Just to say - don't forget to check the side bar and Creative Commons Licence of this blog too.
On the side bar there's the link to my main English Language Garden website which includes interactive spelling activities and an article on teaching remedial spelling (especially to non-native speakers).
English Language Garden spelling activities: http://www.elgweb.net/spell_act.html
English Language Garden spelling article: http://www.elgweb.net/spelling_article.html
Then there's a chance to vote on what you want this blog to do. There are three ways I could take it:
1. a spelling resource for learners
2. a teacher's resource for teaching spelling
3. a general discussion about English spelling (with an emphasis on helping those who struggle with it)
There's the archive. Find the posting you are looking for.
If you have suggestions about other areas of English spelling you would like to see here, please contact me (details here ) or comment on this posting. (How to comment: go to the bottom of a blog post and you will see something like this: ". Click on the word 'comments' and type your message in the box (leave your name if you want) and click Post Comment.
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Lastly, right at the bottom of the page is my Creative Commons Licence. Everything on The Spelling blog can be copied and used elsewhere for non-commercial purposes BUT you must link back to The Spelling Blog and cannot adapt the material in any way without my permission. So be nice, otherwise I'll tell your mum / teacher / boss / The Spelling Blog readers / the Google Search people - whichever is most scary!
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