With your help, our intention is to expand this part of
the site as time goes on. It will provide all kinds of materials
to help you with your teaching - from .
Below are some of the online resources we recommend. Please
tell us about any sites you find useful and which should be
added to this list
On-line support for language teaching professionals from the people who bring you the exams
Provides ideas on teaching, lesson plans, exercises, quizzes,
materials for teachers of literature, forums, communities.
Free materials – tips, lesson plans, articles- for teachers
which will help you with your teaching at whatever stage of
your career. Access to teacher networks and professional development
For teachers wishing to update their knowledge of ELT and
educational technology and to network with colleagues all
over the world. A news, information and networking tool for
English language teaching professionals with a searchable
ELT specific database of journal articles.
Flo-Joe was set up in April 2000 by a small team of Cambridge
exam teachers and coursebook authors. It provides extra classroom
resources for teachers, news, updates and resources for Cambridge
exams and a place to share exam ideas with other teachers
from around the world.
Language teaching examined from a humanistic perspective:
discussion, articles, lesson plans. Published 6 times a year,
edited Mario Rinvolucri.
Teaching tips, lesson plans, forums, monthly newsletter, book
reviews and recommendations
A site developed by the British Council to support the work
of teachers working with English Literature. These pages consist
of a series of activities for teachers to use with classes,
and notes to support these.
Macmillan's site offering relevant, frequently updated materials
for use in the classroom as well as a wide range of support
edufind.com is an online service operated by the Digital Education
Network providing students and education professionals with
information and resources on the Internet.
Please contact us if you discover
a website that should be added to this list or if you would
like to share teaching materials with us.
Specialising in English, Drama and Media Studies from primary
to post-16, the online Teachit library offers over 5,000 pages
of classroom materials, schemes of work, lesson plans and
teaching tools, all created by working teachers and constantly