Adult Learning Scheme

Tipperary ETB Adult Learning Scheme

ESOL Useful websites

Useful Websites


An excellent website for resources.  Just select the qualification and/or the CERF level you are working towards, the type of resource you would like and the skill you are concentrating on and you will find excellent resources for classroom use.


The L Pack

Below is a link to an excellent language pack for migrants in Europe. It consists of 30 topic based lessons, each one focuses on a particular topic of Irish interest.  There are videos, tape scripts, grammar exercises, comprehension and cultural information. Videos can be played with or without subtitles, and with one of the other participant muted for students to practice responses.  While topic based, each lesson concentrates on a particular aspect of English grammar e.g. present continuous, modals, adjectives etc.  It was developed by the European Commission and is aimed at A2 learners.  Topics include such areas as a phone call to SOLAS, an interview with SOLAS, phoning a school, a parent teacher meeting, upgrading trade certs and recognition of degrees among others.

3. provides educational resources for English as a Second Language Students to improve their listening, speaking, grammar, and vocabulary skills. The quiz activities and lessons are created by teachers, and are free to use in class, lab, or at home. Teachers are welcome to build a library of favourites, assign quizzes, view student scores, and create new quizzes.

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This website provides useful materials for the classroom.  Many are particularly suited to ESOL/Literacy students.


Below is a link to some useful ESOL websites from NALA

Useful for Workplace 

The following video has some very good vocabulary on safety in the workplace.  Might be useful for Workplace English.

Workplace Safety For Refugees

(Great for prepositions and as a material for writing about workplace accidents)

Work safely in your office

(Based on graphics rather than words, this is great to elicit the vocabulary of the office and for teaching phrases like should/shouldn’t)