1. CNN Student Newshttp://edition.cnn.com/studentnews/
At CNNStudentNews.com, you'll find a wealth of teacher materials presented free of charge, including Daily Transcripts for each show, Daily Discussion questions, the Media Literacy Question of the Day, in-depth Learning Activities, downloadable Maps and additional support materials to help students understand the news.
In addition, the educators at CNN offer Discussion Guides for CNN documentaries and initiatives, including Black in America, Latino in America and CNN Heroes.
2. English, baby! http://www.englishbaby.com/
There are many ways to use Ebaby! Make sure to catch the Lesson of the Day for the latest cool English lesson. Search our English lessons to find thousands of other lessons on hundreds of topics, and have fun with our Vocab Quiz to study our database of over 15,000 vocabulary words.
3. Ask MetaFilter
It is a community weblog whose purpose is to share links and discuss content that users have discovered on the web. What gets posted is diverse. Online art, award-winning web design, photography galleries, and the like fit into a cool site of the day theme that is highly prized but often generates scant discussion. Flash games and funny online movies also appear. Net and blog culture discussions also percolate through MetaFilter, reflecting its early connections with Blogger, but this is becoming less common as membership expands.