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Representation of words and sounds to text.
The importance of accurate spelling and punctuation should be highlighted across learning and learners should develop and apply strategies to improve accuracy.
Areas of concern Strategies, resources and links within the Addressing Dyslexia Toolkit and to external sites
Does the learner understand the purpose of punctuation? Discussion, observation and assessment of learners written work
Assessment is for Learning (AifL) techniques http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/learningandteaching/assessment/
AifL and Tapestry materials http://www.tapestrypartnership.com/assessment/
Is there a particular element of punctuation which causes difficulty
eg : ; ! .
Discussion, observation and assessment of learners written work
Assessment is for Learning (AifL) techniques http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/learningandteaching/assessment/
AifL and Tapestry materials http://www.tapestrypartnership.com/assessment/
Does the learner have difficulties with spelling accuracy? Hearing, sentence/syllable/segmentation refer to reading circle http://www.addressingdyslexia.org/reading-circle/sentence.php
Encourage the use if IT http://www.addressingdyslexia.org/pages/index.php?category=37
Spelling games, multisensory approaches, personal glossary/dictionary/
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