This service allows you to get instant feedback for your writing, useful for those who are preparing for the IELTS test or the Cambridge exams.
This is what I would do if I had a bigger budget and camera, as well as good actors! Their course is structured around a movie that they shot themselves, which gives students a more natural way of studying English.
Kahoot is a modern and more competitive way of doing tests which you can use to practice just about anything.
An exciting website which can help you memorize the lyrics of your favorite songs and give you extra practice for those words that keep popping out of your head!
This service can help you find real examples of how to pronounce some difficult words.
A fun way to improve your vocabulary and learn about a word’s alternative meanings
Why manually hide some words when creating clozes if there’s a website which can do the work for you? 🙂
This website can help the busy teacher by using AI to come up with questions from any text that you supply to it. A real lifesaver when you’re out of ideas or time!
This website was a huge source of inspiration for me when I started incorporating videos into my lessons.
This is a great tool when you want to adapt a text for lower-level students. It will simplify your texts, show you how to explain a word's meaning and make activities that you can use in your classroom!
The core inventory will help you know what’s important for your students at each level.
A useful tool for making sentence ordering activities.