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M4-Spelling and LD

Module 4-SPED 730

T/F: Students with learning disabilities in reading usually have problems in spelling as well. True
Spelling can be difficult for student with reading disabilities because (4 reasons): 1. the core deficit in reading disability (RD) typically involves word decoding 2. spelling is affected by independent reading and exposure to text 3. lack of exposure to printed words may adversely influence their spelling 4. English spelling is comp
T/F: Addressing spelling difficulties is important, because poor spelling can hamper writing and can convey a negative impression even when the content of the writing is excellent. True!!!
The most basic kind of knowledge required for good English spelling involves _________ knowledge, or knowledge of common letter-sound relationships. Phonics
______________knowledge about root words and relationships among words is also important, especially as children progress to more advanced levels of reading and spelling Morphological
How many suggestions for teaching spelling to students with LD are offered in the article? 8
Name 4 of the 8 ways to teach spelling to students with LD. 1. Teach common irregular words & useful spelling rules 2. Emphasize activities involving writing or building printed words with letter tiles, not just oral spelling 3. Independent reading to increase exposure to printed words 4. Teach how to use spell
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