Want an interesting way to learn about a research topic? Check out cool Infographics, a website devoted to displaying data at-a-glance, in visually appealing ways. While reading these ”online posters” you can instantly learn a lot of scientific facts, trivia and icomplex concepts that are often otherwise difficult and take a long time – and many words – to understand. This resource would be good for any students levels 4 and higher, especially IELTS students who need to learn how to synthesize and describe scientific research.
One of the most effective ways to organize information and critically think is to visually draw out your thoughts. Mind maps does just that — with its web–based mind mapping software.
LetterPOP is a cool way to create newsletters and then distribute them, not just with email, but with Facebook, Twitter and with a permanent URL.
Check out LetterPOP.com
This program allows you to test your listening and spelling skills with the Oxford Dictionaries Spelling Challenge. It lets you listen to the words then type them. You can also select your level and choose between UK or American English.
Learn how to pronounce words (and use them)
This site gives you example pronunciation or words and also finds videos with subtitles that show the words being used in context.
Get students to explore word stress and find related words