website navigation

This website is large, complex, filled with learning and teaching resources, and... a little bit different than the norm. Moreover, there are several different ways you can navigate this website and find the information you are looking for.

If all that sounds complicated, it really isn't. Go ahead and try it: you'll find this site is easy to navigate. Here are a few tips to make your way easily.


desktop computers

There are hundreds of pages on this website. Most of them follow similar layouts. In general, there are three areas on each page: the top navigation bar, the main page contents (lessons, activities, printables etc.), and the bottom navigation bar.

Page structure
  • The top menu bar
  • The left side provides links to the main areas of the current section. The first link is highlighted in red to show which section of the website you are in.
  • On the right side there is a link to the main page of this website represented by our logo.
  • Above the page title there are text links that show you where the page you are currently viewing is placed within the structure of the section (or website). Using these links, you can navigate back through the structure.
  • The bottom menu bar
  • There are two parts of this menu: a section menu (green) and a website menu (blue).
  • The section menu links to other pages within the current section, and guides you to the language material you are looking for.
  • The website menu refers to the main sections (such as Vocabulary, Grammar, etc.) as well as to our support and info pages, and social services. Links placed in this menu remain the same throughout the website.

mobile devices

On tablets and mobile devices, you need to click the hamburger icon to open the navigation menu. There is also an arrow icon on the left to quickly jump to the top of the current page.

Site navigation