|Songs and Lyrics--E. L.
Easton's fantastic page of musical links for ESL students and teachers.Ã‚Â This page
includes unbeatable resource material on topics like American music, children's songs, and
Christmas carols.Ã‚Â There's also a section for students that includes links to
interactive quizzes on music.Ã‚Â This page is a must-see.
Testing Center--At this cool web site, you can listen to songs and take fill-in
quizzes on different songs.Ã‚Â The computer checksÃ‚Â your answers.Ã‚Â You will
need RealPlayer to use this site.
Karakoe QuickTime Songs Jukebox--Do
you like karakoe?Ã‚Â If you do, check out this web site. Ã‚Â There are a lot of
songs here.Ã‚Â You listen to a MIDI file and see the words on your screen.Ã‚Â Of
course, you should sing along!Ã‚Â You will need QuickTime to use this site.
An Internet Treasure Hunt for
ESL Students--This is an Internet lesson you can do on your own.Ã‚Â Learn how to
searchÃ‚Â the International Lyrics Server and the Digital Traditions Folk Song
Database.Ã‚Â Learn about MIDI files and Yahoo's List of Links to Musical Artists.Ã‚Â
This cool lesson is brought to you by Charles Kelly and the Internet TESL Journal.
Lyrics Server--This database allows you to find lyrics (words) for thousands of
songs.Ã‚Â You can search by song title, by album title, or by artist.Ã‚Â
Music Videos On Demand--You can watch music videos at this web site.Ã‚Â To watch
the videos you need VivoActive, which you can download for free.
SchoolHouse Rock--The Unofficial Site--Blast to the past!Ã‚Â Most
Americans between the ages of 20 and 35 grew up with SchoolHouse Rock.Ã‚Â At this site,
you can share in the American experience; read the lyrics, listen to the songs, and watch