Getting teaching materials
Often when teaching, you may be required to supplement the teaching materials that you use, or in some cases, you may have to supply all of the teaching materials. The web provides lots of ESL materials. One of the best is "Sites for Teachers". Not all of them are specifically for Teaching English as a Second Language, but most can be used in your classes. If you have not yet discovered the site mentioned above please take a moment and check them out.
One thing that you might find is, that when dealing with websites and the administrators of websites, it can be time consuming. I found that "Sites for Teachers" has a responsive admin and can get listed with them easily. I received approval and was placing the code to the linking in less than 24 hours. That's an excellent response time.
In order for your site to attain a decent page rank and receive search engine traffic you will want to have links pointing to your site. These links are more valuable when the page rank of that sight as high or higher than your own. This is just one way that you can get more traffic to your site.
So if you don't have the time to make your own exercises, or you need some new materials, please take a look at "Sites for Teachers" and some of the other links that I have in the sidebar.
Worldtour aka Larry Rhoe