Practical Suggestions for Using Computers in ESL*


Claire Bradin Siskin
Michigan State University

Printed Resources

Internet Resources
for ESL Instructors

 Internet Resources for Adult ESL Students



Printed Resources:

Egbert, J. & E. Hanson-Smith. (Eds.) (1999). CALL Environments: Research, Practice, and Critical Issues. Alexandria: TESOL.
Healey, D. (1994). Something to Do on Tuesday. Houston, TX: Athelstan.
Healey, D. & N. Johnson (Eds.). (1999). 1999 CALL IS Software List. Alexandria: TESOL.
Pennington, M. (Ed.) (1996). The Power of CALL. Houston, TX: Athelstan.

Internet Resources for ESL Instructors:

Computer-Assisted Language Learning on the Web

The Internet for ESL Teachers

Word Processing-based Activities for a Language Class

Using Software in the Adult ESL Classroom, by Susan Gaer

A Place to Start in Selecting Software, by Deborah Healey and Norman Johnson

Using Technologies Effectively in Adult and Vocational Education, by Susan Imel

National Clearinghouse for ESL Literacy

Adult Education ESL Teachers Guide

Overview of Text Reconstruction, by Roger Kenner

Athelstan: Source for text reconstruction and other software

The Puzzlemaker



ESL Lesson Plans and Resources


Internet Resources for Adult ESL Students:

Selected Links for ESL & EFL Students (The Internet TESL Journal)

Dave's ESL Cafe

Internet Treasure Hunts for ESL Students

Accents in English with eViews --

Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab

ESL Independent Study Lab

Takako's Great Adventure

Common Errors in English

ESL Multimedia Language Learning




Michigan Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (MITESOL:)

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages:(TESOL):

TESOL CALL Interest Section:

*Note: This page accompanies a session presented at the Adult ESL Professional Development Conference, sponsored by the Michigan Association of Adult and Community Education (MACAE), held in Ypsilanti, Michigan, on May 12, 2000.


Last revised: May 10, 2000

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