Ideas for Spelling

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N. Heinemann, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 120 pages
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"Ideas for Spelling" is a highly practical book, providing a rationale for the teaching of spelling based on the nature of the English language and the natural development of children's spelling ability. Spelling is dealt with in the context of writing-not just writing as an isolated area of the language arts, but writing in all areas of the curriculum.

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Contents

The context of spelling
2
Strategies used by competent spellers
11
Activities related to stages of development
22
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About the author (1993)

Faye Bolton is an experienced primary school teacher. She is a well-known language consultant who has written books for both teachers and children.

Diane Snowball has worked as a primary and secondary school teacher, teacher librarian, language and literacy consultant and teacher trainer at schools and Teachers Colleges in Australia. Diane worked on the Teachers College Writing Project at Columbia University, New York in 1992 and is currently affiliated with New York University.

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