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EFL IN JAPAN This file is from the archives of the TESL-L Electronic Discussion Forum for teachers of English as a second or foreign language. It is a discussion about EFL Education in Japan by various learned people with extensive experience in Japan. An interesting piece to read for anyone considering teaching in Japan!
ePALS Classroom Exchange (Do *you* want pen pals for *your* class?)
Dave's ESL Cafe -stop by, have a cup of coffee, and see what's up in ESL.
Holidays -a resource for teaching about holidays.
NETEACH-L: DISCUSSION LIST -a discussion group for using the internet to teach English as a Second/Foreign Language.
The International Lyrics Server -want to use a song in a class? Check out this site for the lyrics! Searchable by artist, song, words, album... VERY USEFUL!
iT's On-Line -lotsa resources for teachers and students of ESL/EFL.
PIZZAZ! -fun stuff for students of ESL/EFL
Welcome to PBS ONLINE®! -The USA's Public Broadcasting System's home page. Always educational.
Internet Road Map to Books -What books should / could / might you have read?
JALT - Japan Association for Language Teaching -In English, this is an association specifically directed towards language education in Japan. A monthly magazine with relevant articles. A great page!
Language Help Page -A good grammar reference or place to go when you (teacher or student) are have trouble understanding/explaining a certain grammar point.
Frizzy University Network (FUN) Home Page -a "fun" page for learning English.
Yahoo! Lyrics -If you didn't find the song at the last site, try this one.
Our Old School-UCI (Where Z met L)
UCI's Center for International Education: Study Abroad, Work Abroad, Internships Abroad, Volunteer Abroad, Research Abroad and Teaching Abroad (Where I used to work as an International Peer Advisor) If you want info on how to leave where you are and get to where you're going, you can find the best way to do it at this page.
Peet's Coffee & Tea :Quite Possibly the best coffee on Earth. (Yes, we had it shipped to Japan)
Zoological Society of San Diego Home Page (You... belong in the zoo-It's an SD thing)
Santa Claus (You'd better watch out- you'd better not pout...)
Get your name translated into Chinese/Kanji for FREE! This is a really cool offer from goodorient.com. We are supposed to get a cool rainbow painting of Peter's kanji sometime soon. Check this out to see what your kanji would be! The wallpaper is cool, too!