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Teaching Language Arts

Handwriting

Handwriting
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
Help introducing children to form letters correctly as printing, italics and cursive.

Strategies for Dealing with Dysgraphia
Educators expect students to learn from the process of writing, yet dysgraphic students find that the process of writing actually interferes with learning. How, then, can they adequately learn to use the process of writing to express their ideas?

Reading

Teaching Reading
AN A TO Z RESOURCE
Homeschool parents tell how they bring the joy of reading into their homes. Reading from a homeschool perspective.

Spelling

Unspelling
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
Unspelling™ works like this: one person picks a source word. Then, in turn, each of the players must spell this word incorrectly, but with a basis in a sound-analogy with the way another word (or words) is correctly spelled.

How to Teach Any Child to Spell
Let’s start our discussion on teaching spelling by dispelling a few myths. Deep down inside you may have known all along these were myths, but if you’re like me, you were afraid to trust your gut instincts. By Gayle Graham, M.Ed.

Writing

Is Your Homeschooler’s Writing On Track?


Take a step back and take stock of your homeschooler’s writing skills with a writing assessment checklist. By Time4Writing.com


No More Writer’s Block
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
Using multiple intelligences to help young writers, By Laurel Schmidt.

Building Writers for the Next Millenium
Barbara Smith has had the privilege to “facilitate” a great group of young people – writers for the coming millennium – who are homeschooled.


What Can Inhibit Writing Development?
Writing problems rarely occur in isolation, and improvements in writing go hand in hand with the development of other non-writing-specific skills. Misunderstood Minds, PBS.

Writing Skills for Homeschoolers
Homeschoolers are in a position to gear writing tasks around the specific interests of each student — an opportunity rarely possible in the classroom. By Holly Van Houten.

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