CMS Library: English - Spelling
Readability levels l =easiest, n = at approximate grade level, u =advanced, uu=most difficult.
 
Why is Spelling Important?
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W (google.ca)
 
http://www.usd267.com/TL%20Student%20Pages/MSLAstartup.html
 
Spelling
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Words that sound alike (Purdue University)
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The full "i" before "e" rule (Purdue University)
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Active and passive voice (Purdue University)
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Plural nouns (Purdue University)
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Suffixes: ible vs. able (Purdue University)
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Homonyms (University of Calgary)
  Differences between British, Canadian, and American spelling (Karen Bond )
  http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/susan.htm
  http://users.tkk.fi/~rvilmi/help/grammar_help/spelling.html
  Differences between American and British English http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/jones/differences.htm
  http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/jones/words.htm
   
start here http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/words/spelling/
   
   
Scroll down to vocabulary and mine it: http://www.canaanschools.org/departments/english/english.htm
Some fun
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Grammar gorillas (funbrain.com)
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Grammar blast (Houghton Mifflin Company)
   
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FowlWords (primarygames.com)
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Tongue twisters (www.cbc.ca)
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Word find (Houghton Mifflin Company)
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Power proofreading (Houghton Mifflin Company)
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Etymologic: the toughest word game on the web (etymologic.com)
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More word fun (yourdictionary.com)
 
Misc
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Self-study grammar quizzes (Internet TESL Journal)
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Daily grammar lesson archives: 440 grammar lessons (dailygrammar.com)
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ESL idiom page (Dave Sperling and Dennis Oliver)
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Elements of style (bartleby.com)
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Differences between British, Canadian, and American vocabulary (Karen Bond)
 
Created by Stew Savard April 2005. Modified October 2006. All rights to "look and feel" reserved.
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Readability levels l = easiest, n = at approximate grade level, u = advanced, uu = most difficult.