I was asked at high school to prove my English competence by TOEIC, so I guess I should be preparing for it and try to get appropriate score as an English teacher as much as possible. ha ha However, I'm such a lazy person and I have no faith in those kinds of English tests, few things which require little extra burden are possible for me to have a go.
So I chose quite easy way I'm sure I won't quit doing it, well, the thing is just to play streaming audio programs from the net.
"BBC Radio 4" http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/ (for British English)
To listen to, click "Listen Live BBC iPlayer" sigh on the upper right side of the site
"NPR" http://www.npr.org/ (for American English)
Click "24-hour program stream
It could be a perfect preparation for me if I'm able to find other streaming sites of particular pronunciation English such as Indian English, Australian English and Singlish.
If you happen to know any streaming audio sites, please let me know! I'm not particular about genre.
As for BBC, it's one of the best sites for all the English learners, regardless of your level, to immerse yourself all the time with English sounds, but thanks for the hugeness of the site, I often find myself dead end in the half way of my searching for a best program for me. Now the site is refreshed and became a little bit easier to surf around.