Web Resource Guide for Learning English
ELL students have the option of designing a website/blog to evaluate web-based resources for English Language Learners. All written work may be completed in the student's preferred language.
Set criteria for evaluating each web tool. For example:
*Appropriateness for Age Groups/Levels--Does this tool include an alphabet, pronunciation key, pictures, audio, and video to support a particular age group or level of learners?
*Clarity--How easy is it to navigate? What supports are offered?
*Level of Engagement--Is this tool fun and exciting? How long would this tool hold the interest of the user?
*Access--Is the tool free or partially free to use? Must you become a member and/or share personal information in order to use the tool?
*Starred Review--On a scale of one to five, how many stars would you use to rate this tool?
Select at least three web tools to evaluate from this list: ESL Resources
For each of your chosen web tools, write an evaluative paragraph (three paragraphs, total).
Select a graphic to add to your website and write an "About" paragraph, briefly describing the purpose of your website.
Publish your paragraphs and graphic on your website.