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03/13/16
Using Internet Web-sites for Listening comprehension and Pronunciation
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CAEL Website – Listening Resources

http://www.cael.ca

Go to Educators Materials - EAP Practice links

This is an excellent site that includes listening strategies, improving bad listening habits, academic listening skills, and
links to some of the best listening resources such as CBC and Swiss Radio International.

Randall ’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab

http://www.esl-lab.com

A great web-site for listening practice at three levels: general listening activities,
listening for academic purposes, and long conversations with real video.

BBC World Service

http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/

This site is designed to help English students listen to the news events, jobs, sports, and music and includes transcripts.

The English Listening Lounge

http://www.englishlistening.com

Practice at three different levels, complete question & answer sections, and follow along with listening transcripts.

ESL Wonderland – Activities for ESL Students

http://www.eslwonderland.com

A wide rang of listening comprehension activities accompanied by readings and transcripts.

CBC – Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

http://www.cbc.ca This site has headline news and live radio. Also check out the large collection of podcasts on science (Quirks and Quarks.)

NPR –NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO

This site has a vast collection of commercial-free podcasts from
their radio broadcasts. http://www.npr.org/sections/npr-extra/2015/01/26/379428852/npr-launches-a-new-podcast-directory

TED

A fabulous collection of short videos of short speeches by famous intellectuals and designers. TED

CNN

http://www.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/index.html

Breaking news transcripts and real audio.

CNN Newsroom

http://turnerlearning.com/newsroom/index.html

Half- hour radio programs designed for North-American high-school students.

Great Speeches

http://www.chicago-law.net/speeches/speech.html

Famous speeches by John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Richard Nixon, Malcom X, etc.

Internet Talk Radio Archives

http://museum.media.org/radio

Archives of early internet radio broadcasts for English speakers.

Audio for ESL/EFL

http://www.manythings.org/listen/

Phonetics— The Sounds of American English—from the University of Iowa

This is a great site for showing how the mouth forms various sounds in English. A moving diagram demonstrates the position of the mouth, tongue and lips.

http://soundsofspeech.uiowa.edu/

On-line Dictionary

http://www.macmillandictionary.com/options.html
This new online dictionary from MacMillan has a choice of American or British pronunciations.

Interesting things for ESL students (pronunciation site)

http://www.manythings.org/e/pronunciation.html

Learn English is a free, on-line, educational resource helping ESL and EFL students to learn English words. The flash site incorporates over 1,500 English words and phrases you can hear it spoken. http://www.learn-english.co.il/

Vocabulary websites!

Dictionary sites

GRAMMAR SITES

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