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!)
Here are some football words and phrases (or soccer, in US English):
I've finished and uploaded a conversation worksheet on the topic of Globalization. This worksheet would be suitable for upper-intermed...
Number four in our series of ESL videos for upper int/advanced level classes: http://www.roadtogrammar.com/videoesl/video_4_thefreeg ans/ ...
If you've ever wondered why English has such odd grammar rules, here's an excerpt from the book 'English Grammar for Dummies'...