Sunday, January 30, 2005

Mary's Story

Last year we started work on Mary's Story. We read half the chapters. The last one was Unit 10. To remember it, you can click here.You have to be patient. It takes a long time to download!

Write 5 questions on Unit 1o. You will ask them to one of your classmates in class.

Saturday, January 29, 2005


  • ABC English Bites

  • Adult Study Centre

  • Audio Books

  • Australian Links University of Queensland

  • a4esl

  • Australian Slang OZ ESL,

  • Aussie Slang

  • autoenglish youtube English lessons

  • Barbara Dieu's Links

  • British Council

  • Behind the News

  • BBC British Council Teaching English

  • BBC Learning English

  • Better English Lessons

  • Collaborative English Grammar

  • Common English errors

  • Dave's ESL Cafe

  • EAP Liverpoool TAFE website fro English fro Academic Purposes

  • EFL Classroom

  • English Grammar & Vocabulary Game

  • English Language TAFE Learning Gateway

  • English Language and Usage

  • English Lessons

  • English Net Links for learners and teachers

  • English Talk Info

  • ESL Website -AMEP Research Centre

  • ESL/EFL Resources

  • Google

  • Headway

  • Holiday Worksheets

  • Languages by Countries

  • Living English Video Lessons

  • Loanwords in English

  • Many Things

  • Modals Chart

  • NCLTR ILC Self Study Links

  • Nick's Daily English Activities (send a video message)

  • Our Class

  • Oz ESL Online

  • Splendid Speaking Oral fluency: Chunks

  • Stickyball ESL resources

  • Stories for the Classroom-EFL Classroom

  • TAFE Study Links

  • Teacher Gary's wiki

  • TEFL Site Awards

  • Teaching and Learning English

  • The FCE Blog

  • Tikatok book publisher

  • Using

  • Weidong's ESL hotlist for ESOL 1 & 2

  • Word Surfing
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    Wednesday, January 26, 2005

    Australia Day

    Congratulations to those of you who did the Australian Citizenship course during the holidays. You should find this quiz very easy.

    On the 26th of January Australians celebrate Australia Day. Visit the australiaday government's website and answer the following questions:

    1. What do Australians celebrate on this day?
    2. What happened on January 26, 1788?
    3. What's great about Australia? Name four things.
    4. Name two ways in which we can acknowledge Australian Indigenous people.
    5. What are 2 of the most important symbols of Australia?
    6. When and where was the Celebrate! Australia Day Live concert?
    7. Can you find the second part of the NATIONAL ANTHEM?

    Australians all let us rejoice,

    For we are young and free;

    We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil;

    Our home is girt by sea;

    Our land abounds in nature’s gifts

    Of beauty rich and rare;

    In history’s page, let every stage

    Advance Australia Fair.

    In joyful strains then let us sing,

    Advance Australia Fair.

    You can also try this quiz on Australia. The answers are at the bottom of each page.

    If you feel like a bit of a challenge, do this interesting webquest, What does it mean to be Australian?

    Thursday, January 20, 2005

    2007 Semster 1 student blogs

  • Burcu

  • Celina

  • Leslie

  • Winnie

  • Sharon

  • Jane

  • Lei

  • Angela

  • Dan

  • Yan

  • Wendy

  • Ada

  • Jason

  • Katie

  • Annie

  • Yvonne