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    Auditory strategies for spelling

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    Post by Lil Miss Sunshine on Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:59 pm

    Originally posted by Caffeine Needed

    With a partner read the word aloud, paying close attention to the way they sound. Now try reading the words to yourself 'under your breath'. Try exaggerating the sounds.

    Say the words, breaking them up into chunks or syllables

    say the words, sounding out the silent letters too.

    Spell out the words, using the names - not sounds- of the letters.

    Experiment with different ways of saying the words out loud (emphasize different parts of the word, use different voices)

    Make up a sentence (mnemonic) using each letter of the word to remember the spelling.

    Use musical instruments to add rhythm or sound to the spelling of the word.

    Make up a rhyme, rap, song or tune to the spelling.

    Listen to a tape of the target words and their spellings.

    Sing the spelling

    Look at yourself in the mirror while you make the sounds and spellings of the words.

    In pairs test each other aloud.
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