The edX is one of the best platforms for you to find free online courses, from basically any subject. Courses of English as a second language are also available there! What you need to to is, enrole and type the key word: "English" in the search box. you will find lots of free content there!
The Coursera is one of the best platforms for you to find free online courses, from basically any subject. Courses of English as a second language are also available there! What you need to to is, enrole and type the key word: "English" in the search box. you will find lots of free content there!
The EnVid is an website that makes loads of online English classes available. I like it because it is complete and the lesson are very deep. The teachers are native speakers and most of them seem to be well prepared and experienced. It is a good website to complement your English studies.
I use this grammar in my classes because of the accurate explanations and also because of the checking games! My students love to practice what they have learned in class playing the games from this website!
Here you will find lots of explanations and exercises for all levels. The BBC learning English also has a youtube channel with short videos giving tips on how to develop your English. (you can follow them on instagram and facebook)
The Grammar available in the Cambridge Dictionary website is an easy and great resource! When you want to remember a grammar rule you don't know or the usage of a grammar form you can always check there. I like it because it is easy to search and there are always examples to help us out!
My students already know how much I love TED Talks. Those are short and very interesting presentations about lots of different topics. They are amazing to practice international English! You will find people from different parts of the world speaking English, and this will give the ability to understand a huge variety of accents!
The school of life is a great youtube channel that deals with topics about life we do not learn in school. The English is clear and the topics are very interesting. I think this channel helps students to develop listening skills and also vocabulary! Plus, you will always learn some new content that you have never thought about before!
BBC News is the first tip due to the style of the article. Usually the articles are clear, to the point and easy to read. Also, I like the BBC because is totally for free so you can read as many article as you want!
The Guardian is an English newspaper that brings well written articles about. It is a very good way to practice reading and to read the international news from a British perspective. You have assess to the news from free, so you can read everyday as many news as you wish!
There is no better way to improve the reading skills than reading books. This will also help you with fluency, grammar and vocabulary. Project Gutenberg is an online library of free eBooks that brings loas of titles for you to choose!
Teacher Fernanda is one of the most qualified teachers I know! She was my teacher when I was a teenager and a young woman. She is a reference to me as an educator! Her videos are extremely helpful for students of all levels!(you can follow her on instagram as well)