ESOL lessons and exercises
Reference Tools for Research:
a large collection of periodical and digital media. Students use the
powerful, yet easy-to-use search interface to find the answers they
need from more than 2,000 magazines, newspapers, books, transcripts,
maps, images, Web links and audio/video titles, with cover-to-cover
text and article images. It delivers thousands of pictures, maps,
audio and video clips, Web links and transcripts to create a unique,
multimedia reference source for students.
an online museum, atlases covering every corner of the Earth, expeditions
such as a walking trip through the Congo
General ESOL References
a variety of lectures that are presented in video with audio. You
can choose one, play it and pause or go back to repeat words again
as often as you like. There are 2 formats for each lecture. If you
are at MCC, choose 'on-campus' as this will be much faster. If not,
you must choose 'off-campus' and be patient.
short audio segments on nature, culture and science from National
a vast archive of published articles, constantly updated. It contains
articles dating back to 1998 from more than 300 magazines and journals
on a range of topics, including business, health, society, entertainment,
sports and more.
explanations on how to use APA format
use MLA format
guidelines for citing Internet sources, using the MLA format
news broadcasts with videos
National Public Radio broadcasts
detailed guide of more sites with Real Audio.
This is an archive of famous speeches, including audio files.
Audio file speeches form the 20th century, including Martin Luther
King Jr. and FDR.
wide variety of audio and video content, from space shuttle launches
to full-length movies, sports heroes in action, bands performing in
concert, and TV shows that haven't been on the air in years.
general listening quizzes prepared by an ESL teacher; various levels