Get Free Pictures from – photos without borders –  is a great website that contains a really huge number of pictures that can be used for about anything. They are free and the user has the right to download and use them without giving any credits. You have to sign up in order to start using the photos but the registration is free.

Here are the categories of pictures that are included:

What is also  commendable about this site is that it gives you the option to create a lightbox folder where you can bookmark pictures that can be downloaded or used later. You can also share your lightbox folder to social media (students, collegues etc).

Here are some screenshots of this website:

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Using Breaking News in a EFL Classroom

This picture-poster was created by Ann Loseva, a wonderful educator from Moscow. I came across with her poster during the TESOL France Conference where we both had our poster presentations.

She also suggests some extra links on the topic:

We learn…95% of what we teach to someone else!

I was in Paris this weekend attending TESOL France International Conference and presenting a poster there. I attended many great workshops that gave me lot of motivation to start blogging and sharing again! I have so many ideas and thoughts to share thanks the inspiration of these great educators. I added a category named ELT Pics that I will share the most interesting pictures that can a help an EFL Teacher. This one comes from Arjana’s Blazic Presentation. She suggested that we should ask students write their own quizzes. This way the learning process will be more effective.  You can find the whole presentation here.