Internet Basics for ESL Students
By Jim Schweizer
For Further Study
"This is Francis Britto from Sophia University, Tokyo.
I just wanted to inform you that I took the liberty of
introducing your great work "Internet Basics for ESL
Students" (at the ITESLJ site of Charles Kelly) in my
review of a related book. The review appears in
_CALL-IS News_ (of TESOL CALL SIG), Vol 18.2
(2001), pp.6-7. The comments concerning your book
[Begin quote] Those who consider adopting the book may find the following sites worth a visit. Jim Schweizer's "Internet Basics for ESL Students: A 14-Lesson Introduction to Using Computers and the Internet for Students of English as a Second Language" at http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/s/ib/ is an outstanding and free resource that can serve as a supplement, complement, or even alternative to Learning Computers, Speaking English. It contains colorful graphics, online links, interesting activities, and conversations for practice. [End Quote]
"I am Israel Ramon Zelaya, an ESP teacher in Estel, Nicaragua. I have found really helpful the material you have published in your Internet Basics for ESL Students..."
"My name's Ryonhee Kim. I'm a professor at Dongduk Women's University in Seoul, South Korea....I think your site is very interesting and it will be very useful for Korean college students."
"Charles Kelly recommended your site. Wow. It's really a great resource." Steve Quann, New England Literacy Resource Center
"I am an ESL teacher in a vocational institute in Hong Kong... I found your materials very interesting and would like to use a few of your dialogues for reading comprehension practice."Agnes Ng, Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education
"Congratulations! One of your Web pages - "Internet Basics for ESL Students", has been recognized by the LINCS Network (Literacy Information and Communication System) as a LINCS Hot Site and awarded our Hot Sites Logo."