Graduate Project Title
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Alberta J. Thyfault
Spelling is a subject taught in school that is often in debate about the most effective way to teach it. There has been vast research about the correct way to teach spelling. Traditionally, spelling has been taught with word lists compiled of isolated words that students don't often use in everyday writing. Advocates for new ways to teach spelling suggest the use of high frequency words and words students will most often use in their writing experiences. This project report provides an individualized spelling program to fit the needs of each student, in which learning to spell plays a significant role in every day writing.
Pratz, Rashelle Noreen, "An Individualized Spelling Program" (2000). All Graduate Projects. 679.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Language and Literacy Education Commons