Although I try to help you as much as I can in class, I am sure everyone understands it's important to do some of your own study outside class. There are some great websites nowadays. If you know any that aren't on my list, please email me. By the way, don't be afraid to check out the links on my kids page, some of them are useful for adults too.
Elllo - English Listening Lesson Library Online (intermediate to advanced) I think this is one of the best websites you will find. You can listen to people from many different countries talking about a whole range of topics. If you use this website often you will definitely improve your listening skills.
Trevor's English Online Magazine (intermediate to advanced) Here you can read a collection of articles that I have gathered from the internet. I try to find articles that will be interesting and useful for my students.
Breaking News English (intermediate to advanced) Practice English with recent news stories. You can complete a range of activities related to the article.
BBC Learning English (beginner to advanced) Has a range of different segments ranging from news stories to grammar and idiom practice.
Fukuoka Now (beginner to advanced) The Fukuoka Now magazine is a great resource. You can all about what is happening in Fukuoka in English. If you have any trouble understanding an article in English, just switch to Japanese
English Central (high beginner to advanced) This website is fantastic. You need to make a free account, which is great, or you can upgrade to a paid account if you like. Join my class on English Central and practice English by watching videos. For best results you should by some "skype" style headphones. This will allow you to practice speaking as well.
Lyrics Training (beginner to advanced) This website is a lot of fun. Practice listening to songs and completing the lyrics.
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