English Across the Curriculum is a free website that gives language learners the opportunity to improve their English skills in many subjects. Students can work through a variety of topics in English, improve their vocabulary and enhance their knowledge through a series of tasks and exercises.

The courses range from lower intermediate to upper-intermediate. In some cases, you can use units for more than one level. Difficult words are explained via pop-ups in the text. For some units, there are printable word lists and tests (PDF).

Each module consists of

  • Contents – the information section. Difficult words are explained in pop-ups, which are designed to give the student a better learning experience and allow them to understand difficult texts better without having to look up words.
  • Videos – specially chosen videos that provide additional visual information.
  • Online exercises and tasks – After going through the content section, students should work through the online exercises and tasks , which offer an immediate feedback.

As the web units can sometimes be very long, there is a Table of Contents tab at the beginning as well as a back to the top button at the right-hand bottom so that you can navigate the units easily.

If you find any errors (and I’m sure you will ) please let me know. I would also appreciate comments and feedback. If you are a teacher, let me know how your students are doing and how well they found their way around the units.

Email me at : klaus.rosmanitz@gmail.com

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