How to Access Lesson Audio

The majority of lessons on ESL Library include an audio component available for teachers to play in class or send to their students. To access the audio for each lesson, please follow the steps below.

If you are having problems playing the audio from the lesson description page, please jump to Step 6 to learn how to download and save the audio to your computer or mobile device. 

Lesson sections and individual lessons that have the speaker icon below the title contain audio (see below).


Step-by-Step Instructions

Follow the steps below to play or save the audio from a lesson.

Step 1

Log in to your account here:

Log In

Step 2

After logging in, head to the Lessons page (see below).

Step 3

Select a lesson section you would like to view. The speaker icon will be visible below the section title if there are lessons inside that section that contain audio. 

Step 4

After clicking into a lesson section, each lesson with audio available will display the speaker icon. Click on the lesson you would like to play the audio for.

Step 5

Selecting a lesson will bring you to the lesson description page. This is where all of the audio associated with that lesson is found. Each audio clip will display the title and corresponding page number in the lesson.

Audio can be played in class directly from this page by selecting the audio title and clicking the play button.

Step 6

To save an audio file to your computer or mobile device, click the downward arrow in the row next to the audio title. The audio will automatically save to the Downloads folder on your computer or device.

You can also right-mouse-click on the downward arrow to select a different folder in which to save the audio file. 


Some of our audio is also available for free on our  blog. You can use the search field on the left side of the blog to search by lesson title. You can also view all our podcasts in the podcast section of the blog: http://blog.esllibrary.com/category/podcasts/

Please let us know if you have any difficulty locating or playing the audio for a lesson.

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