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by Jennifer Barr

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Jennifer Barr
Scottish Council for Research; First Edition edition (February 1, 1986)
Education & Reference
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Spelling-Book: n. A book for teaching children to spell and read.

Spelling-Book: n. It however maintained its ground, and its reputation has been gradually extended and established, until it has become the principal elementary book in the United States.

Children’s willingness to maintain the t spelling in these latter words supports the conclusion that from the start their spellings reflect their understanding of linguistic patterns - phonological and morphological - and not just rote learning. 118+ million publications.

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Reading and spelling are related but it is likely that phonemic understanding is gained more readily through spelling than it is in the context of reading. It examined the progress in spelling of two groups of children: a KS 1 group of children learning to read and write, and of a group of KS2 children who were fluent readers but who had spelling difficulties.

Virginia Berninger, Professor of Educational Psychology, Center on Human Development and Disability, University of Washington.

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Understanding Spelling is based on a three-year longitudinal study of children’s spelling in different primary classrooms. The book poses a number of questions.