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The 36 lessons in the Student Workbook each focus on a spelling rule, pattern, or origin. Level B, Grade 2 covers long and short vowels, vowels ending with -r, words with oo, homonyms, words with sh and th, words with c and ck, and more.
The course is organized around a test-study method. Students take a pretest, self-correct and rewrite words, study through the practice exercises, and take a final test. Student lessons include fun riddles and puzzles, and conclude with a wrap-up and review; cumulative reviews of multiple chapters are also provided.
The Teacher's Edition provides a 3-day and 5-day schedule; activities for reinforcing spelling patterns; example dictation sentences for the lessons' pretest and final test; bonus words; review lessons; tips for ESL learners; a writer's corner; and take-it home masters. Reduced black-and-white copies of the student pages have the correct answers overlaid; teaching notes are provided in the margins. The scope & sequence follows MCP's "Plaid Phonics" so curriculum can be correlated. Objectives state the goal of each lesson.
Level B corresponds to Grade 2. 2002 Revised Edition.
This Spelling Workout Homeschool kit includes:
- Spelling Workout B Student Book, 151 pages, softcover.
- Spelling Workout Teacher's Edition, 167 pages, softcover.
Vendor: Pearson Learning
Series: Modern Curriculum Press
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HomeschoolHeart33 Stars Out Of 5Just OkayMarch 31, 2017HomeschoolHeart3Quality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 2We used this curriculum for spelling with our 2nd grader this year, and while I was excited about it, I was left wanting more. I liked how a small section could be done each day over a 5 day school week, and my son enjoyed the daily activities. However, I personally felt that it left a lot to be desired, and the words came very easy to our son. In the fall we will be using a different spelling curriculum with more meat to it.