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1 (edited by dlink_fe_530tx 2015-06-15 14:30:56)

Topic: Spelling Rules Rule

The spelling rules for coding American English from Speech to Print, are stable and vitally important. Learn all 29 and let them guide your thinking and rule your writing. However, do not memorize the rules for rote recitation, and certainly never ask children to memorize them. Study/teach the rules for understanding, then practice makes perfect. Use the rules as tools for logical spelling, then pass that knowledge on to others, especially to children who are suffering through the public schooling experience. Spelling should be taught first! Not reading. If you teach a person to spell, you give them a gift; a tool; that will serve them for their lifetimes.

Many people already know and appropriately use many of the rules, whether they can articulate them or not. Some individuals may have been taught the information by a traditional teacher, a knowledgeable parent, or they may have intuitively discovered usage patterns and spelling techniques. For those who are interested in knowing the rules, I offer the following from The Spalding Reading Method and its teacher manual.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2008/03/lin … ules-rule/