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Future “The Best…” Lists

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I thought I’d share what my upcoming “The Best…” lists will be and invite readers to submit their own recommendations for any of them. As I always do, even if your suggestion doesn’t actually make “my” list, I’ll still include it in the post with credit to you.

Of course, one key criteria to make most, if not all, of the lists is that the site has to be accessible to English Language Learners.

Feel free to offer suggestions for other topics for “The Best…” lists, too.

Here are some I’m planning over the next few months (though not necessarily in this order):

The Best Resource Sites For ESL/EFL Teachers

The Best Sites To Create Online Quizzes

The Best Websites To Teach And Learn About The Environment

The Best Sites To Learn About Natural Disasters

The Best World History Websites

The Best United States History Websites

The Best Sites To Learn About Money & Life Skills

The Best Online English-Language Learning Games

The Best Sites To Teach And Learn About Space & The Planets

The Best Math Games On The Internet

The Best Sites To Learn About California

The Best Bilingual Sites For Learning English

The Best Sites For Making Online Slideshows

The Best Sites For Students To Use For Researching Demographics

The Best Sites For Students To Make Online Videos

Part Two Of The Best Websites For Creating Online Learning Games (this list will include sites that let you create good games, but don’t have the variety that the sites which made my first list, The Best Websites For Creating Online Learning Games, have.

I’m looking forward to hearing recommendations!

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Maybe:
    to teach and learn Visual Arts, Visual literacy (very important these days full of visual issues everywhere)

    to test your English on line

    A hug
    Susana

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