Sunburst Media for Language Learners

ENGLISH LANGUAGE MATERIALS

Books with Audio CDs, DVDs
English for Child Care
Basic Everyday Spelling
Kiss Your Accent Goodbye
Phrase by Phrase Pronunciation

Practical Everyday Spelling

Software
The Alphabet
Connected Speech

Issues in English 2
Spelling Fusion

Card Games, Board Games
Homophone Cards
Look in the Lake Pronunciation Cards
Phonics Bingo Cards
Rhyming Words Cards

Teacher Training
Pronunciation DOs and DON'Ts
Using Your Hands to Teach Pronunciation

PRICE AND ORDERING INFO

Software Licenses

The software programs Alphabet, Connected Speech, Issues in English 2, and Spelling Fusion can be purchased as a single user license program or a multi-user license (5, 10, 20 or more than 20 concurrent users) program. Please note that 'user' refers to the maximum number of computers on which you can run the program at any one time.

Single user license

A single user license program comes with bookshelf packaging, one CD-ROM, a manual (with workbook or record sheets) and a registration/license card. It is for use on one single computer at a school, library, college or other organization. It may also be available as a web download.

Home user license

A home user license program comes with bookshelf packaging, one CD-ROM, a manual (with workbook or record sheets) and a registration/license card. It does not include tracking modules (where available). It is for a learner's personal use in his or her own home. It may also be available as a web download.

Multi-user or network license

All multi-user license programs come with bookshelf packaging, one CD-ROM, a manual (with workbook or record sheets), a registration/license card and a password. The programs can be run across a network. On a network, the program can be run from each workstation by accessing a copy of the CD-ROM on a network server HD drive (recommended) or a single CD-ROM in a network server CD drive. On stand-alone PCs, the program can be run on each PC by accessing a copy of the CD-ROM on the PC hard drive or a CD-ROM in each PC CD drive. It may also be available as a web download.

Online licenses

A user may access the online software from any computer using a username and password, normally provided by an educational institution or teacher. Subscriptions to selected programs are based on a specific time period.