Some important guidelines I have found over the years that can be applied to pretty much every situation when teaching spelling, penmanship or creative writing. You’ve got to know the school grade level that the student is learning on. Spelling levels also show reading levels so the lessons have to be structured where the student is above a 75 percent score on the test. An easy pretest can offer you the level to start with in the lessons.
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- MANDARIN PhrasesThere are a few Mandarin phrases that will help you get by when it comes to the basics of communicating in the Chinese language. Let's take a look at some of the most common Mandarin phrases and how you can learn to say them! You'll see the following Mandarin phrases on this page, but you can also click on each of the graphics for these phrases bel […]
- How to WRITE Thank You in ChineseWriting thank you in Chinese begins with an understanding of the type and number of strokes. For most just starting to learn Chinese, this can seem a bit overwhelming, but when you break down the character XIE into three parts, then you can see just how easy it is to write thank you in Chinese! There are a total of 12 strokes for this one character, but it […]
- Saying "YES!" in ChineseSaying yes in Chinese is a bit more complicated than it is in English. So initially, it's probably better to go with the cheater's version, which is really like saying, "Okay," or "Fine." Although this phrase does work to let someone know that your answer is affirmative, you'll want to move on to the best way to say yes as […]
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A completely unique multilevel spelling method was developed by an elementary teacher as a result of a 12 year old sixth grader who was discouraged with spelling since he was only spelling at a second grade level. He also was fighting with reading since learners who have problems spelling regularly function at a lower reading level.