Online Sources of Reading Material
- Korea: Times Herald Chosun Yonhap AsianCorrespondent
- Huffington Post
- The Daily Beast
- Google News
- ESPN Sports
Amazon Free Downloads http://www.amazon.com/
Search Amazon’s kindle store for terms you're interested in or a specific title or genre. Then sort by ‘Price: Low to High’. You will need to set up an Amazon account, but once you have done so, you can download the Kindle file (.azw) to your computer. You can then use a program like Calibre (http://calibre-ebook.com/) to view the book or convert it to a pdf or other mobile formats. You can also convert the tile to simple text, if you’d like to use that for presentation materials.
Reading Resources from Jeff's Presentation
Google Translate http://translate.google.com
Speakit: Chrome ExtensionThese can be useful for quickly checking the meaning and pronunciation of words online.
ONLINE SOURCES of Reading Materials
- Story Online Storylineonline.net
- StoryBird Storybird.com Seven Ways to Survive School Allows users to make their own visual stories using contributed illustrations. Thousands of user generated stories to read and discuss.
- Batoto http://www.batoto.net Dr. Frost Comic Discussion International comics translated into different languages (mostly English)
- Soompi http://www.soompi.com/ Master’s Sun Recap Goo Hye Sun Discussion Kpop celebrity news and very active discussion forums