Author
Caroline Brandt

Pub Date: 07/2006
Pages: 232

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Caroline Brandt
Links to Other Sites
The following bookstores, professional organizations, journals and magazines, and websites are popular with course participants and tutors in my experience
1. Bookstores
Amazon: www.amazon.co.uk
Blackwell’s: www.blackwells.co.uk
Bournemouth English Book Centre: www.bebc.co.uk
English Book Centre: www.ebcoxford.co.uk
English Language Bookshop: www.elb-brighton.com
KELTIC bookshop: www.keltic.co.uk
W & G Foyle Ltd: www.foyles.co.uk
Waterstone's: www.waterstones.co.uk
 
2. Professional organizations and awarding bodies
Cambridge ESOL: www.cambridgeesol.org
Trinity College London: www.trinitycollege.co.uk
School for International Training: www.sit.edu
TESOL: www.tesol.org
IATEFL: www.iatefl.org
 
3. Journals and magazines
English Language Teaching Journal: www.eltj.oxfordjournals.org
TESOL Quarterly may be found under ‘serial publications’ on the TESOL website.
Modern English Teacher: www.onlinemet.com
EL Gazette: www.elgazette.com
 
4. Websites
Dave’s ESL Café: www.eslcafe.com.

A site for ESL/EFL teachers and learners.
 
BBC World Service: www.bbcworldservice.com/learningenglish

A site for learners of English with activities and information.
 
British Council: www.britishcouncil.org

This site has information about the organization and links to their international network of teaching centres.
 
Internet TESL Journal: http://iteslj.org

A monthly web journal for teachers of English as a second language.
 
Conference alerts: www.conferencealerts.com

Sign up to receive alerts for forthcoming conferences in ELT/TESOL.
 
BBC World Service / British Council ELT/TESOL site: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk

This site has articles, activities, teaching tips and manuals.
Particularly useful for anyone starting out in a career in ELT/TESOL, and downloadable from this site, is: Robertson and Acklam’s (2000) Action Plan for Teachers: a guide to teaching English. See reference texts above
 
A site for the ‘developing language teacher’: www.developingteachers.com

This site provides weekly teaching tips and lesson plans, as well as articles, book reviews and discussion forums.