Spelling Work

A collection of activities linked to specific COGNITIVE PROCESSES (Planning, Attention, Simultaneous and Successive) to facilitate the processing, retention and transfer of knowledge for SIGHT WORDS, PHONIC WORDS, RHYME CHUNKS and HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS.



Learning Letter Sounds and Symbols More Info More Info
Learning Letter Sounds and Symbols Symbol

Learning the Letter Sounds requires that the young person makes a strong, stable connection between the sound and the corresponding symbol. The teaching sequence for letter sounds suggested here, is based on letter (handwriting) formation and the letter frequency of use. The sequence suggested is c, o, a, d, g, s, e, t, i, r, n, m, l, f, h, b, p, k, v, w, u, j, y, q, x, z followed by long a, e, i, o, u.


Sequencing Sounds More Info
Sequencing Sounds Symbol

MAKING SENSE OF SOUNDS in WORDS: To SPELL the young person needs to convert the word they hear into its different sound combinations (ANALYSIS). These SOUNDS then need to be placed into a a specific ORDER / SEQUENCE (SUCCESSIVE PROCESSING).


Rhyme Chunks More Info
Rhyme Chunks Symbol

Rhyme is the ability to hear a repeated sound pattern within a word. This is a vital aspect of PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING. The young person identifies onset and final rhyme facilitating the spelling of unknown words.


Phonic Spelling More Info More Info
Phonic Spelling Symbol

These activities provide various opportunites to reinforce the connection between the PHONIC COMBINATIONS & the LETTERS needed to produce that particular sound. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning. Attached word cards provide opportunities for WORD SORT activties.


High Frequency Words 1 - 100 More Info More Info
High Frequency Words 1 - 100 Symbol

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 1 - 100. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 101 - 200 More Info More Info
High Frequency Words 101 - 200 Symbol

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 101 - 200. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 201 - 300 More Info More Info
High Frequency Words 201 - 300 Symbol

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 201 - 300. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 301 - 400 More Info More Info
High Frequency Words 301 - 400 Symbol

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 301 - 400. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 401 - 500 More Info More Info
High Frequency Words 401 - 500 Symbol

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 401 - 500. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 501 -600 More Info More Info

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 1 - 100. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 601-700 More Info More Info

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 601-700. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 701-800 More Info More Info

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 701-800. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 801-900 More Info More Info

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 801-900. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.


High Frequency Words 901-1000 More Info More Info

HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS 901-1000. Becoming familiar with these words will make encoding and decoding easier further enhancing comprehension and written output. Each list has 10 words and ranked in order of difficulty up to 1000 words. These activities make use of Simultaneous and Successive Processing to enhance learning.