A free e-book to downloading: Writing for Publication


Take advantage of this opportunity  here

TESOL Presentation: Teaching about plagiarism. Activities to support global student writers


Find the presentation here

Free APA Resources for English Writing


Active April 2020

To support professors and their students, we are providing temporary free access through VitalSource and RedShelf to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th and 7th editions), the Concise Guide to APA Style, and more than 160 other titles published by APA Books, including Helping SkillsDissertations and Thesis from Start to Finish, and Addressing Cultural Complexity in Practice. These resources are available for free to instructors and students at participating nonprofit academic institutions affected by campus closures until May 25, 2020:
Access via VitalSource
Access via RedShelf
In addition, we have many APA Style resources that will remain freely available:
A free Academic Writer® tutorial: Basics of Seventh Edition APA Style
Free online seventh edition style and grammar guidelines
A PDF handout guide to what’s new in the seventh edition (1.3MB)
Other handouts and webinars for teaching and learning seventh edition APA Style
Sample APA Style papers
To learn more about other programs visit www.apa.org/pubs/covid-19-resources
Finally, APA also has other resources that may be of use for you and your communities:
Pandemics resources
Psychology help center
Be well.


Brenda Carter, Publisher

Teaching English Writing With Online Writing Tutor Digital Platform


Great tools for English writing instruction here

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Alphabets at risk of extinction


Languages and alphabets are endangered. More here

Graphic: Scaffolding English Writing


8 Ways to Scaffold Writing for English Learners – Seidlitz Education

Have some Fun in Your Language Classroom With the Gif Maker


find it here

5 Steps to the English Writing Process Every Writer Should Know


Good reminders for all beginning writers here

5 English Writing “Rules” That Are Really Guidelines


Read here about the guidelines for:

  • Using the active voice
  • Avoiding adverbs
  • Avoiding exclamation points
  • Not writing in sentence fragments
  • A paragraph needs at least three sentences

Tone vs. Mood: How to Use Tone and Mood in Your English Writing


Teach your students how to use each. More here

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