Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
"25 Ideas for Using Audio Scripts in the ELT Classroom" by Philip Haines, English Language Teaching Global Blog, Oxford University Press. Many ELT student books come with audio scripts at the back. Learn 25 new ideas for how to make better use of this resource.
"10 Dictation Activities - Breathing New Life into an Old Staple" - provided by ESLgames.com. Dull, lengthy dictations are no longer so prevalent in most ESL classrooms, however, there is some value in the format, and used in moderation, dictation activities can be a useful and stimulating exercise.
Activities at Randall’s ESL Cyber Listening Lab focus on everyday English comprehension skills at three levels based on content, voices, vocabulary, and natural speed. A combination of adult, teenage, and children’s voices are included.
Learn English (and other languages) by watching videos of popular songs. Students follow along with the lyrics and use either a drop list to select or type in the correct missing word. Of course be selective about which songs you choose for young learners.