"What will the English language be like in 100 years?" Interesting article about the direction English might take in the future and how it has already changed in the past 100 or so years. Not really teaching-related but interesting in a theoretical sort of way!
Fun article about the Arabic origins of many English words, from the website of "Saudi Aramco Worldng Reader's World." Here's the intro to the article: "Are there any Arabic words in English? Definitely! Some are almost identical to the Arabic original, while others are different in sound or meaning."
From ESLYes.com: "600 Free Short Stories from New York City for English Learners: 150 words each, with Audio (Normal speed and Slow speed)" -- Probably best for high school and adult learners at a beginning to intermediate level of language proficiency.
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If your English Language Learners consistently say things like "I did went to the store" or "I didn't ate breakfast," then use this product to teach them the correct way to use "did + a verb" in simple past tense sentences. Includes a chart to explain the correct form, writing and speaking tasks for students, plus an answer key. $