Do I need a membership for the Online Library? By becoming a member, you will have full access to a large library of downloadable, printable, screen-shareable digital materials. Membership supports the creation of new materials, which will be added regularly. Learn more about becoming a memberhere.
Do you have any free materials? Yes! There are sample resources on the main page of the Online Library that can be accessed without a membership. All of the Spelling and Home Language Literacy resources will always be free. You can also see free full previews of most books on the Books page.
Can I submit an idea for a new resource? Yes! If you'd like to send an idea or suggestion, please contact me.
You also create books. Tell me more. Never underestimate the power of a"real book", especially with adult emergent readers.See the book collection here. You don't need to be a member to view or purchase books.
I purchased a book, and the teacher's guide directs me to use teachabcenglish.com, not abceng.org. I'm confused. Do you have materials at more than one site? Yes. The free companion sites for abc English: Book One and abc English: Book Two are hosted at an older site, teachabcenglish.com. Some day soon, all of that material will be incorporated here. In the meantime, both websites will remain active.
What are the copyright expectations for your materials? Thank you for using the Online Library materials responsibly. If you have a current membership, you may download any item from the library and use it with your own students. You may display, screen share, and print worksheets for your own students as many times as you would like. You may also send resource links to your own students via text or WhatsApp so they can practice on their own devices. Each teacher or tutor accessing the library should have their own membership. Read more here.
Are you available for PD workshops, project-based freelance work, or consulting services? Yes, I am. You can learn more about me and contact me if you'd like to discuss an idea.