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grammar & poetry
Grammar
can be
poetic!

Maze
Virtual
language
school

Web Project:
TIPI
(Comenius)

BOTs!
Talkative
Robots

[Re-]Sources
[Re-]
Sources

Links
Links
&
Activities

Literature
Texts
&
Thoughts

sounds
Real Radio!

Research
Research,
Construc-
tivism

Norway
Norway
on the
Web

search
Search
tools!
Beyond
Alta Vista!

voll

Vocational
Workshop
Graz 13/98

personal
Family,
Music,
Literature
etc.

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"The
ESL/EFL
Page
has been
named an
outstanding
education-
related
site on
the Web
by The
Education
Index"
30 Oct 97




 

English as a second, a foreign,
Another Language

Welcome to the Pages
of
Andreas Lund

[post.doc]

Main site: InterMedia, University of Oslo

 

[Note: this site was made while I was a teacher at
Brekkeby Senior High School until 1999.
Site is no longer maintained on a regular basis]

 

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TESL/TEFL/TESOL/ESL/EFL/ESOL Links

Browse: Links for Students, Links for Teachers or What's New

 

 

Grammar and Poetry

     Learn grammar without noticing! Word classes are used as building blocks for poetry. Many examples from pupils - submit your own, it will be published here. You will find a similar one I made for the network of Norwegian schools at Skolenettet. You will also find additional examples of English lessons on the net, although pretty much of the information is in Norwegian.

Mazes...

    ... are fascinating. Try my virtual summer school in the UK or follow links to what others have created. An introduction to action mazes (Norwegian only).

Web Project

     Example of Internet project with classes: The sea as a link between South and North Europe (a collaborative effort between schools in Italy, Norway, Portugal and Sweden). Totally pupil-run 1996/97, everything written and designed by pupils (mostly 16). Some material still in analog form only. I have published a short report, unfortunately in Norwegian only (so far).

(Ro-)BOTs

     The true natives of the net want to talk to you. Some are nice, some are quarrelsome, some are dumb. Just as in RL (Real Life) you get to test your socio-linguistic and social skills. And this may be the place for the shy and reticent to find a voice...

(Re-)Sources for learners (and teachers!)

     Newspapers, magazines, news services, institutions and other online resources. Good starting points for writing projects, discussions, interdisciplinary activities ...

Links & Activities

     ESL/EFL sites with many excellent ideas for activities. Separate section with teacher and learner contacts. Lesson plans too.

Literature

Authors, texts, reviews...

Sounds (and Sights)

     Radio stations that broadcast by streaming sound files, no download! Listen to accents, use news and other programs as real-life listening exercises, discuss current events or get historical speeches from the archives.

ESL research

     Some sites for teachers who want some theoretical aspects of IT and FLT. You will find quite a few references to Constructivism, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Problem-Based Learning.

Norwegian material in English

     Looking for roots? Work? Norwegian info in English? Tourist information? A course in Norwegian? A wealth of material for those seeking or presenting Norwegian aspects of life.

Searching is an art

     Apart from some well-known and lesser known but excellent search tools, this page offers dictionaries, encyclopedia, and libraries on-line.



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