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www.1stopkorea.com - Internet Lessons (Scott Fisher)
To familiarize students with the Internet and Internet-related English.

www.chatmaker.net - Free and Easy-to-Use Personal Chatrooms
No registration: Get a new chatroom started in 2 secs, then send URL to students

www.e-socrates.org - Free Moodle Site
Create an account, login, then fill in a course request.

www.eslnetworld.com (Randall S. Davis)
A syllabus for an Internet course. Perhaps you can use this as a basis for your own course.

Make narrated slide shows for your students to watch and listen to. Registration

Yugma - Free Online Conferencing
Works with Macintosh and Windows

z_Evaluating Web Resources (Jan Alexander & Marsha Tate)
If your students are using the web, you can use this as a basis for a lesson.

z_Harnessing the Power of the Web for Classroom Use

z_The ESL Electronic Workbook (Helen Hoyt Schmidt)
How to Use the Internet for Research

z_WebQuests (Gavin Dudeney and Nicky Hockly)
What are they, reasons for using them, producing them, implementing them.

z_YackLearning - Getting Started
Learning via interpersonal podcasting; free

z_z_zzzz_Teaching ESL Vocabulary through Internet Search Engines
By Bryn Holmes & Yukiko Jolly, JAIST, October 1998

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