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Free teaching materials, ESL jobs and resumes. Posted by bloney at 2: The websites I recommend are the ones that I regularly use.
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I enjoyed reading and listening to music while growing up. There is an easily yranscript archive with a vast wealth transcrit stories going back to The listening time for each story is between minutes. ESL Podcasts with Transcripts that are suitable for students or tutors. The stories are read slowly with short sentences and limited vocabulary.
There is a section where you can select which topics you might be interested in learning including, Business English, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Gossip, Technology and World News.
The podcasts are usually done in a conversational form with two people tarnscript a topic. I was starting to become a professional student. Something new that has been recently added are video interviews with transcripts where you can see the person who is speaking. The podcasts can easily be listened to online with their transcripts readily available. I am happily marriedand I still enjoy reading and listening to music, and of course, creating ESLPod. It is a wonderful source of short audio news stories that have available transcripts transcri;t quite involved lessons and quizzes.
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I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to the creators of these websites. The news stories are current and there is also an archive going back to On most sites, the downloading of MP3 files is easy to figure out and if not so easy, I have transcriptt directions.
I had a happy transcrpitfor the most part. Links to this post. After teaching high school for a few years, I was offered a job in California, so I moved to Los Angeles in The topics tend to be of a light-hearted nature rather than serious subjects.
Send Me Two Free Lessons! The value tranwcript what they offer people who are trying to learn another transctipt in order to improve their lives and the lives of their families is immeasurable.
The topics covered are an interesting wide range of subjects and activities with English speakers from many different countries. Daily English 1 – Introducing Transdript.
The sites listed are free! Get Two Free Lessons Now. Well, I completed my Ph. The voices on the podcasts read their scripts at a very steady understandable pace using simple yet interesting vocabulary. We will never sell or give your information to anyone – we hate spam, too! I went to grade school near my house, and then to high school about two miles away from our home.
Free ESL Podcasts with Transcripts
There are many current short radio stories on this site that can be downloaded into an MP3 file with printer friendly transcripts. Also, their little search window is easy to use and a fast way to access various topics you may want to learn. With a very up beat approach they discuss idioms, vocabulary, expressions, slang and grammar. Downloading to an MP3 file is easy and the transcripts with quizzes and lots of extra material come up on a PDF file with no problem.
However if you wish to download the stories, use this link http: There are also interactive quizzes available.
Better late than neveras my father used to say. These websites that offer free podcasts with transcripts are excellent! Yes, I want this lesson Cancel. About Me bloney View rslpod complete profile. I grew up there with my parents and my eight brothers and two sisters. I then went to Mexico for a couple of years to teach English and to study Spanish.
So while your student is learning English he can also learn what is happening in the esslpod. The length of the podcasts are at least 5 minutes or more, however, they are so interesting that the time goes by quickly. After working here for a few years, I went back to school— again! It is a very friendly website that updates weekly ewlpod add interest to keep it fresh!
Now, I work at a small research organization here in Los Angeles. This site originates in Montreal, Canada and was created by several young language teachers who are the voices on the podcasts.
You can either listen online or download into an MP3 file. There are over 50 stories available and they seem to add to them on a weekly basis. You do have to register to get the transcripts, but minimal information is called for during registration. Com – Special English http: