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“Meltinpop” Could Be A Gold Mine For ESL/EFL Teachers

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Meltinpop is a new site dedicated to what they call “free association.” Users identify “themes” related to anything they are interesting in — songs related to food, movie scenes with car chases, scenes from television shows about doctors, etc. Other users then respond with their suggestions.

It’s got quite a few “themes” already started.

This could be very handy for ESL/EFL teachers looking for multimedia to connect to the thematic unit or specific lesson they want to teach. You can only log-in through Facebook, so it probably wouldn’t be workable for student use.

I’m adding the link to several “The Best…” lists, including:

The Best Music Websites For Learning English

The Best Places To Get Blog, Website, Book, Movie & Music Recommendations

The Best Popular Movies/TV Shows For ESL/EFL

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

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

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