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The Art of Spelling de Jenny Pearson
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The Art of Spelling (edição: 2018)

de Jenny Pearson

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This self-teaching instruction workbook (in American English) helps with:spelling vowels (long, short, and vowel groups)spelling consonants (including blends)words with multiple syllablesdistinguishing between homophonesexamples of tricky proper nounschallenge spelling lists (could be handy for upcoming spelling bee competitions)several practice exercises (with answers to all problems at the back of the book)suitable for all ages, from about fourth grade up (including teens or adults)This book avoids technical jargon (like diphthongs and phonemes) so that people of all ages and backgrounds can understand the ideas. This makes it handy for English as a second language (ESL) students, or anyone who isn't fluent with the technical vocabulary conventionally used to teach spelling and phonics. (However, for those who would like to learn the terminology, these terms are collected in an appendix.)… (mais)
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Título:The Art of Spelling
Autores:Jenny Pearson
Informação:Kivett Publishing, Kindle Edition, 252 pages
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I received a KINDLE copy of this book from the author through a giveaway she had on GoodReads and the following is my honest opinion.
For a child going to school and being in the first grade can be a quite challenging experience especially where the three R’s of reading, writing, and arithmetic are concerned. And being a child of the 1950’s living in New York City I should know, for the fright one has when the teacher as a spelling test for her students to take might be insurmountable if not embarrassing. While speaking English is relatively easy, and reading a bit daunting, it is spelling which can spell the downfall of any student.

The strange thing English is not the only language where these variances of the language can be found. I experienced the same kind of sensations when I took German as my required foreign language, my conversational German was EXCELLENT, my reading quite decent, but my writing can be best described as being horrendous.

What the author, Jenny Pearson, has done in this book is to take the various components of spoken English and then take them one by one to tell her readers how it relates to the spelling of words. The book itself, is one which allows its readers to work at their own pace. Starting off with the various vowels and vowel groupings; readers are then introduced not only to the consonants, but to the various groupings of them. Spelling is not as clean cut as it might seem, for sometimes the mere sound of words aren’t enough to spell them correctly, you need to be able to discern what the meaning is, which is what happens in the case with homophones/homonyms.

The informational content of this supplemented by providing neither exercises to test one’s knowledge by themselves or with the aid of someone else, or more specific information for some spelling demons.

Since becoming an author, blogger and book reviewer I’ve found my own spelling has greatly improved since I began, I can see the benefits this book can provide all of its readers, especially for those for whom English is a second language [ESL], which is why Ms. Pearson has gotten the 5 STARS I’m giving her. ( )
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This self-teaching instruction workbook (in American English) helps with:spelling vowels (long, short, and vowel groups)spelling consonants (including blends)words with multiple syllablesdistinguishing between homophonesexamples of tricky proper nounschallenge spelling lists (could be handy for upcoming spelling bee competitions)several practice exercises (with answers to all problems at the back of the book)suitable for all ages, from about fourth grade up (including teens or adults)This book avoids technical jargon (like diphthongs and phonemes) so that people of all ages and backgrounds can understand the ideas. This makes it handy for English as a second language (ESL) students, or anyone who isn't fluent with the technical vocabulary conventionally used to teach spelling and phonics. (However, for those who would like to learn the terminology, these terms are collected in an appendix.)

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