Hi, DS (year 4) came home with his spellings for the week today and 2 of them are wrongly spelt! I would tell the teacher, it could of been a simple mistake!
Would you just quietly point it out to the teacher, or just get him to change them on his own sheet? Perhaps a TA or student (I am not implying that TA or students can't spell! This would be preferable to the teacher not actually being able to spell what I assume, at that age are 2 very simple words! They would not accept it from the children and if it is a spelling list, then certainly point it out to the head.
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'I learned to function (even if barely) on very little sleep, and out of the chaos, insanity and even torture at times, a flood of new emotions entered into my work, becoming more interesting & layered as a result.'Sujata Thawani commented: 'well said there are moments when I question the career/parenting balance in my own life but I think its an overall net gain in both directions.This does not affect all teachers, but it is recognised that it affects a large minority( not me, I'm just dyslexic)What utter ********! i'm sorry but this reaction is out of order to the poster who was simply stating current research.You are supposed to be TEACHERS for gods sake, and if that means going back to school yourselves so you don't pass on your silly mistakes to the next generation then you bloody well should! You are supposed to be TEACHERS for gods sake, and if that means going back to school yourselves so you don't pass on your silly mistakes to the next generation then you bloody well should! the research this poster has stated has been included in ongoing research into how our language changes and develops and i'm afraid it is a fact that our language is shaped by pronounciation and spelling errors that become more common than the correct way of spelling or pronouncing and then become the accepted correct.No, think back to how you learnt, most likely you learnt most spelling s by reading, so if you spend year after year looking at words spelt wrongly, of course this is going to affect the pictures of those words you carry around in your mind. No, think back to how you learnt, most likely you learnt most spelling s by reading, so if you spend year after year looking at words spelt wrongly, of course this is going to affect the pictures of those words you carry around in your mind. I find that to be a ridiculous and almost unbelievable excuse. my sister is a senior teacher in a school and they have recieved this research and have placed a proof reading system within the school where different teachers are assigned to proof read each others letters and worksheets, the teachers are on a roataion so they don't get used to each other spelling mistakes, this combined with computer based spell cheak has been very effective and my sister is of the opinon that every school should do it, but a singular teacher cannot override over 10 years of the evolution that led the brain to work as it does or demand the school bring in this system.however if this is an issue at your school feel free to suggest it to the school managment yourself.