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Parental Attitudes Toward Using Inventive Spelling With Kindergarten Age Children, Sue Dearden May 1992

Parental Attitudes Toward Using Inventive Spelling With Kindergarten Age Children, Sue Dearden

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Across the United States millions of children are reciting spelling lists, participating in Spelling Bees, and taking spelling tests. In fact, a significant portion of an elementary child's school day is devoted to learning to spell words traditionally or correctly. With such an emphasis being placed on spelling, it is logical to assume spelling traditionally is valued in our society. However, a different philosophy, Whole Language, takes an opposite approach on how writing and spelling should be incorporated in the classroom. Whole Language focuses on children learning to write and read at the same time. The focus is not ...