A resource book packed with activities for practising common spelling patterns in English.
- Activities include crosswords, picture matching, puzzles and rhymes.
- Each unit concentrates on a particular 'sound' or phoneme.
- Easy-to-use lesson plans with clear procedures for teaching spelling.
- Material covers most common spelling patterns, grouped according to sound.
- Wide variety of enjoyable exercises and activities at 3 levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Every lesson contains: a step-by-step lesson plan background information for the teacher photocopiable practice activities at all three levels suggested words for testing each spelling pattern.
This book is an extremely flexible resource that can be used in a wide variety of classes.
This is a used book. Condition: Fine. As new. Packed weight: 548 gms. Written by Ruth Shemesh and Sheila Waller. Published 2000 by Cambridge University Press in the Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers Series.
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