Computer-Based TOEFL--What's New?

  

Information and Resources for ESL 4
(TOEFL Preparation) Summer 2002
UC Berkeley

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I hope you find these resources helpful. Please let me know if you find any problems or have other resources to suggest.

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GENERAL TOEFL RESOURCES

1. You can get the latest news and information, including practice questions for the TOEFL Exam from ETS, (the Educational Testing Service, the creators of the exam.)

2. You can find lots more resources for TOEFL study and practice. Here are a few good ones:

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GRAMMAR RESOURCES

1. Guide to Grammar and Writing

2. Guide to Grammar and Style

3. Strunk, William, Jr. 1918. The Elements of Style

4. Good Grammar, Good Style (tm)

5. English Club: English Grammar

6. The Internet TESL Journal Grammar Page

7. Grammar Help (from Ruth Vilmi)

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READING RESOURCES

1. ESL Independent Study Lab: Reading

2. Reading Activities (Ohio, ESL)

3. Vance's ESL Home: Vocabulary, Reading and Cloze

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WRITING RESOURCES

1. Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)

2. Paragraph Writing: Paragraphpunch.com - an interactive online Paragraph writing tutorial

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LISTENING RESOURCES

1. Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab

2. Listening for English Language Learners

3. The Internet TESL Journal Listening Page

4. ESL Listening and Speaking from Google Directory

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USEFUL REFERENCES

1. Google (one of the best Internet search engines)

2. Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary (and other resources)

3. Dictionary.com

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Video from the year 2000 class! Have a look:

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Good luck on the test!

Jim

 

Last Update: August 15, 2002

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