I found this awesome video from EngVid where James gives four strategies one can use to understand what we hear. Several students have mentioned it is difficult to follow along during a conversation. Try some of these strategies!
Still need more help with superlative adjectives? This great website provides a variety of printable handouts that include quizzes, games, worksheets, etc. Check it out! Source: allthingsgrammar.com
Still need more help in comparative adjectives? This great website provides a variety of printable handouts that include quizzes, games, worksheets, etc. Check it out! Source: allthingsgrammar.com
Need more practice in reading comprehension! ReadTheory.org is a great resource that provides a wide variety of reading resources.
You will need your username and class code (that the instructor has for you) to access the website. It is a great way for me to monitor your progress.
Need help with understanding someone when they speak to you? Do you have trouble following along in a conversation? This website (TalkEnglish.com) has over 100 different dialogues. Each dialogue has an audio to hear, questions to answer, and transcription of the conversation.
Need help with your pronunciation? I found a website online (TalkEnglish.com) that helps English Learners pronounce specific letters and letter blends. The link below will take you to over 19 different pronunciation lessons that include a detailed description and audio.
YouTube is a valuable resource I encourage students to use. There are many instructors and videos that help explain a certain topic. For instance, if a student is having trouble with irregular verbs, a simple search on YouTube “Irregular verbs, ESL” would bring up countless results.
Every student learns in a different way. Find videos that are perfect for you! Explore!
English Lessons with James (Very detailed)
Need extra help with the verb “Be”. The following quiz will provide many examples on which verb to choose in correct situations. Source: a4esl.org
Need extra practice on verb tenses? This online quiz will provide many exmples on the various verb forms. Can you answer all of them correctly? Source: A4esl.org