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Garnet Education is continually updating its list of websites that will be useful for teachers and students of English for Academic Purposes (EAP).
FOR TEACHERS OF EAP
British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes (BALEAP)
BALEAP is a national organisation of centres where EAP (English for Academic Purposes) is taught within British universities and providers of higher education.
Journal of English for Academic Purposes
JEAP publishes book reviews, articles, conference reports and academic exchanges in the linguistic, sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic description of English.
University of Reading
The best-selling English for Academic Study series has been developed with the International Study and Language Centre at the University of Reading.
English for Academic Study website: www.englishforacademicstudy.com
This website contains a variety of student and teacher resources, including downloadable PDF versions of all photocopiable handouts and weblinks to facilitate further study of each unit in Garnet Education's English for Academic Study series.
General resources ESL Resource Guide
FOR STUDENTS OF EAP
Skills in English website: www.skillsinenglish.com
The Skills in English website provides students with fantastic, free resources to practise online, and improve on, the skills learnt in the Progressive Skills in English course.
Student resources include practice activities for, Vocabulary, Grammar, Reading, Listening and Speaking. Additionally, there are a variety of Theme-specific resources and Workbook answers.
English for Academic Study (EAS) website: www.englishforacademicstudy.com
The website contains a variety of student and teacher resources, including downloadable PDF versions of all photocopiable handouts and weblinks to facilitate further study of each unit.
English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) website: www.garnetesap.com
Our award-winning series now has a website. The ESAP website provides links to extra resources and information for students of the series.
Many of the free skills learning resources have been sourced by the University of Reading's Access Point for Independent Language.
Exercises from the University of Hertfordshire on process, questions, research, organisation, functions, paragraphs, plagiarism, reporting, references, citation, punctuation, spelling
Exercises on grammar from Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Exercises from ESL Lab
Everyday expressions from the BBC World Service
Pronunciation practice from Ted Power
Pronunciation practice from the BBC World Service
Pronunciation practice from the University of Florida
Phonetics practice from the University of Iowa through the 'Launch English Library' button