their sections.
    The Flatmates.
    Exams and quizzes.
    Grammar.
    Lesson plans for teachers.

UsingEnglish.com with a number of language resources for ESL.

This channel offers loads or really interesting lectures: TED: Ideas Worth Spreading.
And here's the Cambridge Ideas Youtube channel of the Cambridge University with intresting documentaries.

XTEC - Mini Unitats Didàctiques ESO.

On Literature:
Knowing Poe.
The Internet Shakespeare Editions.
If you think that language is a virus, you're right! Visit this website on POETRY called LANGUAGE IS A VIRUS.

You may need a collection of examples on a particular grammatical strucutre but you don't want to invente them or maybe you need some food for thought, check the quotations page:

http://www.quotationspage.com/.

but if you sitll need a list of examples, you can always use corpora like the British National Corpus.

Cambridge ESOL certificates:
http://www.cambridgeesol.org/exams/general-english/index.html