Tutor Resources

Diagnostic Tables

ADMINISTRATIVE SITES/LINKS FOR TUTORS

Many tutors like to search the web to find their own material. Some key word search ideas to use on Google, Yahoo or other search engines include “teaching grammar,” “reading comprehension practice”, “phonics practice” or “teaching spelling”.

Some of our tutors have found YouTube (www.youtube) to be especially helpful, particularly for English Language Learner students (see Internet ELL Resources for Tutors section below more information)

Before you use a site with your learner, please make sure you take the time to review the site to make sure it is legitimate and will be helpful!

If you find a website or a YouTube offering you find especially helpful, e-mail us at info@literacyvoc.org. Let us know the web address and what categories the site covers.

Here is a list of sites you also may find helpful:

RESOURCES FOR BASIC LITERACY

Job Searching Assistance

MATH RESOURCES

INTERNET RESOURCES ON CITIZENSHIP

INTERNET ELL RESOURCES FOR TUTORS

Remember, often the best resource is searching the web yourself to find what sites you like to use.

To find videos in YouTube, go to www.youtube.com. In the search bar, types words and phrases such as: ESL, “English as a second language”, “English pronunciation”, “learning English”, “English pronunciation”, “conversational English”, “English help”, etc.

Remember, before you use a site with your learner, please make sure you take the time to review the site to make sure it is legitimate and will be helpful!

If you find a website or a YouTube offering you find especially helpful, e-mail us at info@literacyvoc.org. Let us know the web address and under which category you think your site will best fit.

Here are some other sites you may find helpful:

GRAMMAR
LISTENING COMPREHENSION
PRONUNCIATION/ SOUNDS
SPEAKING - DIALOGS/CONVERSATION
TRANSLATION
VOCABULARY BUILDING
WRITING
TEACHER CORNER