Six ways to help you remember tricky spellings Use colour Find small words in-side big words Over-pronounce Learn the rule Use a mnemonic Copy, copy, copy

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  • Slide 1
  • Six ways to help you remember tricky spellings Use colour Find small words in-side big words Over-pronounce Learn the rule Use a mnemonic Copy, copy, copy
  • Slide 2
  • Which is correct? 1.Embaras 2.Embarras 3.Embarrass
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  • Try using colours to help you remember 1.Embaras 2.Embarras 3.Embarrass.
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  • Which is correct? 1.Separate 2.Seperate 3.Seperrate
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  • Find a small word inside the big word 1.Separate - Sep a rat e 2.Seperate 3.Seperrate
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  • Which is correct? 1.Febuary 2.February 3.Feburey
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  • Emphasise the sound that is the tricky bit 1.Febuary 2.February FebRuary 3.Feburey
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  • Which is correct? 1.Achievment 2.Acheivement 3.Achievement
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  • Learn the rule: i before e except after c 1.Achievment 2.Acheivement 3.Achievement
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  • Which is correct? Ocassion Occasion Occassion
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  • Use a mnemonic Ocassion Occasion Occassion Our Carol Can Always Spell occasion
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  • Keep copying them Embarrass Separate February Achievement Occasion