"A fun method to learn and improve...English through music and typing in song lyrics."As
the site name says, you listen/watch a music video & then write in
the gaps in the lyrics. There's an alphabetic selection of songs, &
the gapfills are at 3 levels. Positive---all you need when working on a
song is on the one page.
Negatives---the site is an advertiser's dream;
to use a worksheet you must create an account.
Still, the learner who favors English through music will not hesitate to use this site.(Other languages also available.)
course focused on understanding songs phonetically, linguistically, and culturally.
In this course, learners will listen to and practice pronunciation, do a
variety of vocabulary learning and phrase awareness activities,have a chance to
discuss different backgrounds and study language in a fun way." One of a
very few sites that goes beyond a video plus lyrics presentation (essential
as that is); advanced.
---"a video-tube website designed to
help you learn real English while having fun and offers good quality resources
for teachers too. It uses authentic material to show you how real English is,
mostly videos with transcriptions and explanations.
This site offers video
pages for all levels, from beginners to advanced, including a section for kids
and also for absolute beginners. Don't just sit to study English, get into life
through real English and enjoy it all the way."
Music clips with text is one of this site's
two pluses.Video clips with text is the second big plus.
Be surprized in the
Open Section---lots of videos (with text) from site users. All levels.
---"At SongsForTeaching.com, we listen to all of the music we
recommend, selecting music that we hope you (and your students!) will
find enjoyable and educationally useful. Whenever possible, we try to
offer printable lyrics and teaching tips." Listen & read the lyrics; created for children but worth a look/listen.
---This is a very good song site but it's sometimes bilingual & sometimes in Spanish only. So
you must master the navigation & the questionable English. As well
as providing the lyrics on the screen, each song has a number of
associated activities which spread them over 3 levels of