June 14, 2008
-- American Fork, Utah - Since 1998, Randall Davis has developed and expanded his language-learning Website (http://www.esl-
lab.com) to help ESL/EFL students improve their listening comprehension skills. The main focus of the site is to test listening, but to teach learners how to listen more effectively, either on their own at home as independent learners or in a classroom setting.
Although the site is arranged by level of difficulty, many students and teachers have requested a guide that organizes all of the listening activities by topic, and Randall's Self-Study Guide (http://www.esl-
does just that. Students can select a topic such as travel, and all of the listening activities from all Randall's sites (http://www.dailyesl.com, http://www.ezslang.com, http://www.trainyouraccent.com)
are linked together, thus increasing a student's ability to stay on task and keep their study focused.
All of the listening materials are free to use only, and new materials are being added on a regular basis. Give the site a try.
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Since 1998, Randall Davis has been developing free multimedia Websites for ESL/EFL students. In addition to http://www.esl-lab.com
, Randall has created several others including http://www.dailyesl.com
and http://www.ezslang.com. Randall has also given presentations on educational technology, specifically helping teachers learn how to use technology in pedagogically-