Spell accomadating

The reason for that is probably because when reading, the child is interpreting what is already spelled for them.

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Since this is an invisible disability, some people have no empathy for it.

I am writing this because it breaks my heart when these students are called "lazy and dumb," when in fact it has nothing to do with how hard they are trying.

If this describes your child, print this out and take it to your child’s teacher.

Perhaps it will help them to think a little differently about your child’s written work!

A reasonable modification for this child would be to allow misspelled words in their written work without penalty.

If this accommodation isn’t made, the child will stick to using words they are pretty sure how to spell.If this same child were blind or hearing impaired, everyone would be extremely willing to make accommodations for them (like modifying requirements for homework).But, because this child’s disability is hidden from view they get no accommodations.They will not be using the full extent of their vocabulary.The quality of their written expression is limited by what they can spell....."I want to say ‘extraordinary’ but since I know I’ll spell that wrong, I’ll just use ‘good’. " One last thought -- when a child is receiving remedial help for language disabilities, spelling is the last skill to improve.As amusing as he is informative, Vivian Cook thrills the reader with more than a hundred entries -- from photographs of hilariously misspelled signs to quizzes best taken in private to schadenfreude-rich examples of spelling errors of literary greats -- that will tickle the inner spelling geek in every reader.

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