I've made use of this material in my classes and I've found it very interesting.Especially recommended for English teachers. Regards! http://literacynet.org/cnnsf/
That's a very nice resource for online listening and pronunciation practice, Marylen. Do your students have access to the Internet in your school? Here are some more sites that look promising. When I went to the first site, some of the links were dead. I copied and pasted the links in http://www.archive.org./ to revive them.
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