Welcome to Multi-Lingual Resources - the source for all your modernised teaching materials.
This website is aimed at anyone who is involved in the teaching profession - from primary (alphabet) to advanced levels. There is also a discussion forum to allow registered members to engage in discussion on all matters to do with teaching.
Who are we?
Multi-Lingual Resources was launched in 2009 by a group of Qualified Teachers, teaching Urdu as a foreign language in the UK. We aim to support Teachers around the world. Our resources are carefully devised to assist Teachers in delivering a variety of topics in an interactive manner. Whilst we appreciate Technology is a wonderful way of learning, we believe nothing can replace a teacher. Therefore, we urge genuine language learners to find a suitable teacher to learn their desired language rather than depending on any website claiming to be able to teach a language without a teacher! For a list of Tutors, please click here. If you would like to find a tutor near you, please contact us and we will endeavour to find you one.
Who is this website aimed at?
The purpose of this website is to provide a platform for Teachers to share resources and good practice. You will find teaching materials directly linked to the topics issued by leading examination boards. Every effort has been made to ensure the resources we offer meet the needs of our ever challenging and demanding, ICT literate learners. For hand-picked best available resources in the market, please click here to visit our store section of the website.
So, I am a Teacher, how do I get more information?
Please browse through the resources currently available in our Resources section. You will notice that there is a limit on what can be viewed. If you wish to gain more from our website, please complete the subscription form to register for the free Standard Membership.
Multi-Lingual Resources Team
The resource library is constantly being updated.
If you are looking for a particular resource please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or post a message in the discussion forums.