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Teaching Spelling

Basic Strategies of teaching spelling to LD students

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What two main skills reflect spelling success or failure? phonemic awareness and letter-sound relationships
What are two additional activities also influence spelling success? independent reading and exposure to text
What are the three kinds of knowledge that need to be addressed in spelling instruction? basic phonics knowledge, word- specific knowledge, and morphological knowledge
What are some suggestions for teaching spelling to students with ld... 1. Provide systematic phonics instruction that incorporates teaching of phonemic awareness. 2. Teach common irregular words from the earliest stages of spelling. 3. Teach useful spelling rules. (such as silent e)
What are some suggestions for teaching spelling to students with ld... 4. Teach spelling of grade-appropriate words. 5. Emphasize activities that involve writing or building printed words with letter tiles, not oral spelling. 6. Have students use knowledge about root words & relationships among words 2 help spell new words
What are some suggestions for teaching spelling to students with ld... 7. Encourage independent reading to increase exposure to printed words. 8. Teach older children how to use a computer spell-checker.
Created by: teamappl