Internet Resources


Donna Price-Machado, my colleague at San Diego Community College District, shared this collection of websites from the recent TESOL conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. 
TOEFL/High level writing.  Click on "advanced writing exercises" 
10 minute resumes
Try the "superlative internet quest" and other webquests    
More treasure hunts and webquests 
Companion websites for Azar and other books

Biographical Dictionary - 28,000 men and women   

Here are some sites that I have been using successfully with students in the morning transition class (intermediate/advanced students) and the afternoon beginning class (orientation, low beginning, high beginning).  In the open lab, there are student activity sheets for each of the sites listed below.. Enjoy! 
There are listening activities here appropriate for all ESL levels.
Some of the listening activities have scripts and paragraph completion tasks. 
Again, this site has tasks for beginning through advanced levels of instruction.
The scrambled word and sentence activities are very popular.
Click on "iCards. " These cards are great for beginning students.
These digital postcards allow more advanced students to design their cards, add music, and a message.
Note:   Students must have an email address to send cards.  
Click on ěFavorite links for my studentsî and check out some of the websites my
 students enjoy.  There is a direct link to digital postcards.

Beverly Fox participated in an FSS grant with Mt. San Antonio College to create and launch a website,  The goal of the websiteis to be a virtual student services center with mini instructional modules for ESL and basic skills students..  Jayne Bernasconi, Kristi DeMersseman, Carol Gross, Marutte Hecht, and Angela Webster joined me in an introductory workshop, and we were very impressed.  Try the site using the Internet Explorer browser.

Suzanne Woodward has been designing some interesting webquests, online scavenger hunts, for her students.  Ask her for lesson ideas.  She learned about making them at the CATESOL conference in San Francisco.

Did you know that all noncredit ESL faculty have an account on our college email system?  If you haven't activated your account yet, please contact Andrew Villena. Even if you donít have email at home, there are two computers at the CLC to access college information.