Saturday Spelling Symposium 1: Broken Rules and Word Stories (PD400)

AUD $25.00

Registrations closed. Please contact us if you’d like to pre-register for the next course.

Category:

THIS SYMPOSIUM WILL BECOME AN ONLINE COURSE IN THE NEAR FUTURE. PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR NEWS ON THAT.

Broken Rules and Word Stories: The 7 main reasons for irregular spellings and how to teach them

An introduction to the very joyous fact that through seven major paths, the vast majority of English words are predictable, explicable and easily organized.

Instead of sheepishly sweeping spelling exceptions under the carpet, this symposium provides a means of celebrating so-called irregular words.

Resources: lesson plan, printable worksheet and example lesson

Symposium format:

  • 90 minutes live with Lyn Stone via Zoom.
  • Live Q&A session addressing questions arising prior to and during the presentation
  • Digital handouts delivered prior to symposium
  • Time-limited recording made available to all who register. Recordings will be available for two weeks after the event takes place.
  • Announcement of the subject of the next symposium with exclusive discounted ticketing option for attendees

Spelling for Life courseThe Saturday Spelling Symposia are extracts from the Spelling for Life book and the Spelling for Life Online course.

Spelling for Life: Uncovering the simplicity and science of spelling

 

 

Important registration information

When you buy this product, you will be taken to a confirmation page. It will look like this:

If you do not receive it within 30 minutes of buying this product, please check two things:

  1. Your junk folders
  2. The email address  you used on your registration

If all of that still yields nothing, then please contact us and we’ll help you out.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Saturday Spelling Symposium 1: Broken Rules and Word Stories (PD400)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.