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2 1. Some spellings can be remembered by learning a rule, (e.g. i before e except after c, etc.) 2. Some spelling can be learned phonetically. If you pronounce the word correctly, you can often spell it correctly.. 3. Some spelling can be learned by breaking the word into syllables or smaller sections. 4. Some words can be learned by using tricks that are appropriate to your learning style. 5. Some spelling words must, unfortunately, be memorized. 2www.steveslearning.com

3 Look carefully at words that you regularly get wrong – and break them down into bits (this will help you to see how the part of the word that you got wrong works – it will also provide you with a mnemonic to help you to remember the word in the future.) Do you always hear this word correctly? Sometimes people miss out or mispronounce syllables (e.g. Febuary instead of February) It is essential to note and practice words or particular letter sequences within words that cause you problems - little and often is the rule. A lot of being able to spell is using your visual memory. 3www.steveslearning.com

4 LOOK – look carefully at the word breaking it down into its chunks in your head. SAY – Say the word out loud – make sure you are saying correctly (spelling mistakes are often related to hearing mistakes) COVER – Cover the word up – with paper or had – No peeping! WRITE – Write the word down CHECK - Success!!!!! No? Try again. 4www.steveslearning.com

5 Accommodation Apprentice Committee Professional Exaggerate Success Harass Assess Misspell Occurrence Abbreviate Challenge Immeasurable Disappear Curriculum Grammar Vacillate Succeed Permission Parallel 5www.steveslearning.com

6 Illuminating Independently Formally Procedural Unnecessary Preference Ineffective Predecessor Acknowledge Grammatically Anxiety Exaggerated Exhaustive Justifiable Omitted Implementation Mathematical Perpetrator Commemorative Relieved 6www.steveslearning.com

7 Beware!! The children took too my personality. People off all ages. What should they be? Mnemonic Two days ago, I went to work despite feeling too tired to get up. 7www.steveslearning.com

8 Could have Should have Would have Must have Couldve Shouldve Wouldve Mustve contractionverbsounds like Could of Should of Would of Must of shudder (conditional verb) I shudder gone to school today. 8www.steveslearning.com

9 A lot Allowed Eight Dough Dew Hair Led Leant Meet Pare Practise Read Sore Wait Wear Wheel Meat Pear Practice Red Saw Weight Where Weal 9www.steveslearning.com Allot Aloud Ate Doe Due Hare Lead Lent

10 ere here where there their This is a possessive pronoun theyre This is a contraction of they are These three words are not related in any way These are words to do with place. 10www.steveslearning.com

11 committeedouble, double, double superseded supers eded initiativeiniti ative activityactiv ity demonstrabledemons trable regrettablyregret tably fuelleddouble l pursuepur sue automaticallyauto matic ally curriculumcurric ulum 11www.steveslearning.com

12 exaggerateddouble g anxietyanx iety exhaustiveexhaust ive justifiablejustifi able omitteddouble t implementationimp lem ent ation mathematicalmath ematical perpetratorper pet rator commemorative com mem orative relievedreli eved 12www.steveslearning.com


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