I asked the teachers at Oxford House to share their favourite Online resources. The list below has been split into three categories to make it easier to navigate. Please add your own favourite websites below. Try to include a brief description, thanks!
Websites for teaching kids
http://www.cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com – a large compliation iof websites for kids and teens of all levels.
http://www.bogglesworld.com – great flash cards.
http://dltk-kids.com printable activities.
Websites for teaching teens
http://xtranormal.com – create your own animations to perform dialogues. Make sure to create your own account before using this in a lesson. Be aware there is a limited number of videos each free account can create.
http://www.stripgenerator.com – create your own cartoon strips.
Websites for teaching adults
http://www.ted.com – for video. Wide range of interesting talks with subtitles. Good for higher levels.
http://www.elpais.com/misc/herald/herald.pdf – English verson of the Spanish newspaper El Pais, PDF format.