寫作資源【教學】分類
該網站以發展互動式英語多媒體教學產品為主, 並持續研發及引入優良英語教學內容。其網站開放的線上英語學習區共分為: (a) 頭條英文 (b) 每日一句 (c) 情境對話 (d) 商業會話(e) 生活字彙 等五大區。
該網站適合1~6歲之初學者使用,網頁設計相當活潑生動,並提供許多練習題,學習者可藉由做練習測試自己的理解力。
該網站提供遊戲設計供教師作為教學參考,教師可下載這些遊戲作為課程設計的一部份,這些遊戲是針對初學者所設計。
該網站提供多種課程設計供教師參考,例如對字彙、文法的教法,並詳細列出每一項設計活動所需的時間。
該網站提供兒童英語教學者課程設計作為參考,此外,教學者可由此連結到提供課堂活動參考的網站,並可直接在網路上與其他教學者做溝通,分享彼此的教學心得及活動。
該網站提供許多有趣的英語教學遊戲及唱歌音樂律動的教學示例,還有許多連結到其他有關英語教學遊戲的好站,供老師們做參考。
該網站是針對幼稚園到八歲的小朋友所設計的網站,提供老師教學上的遊戲教材,並教導家長如何和孩子一同遊戲及學習。
該網站提供了許多可愛的遊戲及活動可免費下載,例如crossword puzzles、word searches、coloring pages等。
該網站內容十分充實,包含聽力、閱讀、寫作、文法、教案、發音等,提供老師在教學上的教材及方法,還有商業英文、英文報紙、雜誌等可供程度較高的讀者進修和學習。
該網站的遊戲分為五大部分,從簡單的自我介紹到語言學習的遊戲,並以條列式標明教學的目標及流程供老師們參考。
該網站介紹了許多簡單的遊戲及方法如TPR,提供老師在教音標、閱讀、和字彙時參考運用,以增加教學內容的趣味性。
該網站除了英語新聞之外,還包含了單字用法的解析、流行英語、片語、情境英語等等,例句豐富、說明清楚,是個很不錯的學習網站喔。
該網站分為兩部分:Students(提供許多互動的測驗、主題式的課程等)和Teachers(提供教案設計及教材的相關資源、連結等)。
該網站分為兩部分:Students(包含語言學習的技巧、測驗、節日的介紹)和Teachers(包含教學的技巧、遊戲的設計、節日的介紹)。
該網站的內容包括字彙、閱讀、文法、聽力、遊戲、線上查詢系統、聊天室等,還有供教師參考的資源,內容非常多元化,學生、老師均適用。
該網站全都是簡體字,但它提供了22個簡單易懂的遊戲,讓老師在教字母時可以加以運用。
該網站是由教育部製作,提供各冊現成教案及學習單、活動資料等,內容齊全,老師們寫教案時可以參考。
該網站提供教材資源與計畫、實用英語、國外網站、國中英語教材資源等,在英語教學聽說讀寫各方面都有相當豐富的資料可供教師參考。
該網站引進英美教學資源產品,並提供英文教師訓練研習課程的相關資訊,教師們可參考「教學祕笈」、「教室情境佈置」單元,豐富其教學活動。
該網站介紹了許多有趣的成語,從A到Z排列,點選進去還有該成語的由來,可以讓讀者對美國的文化、語言有更深一層的認識。
該網站提供了許多有趣的成語,並說明在何種情境下使用,另外還有美國俚語、諺語的介紹及華人學生常犯的錯誤等等,值得學習。
該網站介紹了美國常用的俚語,從A到Z排列,讓讀者可以一目了然,另外,它藉著例句來解釋其意思及用法,非常清楚。
該網站是以聽與說的口語英文為主,內容包括日常生活對話、美國食物介紹、美國求生手冊、電子郵件範例、英語幽默選集、籃球英語等等,解釋及例句都很詳盡。
該網站提供老師許多教學上的點子,如遊戲、歌唱、繞口令、教學技巧等,每個部分均有一個簡單的建議和流程,適合兒童美語的教師作參考。
該網站提供許多教學上的活動,而且每天都會更新,活動內容十分豐富,並附帶介紹活動進行的流程、教學的目標、時間、學生程度等等。
該網站提供許多有趣的字卡、圖片、學習單、遊戲、歌曲等,更可以免費列印,另外還有相關的連結供教師或父母作參考。
該網站將A到Z的童謠、繞口令很清楚的呈現出來,還提供老師一些教學上的技巧及應用的方法,此外,圖片非常生動有趣,很能吸引小朋友。
該網站介紹了一些有趣的童謠,而且搭配的圖畫非常有趣且貼切,另外還有其他連結提供世界各國的童謠喔。
You can find a list of crossword puzzles, quizzes, vocabulary lists, and so on. Teachers can make use of the list for curriculum design.
While searching for English teaching & learning sites, I found that some of them are members only; that means you have to join the members or to pay for a course. If you are not a member, you can only enjoy a little part of the web resources. But it’s a little different that it argues that you can get college English credits after finishing the course.
---” I think this website is very useful and interesting for the teacher who wants to teach English in Taiwan. No matter you are a foreign or Taiwanese teacher, you can get more and more different experiences of teaching from the author’s point of view. Many American people want to come here for teaching English but they do not know there are some difficulties and the cultural difference to affect the teaching ways ideas. He points out this phenomenon and provides his valuable observation for those people. From the website we can see gain the various samples and comprehend their feelings. What is “Taiwan” to a foreigner’s eye on earth? How about the situation of teaching English in Taiwan?
提供幼兒教學動畫、打字訓練遊戲、英語學習等。
content: notebook/日常生活對話/美國食物介紹/美國求生手冊/電子郵件範例/英文幽默選集等。
Almost every ESL website make mention of this site. This site is highly valued by most people. It is easy to navigate, you’ll never get lost in this website. Since this website is already on Teacher’s list, so there is no need to introduce this site. (I really enjoy learning from “the tip of the day”.)
BBC is famous in UK. This website provides lots of information of education and language learning. In BBC world service, you can view the web pages in traditional Chinese, so it’s convenient for beginners. I once found a sub-website of tweenies in BBC learning homepage (under the “school” category), which is very useful for Teaching English to children. Education Web Guide listed out all key words of education, so you can fetch the information you want by one easy click of the mouse.
This site provides many interesting activities for teaching children, like chants, finger plays, games, tongue twisters and some teaching tips. The structure of this site is simple; so you can get the information you want easily and never get tired of this site.. The most important of all, you won’t have the fear of receiving too much information.
This is a sub-website from New York Times. It updated daily and list out great resources for teachers, students and parents. Resources for teacher include Daily Lesson Plan, Lesson Plan Archive, News Snapshot, Crossword Puzzle, Affiliate Program, Advisory Board, Quote of the Day, Campus Web lines, Education News, Newspaper in Education (NIE) Teacher Resources, Classroom Subscriptions. “News summaries” and “On this day in history” are convenient and interesting information for teachers.
Here at the Funland, you'll find resources for language teaching and learning, linguistics study, and other miscellaneous resources.
you can get the quick idea of this website for one glance of the title. The categories include students, interactive exercises, messages, good school guide, ELT books and teachers.
Too much information…I don’t have time to check all the sites…
此為內容相當豐富的英語網站,裡面有英語文法、片語、發音、遊戲、情境式教學活動設計…等的資料庫,也有相關網站的連結。並可線上查詢單字,不但適合英語教學者,也對想學好英文的人很有幫助喔!
提供師者教室管理的方法,並有對話式英語,教導如何讓學生開口說話的技巧。另外,還有文法的句型,如何讓學生去練習並引起他們的興趣。還有遊戲小測驗及相關字彙,知道在節日到時,可以用上哪些字彙。
知識性:所有的文法都跟課本息息相關,但絕不是死板版的教學喔,一切都是「動畫」方式來呈現的!還有線上撥放聽講及即時測驗!只要來過一次包你愛不釋手。 互動性:在這裡可以馬上學、馬上測驗自己吸收了多少,是一個很棒的自學方式喔。 *這裡的英語學習跟一般的網站完全不一樣,絕對會是你在學習英語的路途中一個少不了的好幫手。老師也強烈推薦這裡喔!
網上英語教室﹐提供兒童、青少年、成人英語及商務英語等四個課程。
This site supplies as many games in English teaching as possible. Most games are complete including their aims, students’ level, time, materials needed, and what background knowledge the students need. They cover all forms of language acquisition, but specifically target oral communication. You might even find something here that you like doing! One thing almost all of these activities have in common is that they are designed to get the students up out of their seats and communicating using English.
The games in this website are divided into 3 parts, games for vocabulary practice, conversation games, and music games. This site is one of the fewest sites supporting games full with diagrams and pictures. The descriptions for the games are by step to step and we teachers can easily understand and demonstrate. This site also tells us games are used to provide kids or adolescents extra motivation to learn the target language with their peers. But a game is not for sake of games but for giving students more opportunities to practice target language.
There is no denying that each name for every game supported here is the most fascinating I’ve ever seen. For example, $100,000 Pyramid, Mission Impossible, Crazy Word Chains, Dice of Fortune, etc. I think students, especially kids or adolescents, will draw their attentions to the games at the first sight. Although some games just want students practice again and again, they have already achieved the desired effect, that is, learning with fun.
As you can see from the address for this website, people can “post” their ideas not only ideas for games and anything beneficial to our English teaching. Anything to be posted has to present what’s the subject, how’s the students’ level, and what you call for the game or activity. Some people even post their materials needed for the game. For me, though this site put the description of games into words that I sometimes get loss, I still can see what the other teacher’s ideas and experiences helpful for my teaching.
Most of games this site supports are samples from a book, Edutainment How to Teach English with Fun and Games. And these samples still work especially for the level of beginners. Not only they are easy to perform for teacher but comprehensible for students.
Discuss three sections: language decay, Neo-grammarians, and social bounding of “Why do languages change?” And some languages families: Indo-European, Sino- Tibetan, Uralic, and Afro-Asiatic….
Historical linguistics includes several sub-disciplines: Etymology, Dialectology, Phonology, Morphology, and Syntax that change over the time. Provide simple comparative method and Indo-European languages….
Introduce Sir William Jones, who proposed the hypothesis of “Indo-European languages.” Describe some sub-families: Indo- Iranian, Italic, Celtic, Greek, Armenian…. However Finno-Ugric: “ Hungarian, Finnish, Saami….” doesn’t belong to it….
Introduce “What are language families?”, and ten language families in detail: The Indo-European, Uralic, Altaic, Sino-Tibetan, Malayo-Polynesian, Afro-Asiatic, Caucasian, Dravidian, Austro-Asiatic, and Niger-Congo. And other language families….
Provide exercises of Indo-European roots, Grimm’s Law and comparative reconstruction. Introduce English ancestors, relatives, Language families, language variation, types of language change, and change and language values….
Introduce some contents of General Indo-European, Anatolian, Balkan and Tocharian, Baltic, Celtic, Germanic, Hellenic, Indic, Iranian, Italic, and Slavic. Provide answers about the comparative method….
這個網站是空中英語文摘, 主要是配合他們出版的雜誌使用, 這裡我特別要介紹每日一句這個專欄, 常常我們中文能朗朗上口的句子, 英語要如何說, 例如: 他的話被當耳邊風: His words went in one ear and out the other. 有其父必有其子: Like father, like son.
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