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Resources Hub

The Resource Hub is a collection of website links, documents, videos and audios for ESOL teachers. Whilst many are specifically ESOL resources, we’ve also included those that may be useful in a general ESOL context.

We are currently building this comprehensive resource and will be adding regional and local materials. Do you have a resource to share? We encourage you to contact us if you want us to consider your resource for inclusion in the Resource Hub. We also welcome general suggestions for improvement.

We hope you find this page useful and discover something new to enhance your teaching, fully unlocking the potential of your ESOL provision.

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    Learn My Way

    Free courses and activities to teach internet skills, using a computer and finding a job online.

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    Learning and Work Institute: ESOL for Refugees

    Resources for teaching new arrivals, hosted on the Education and Training Foundation website.

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    Learning English with Cambridge

    Online activities for adult and young people.

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    Learning Unlimited

    A range of resources, some free and some commercial. They include reading books at different levels.

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    LELM Education

    LGBT+ teaching resources and materials. Useful links, ideas and definitions.

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    Living the Language (Health Education England)

    Some useful Skills for Life resources for nurses developed by Health Education England.

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    Luke’s English Podcast

    Luke’s English Podcast is an award-winning audio show for learners of English as a foreign language. There are over 760 audio episodes, transcripts, videos, a special series on phrasal verbs, an app, and a premium subscription service focusing on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation.

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    Magazines for ESOL and EFL teachers
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    METRO Yorkshire slang quiz

    A quiz on Yorkshire slang from Metro newspaper. Good to use with higher level learners, or use it in conjunction with the LearnEnglishPlus Yorkshire dialect resources.

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    Migration and English Language Learning After Brexit

    This report looks at the future for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) learning in the context of new immigration policies, the recovery from coronavirus, and Adult Education Budget devolution. Authors: Heather Rolfe and Alex Stevenson

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