Superphonics Spelling by Ruth Miskin
  

Synopsis

Superphonics Spelling by Ruth Miskin

This book introduces the simplest spelling for each sound (e.g. ee as in keep), then looks at alternative spellings for the sounds (e.g. ea as in bead), followed by root words and word endings, and more difficult spellings. There is a Useful Words unit at the back of the book which focuses on groups of words which are frequently needed but difficult to spell. Lively illustrated in full colour.

Reviews

Children using Superphonics will move ahead faster than others in their class. The Daily Telegraph (July 2000) Ruth Miskin's results - objectively tested against the rest of the country - seem to speak for themselves. Sunday Express (November 2000) ...it [Superphonics] is the best. TES (September 2000) A basic and structured spelling scheme for children aged five to seven and their parents. It will be welcomed particularly by less confident parents. Back to School Bookseller

About the Author

Ruth Miskin is a leading international authority on phonics and the teaching of reading. She has over 20 years' teaching experience and until recently was head teacher of Kobi Nazrul School, Tower Hamlets, London. She was an adviser to the National Literacy Strategy and is now national training director of Success for All, a literacy programme which trains British teachers.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Ruth Miskin
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Publisher

Hodder Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

13th June 2002

ISBN

9780340851951


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