Here are some links that I have compiled recently that may be useful to ESL teachers:
1 A vocabulary profiler:
Dig out unusual words from a text
2 Tweet Speak
A site that has audio recordings of tweets so that students can hear 'real language':
3 This article argues against Chomsky's idea of a 'universal grammar' (which I also disagree with)
4 A business English lesson on Brazil's economy (with video)
5 An English lesson based around Justin Bieber (if you happen to have teenage girls in your class!)
One of the most popular PDF downloads on Roadtogrammar is the set of 100 Warm-up questions. It is now available as a web page with a prese...
If you've ever wondered why English has such odd grammar rules, here's an excerpt from the book 'English Grammar for Dummies'...
I've finished and uploaded a conversation worksheet on the topic of Globalization. This worksheet would be suitable for upper-intermed...