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Spellings. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Jennifer’s Edition. Question 1. Choose the correct spelling . A necesary B neccessary C necessary D necesarry. nn. Question?. A B C necessary D . £100. Question 2. What is the correct spelling. A acomodation B accommodation

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who wants to be a millionaire

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Jennifer’s Edition

choose the correct spelling
Choose the correct spelling

A necesary

B neccessary

C necessary

D necesarry

nn

question
Question?

A

B

C necessary

D

what is the correct spelling
What is the correct spelling

A acomodation

B accommodation

C accomodation

D acomoddation

question1
Question?

A

B B accommodation

C

D

choose the correct spelling1
Choose the correct spelling.

A adres

B adress

C address

D adderess

question2
Question?

A

B

C address

D

choose the correct spelling2
Choose the correct spelling.

A succesful

B sucessful

C successfull

D successful

question3
Question?

A

B

C

D successful

choose the correct spelling3
Choose the correct spelling

A believe

B beleive

C beleave

D belive

question4
Question?

A believe

B

C

D

choose the correct spelling4
Choose the correct spelling

A Febuary

B Febuay

C February

D Februay

question5
Question?

A

B

C February

D

choose the correct spelling5
Choose the correct spelling.

A diarreha

B diarrhoea

C diarrheoa

D die a rear

question6
Question?

A

B diarrhoea

C

D

choose the correct spelling6
Choose the correct spelling

A tommorrow

B tommorow

C tomorrow

D toomorow

question7
Question?

A

B

C tomorrow

D

choose the word that is spelt incorrectly
Choose the word that is spelt incorrectly

A domiciliary

B diabetes

C temperature

D bactirea

question8
Question?

A

B

C

D bactirea (bacteria)

choose the correct shorted version of could not
Choose the correct shorted version of could not

A could’nt

B coul’nt

C couldn’t

D couldn’t’

question9
Question?

A

B

C couldn’t

D

choose the word that is spelt incorrectly1
Choose the word that is spelt incorrectly.

A arthritis

B inffection

C asthma

D bronchitis

question10
Question?

A

B inffection (infection)

C

D

choose the correct spelling7
Choose the correct spelling.

A resturant

B restaurant

C restuarant

D restaurent

question11
Question?

A

B restaurant

C

D

which word is not spelt correctly
Which word is not spelt correctly

A influenza

B injection

C insomnia

D nausia

question12
Question?

A

B

C

D nausea

which word is spelt incorrectly
Which word is spelt incorrectly

A business

B catalogue

C hygiene

D reciept

question13
Question?

A

B

C

D receipt

which word is spelt incorrectly1
Which word is spelt incorrectly

A temperature

B embarrassed

C questionaire

D advertisement

question14
Question?

A

B

C questionnaire

D

so now you have a few pest words

So, now you have a few pest words...

Add them to your spelling words sheet

Please share any others you have and write them down too.

repetition it s for losers
Repetition? It’s for losers.
  • Well...yeah, repetition does work to remember things.
  • ...but you have to repeat it a lot!
  • To put that much time into something you have to want to do it.
  • ...we don’t always want to do the things we have to
so let s use our brains
So, let’s use our brains
  • Your brain is amazingly energy efficient
  • It doesn’t like wasting energy at all
  • It likes to cheat when it comes to remembering things
  • There are many ways to help it cheat
  • The trick is finding the one that your brain likes the best
look say cover write c heck
Look Say Cover Write Check
  • That ol’ chestnut.
  • What it does is make you really concentrate on the word
  • It uses visual, speech and auditory and motor memory techniques – the more senses you use the more things your brain has to pin the memory on
use the visual image
Use the visual image
  • By making the word more colourful and breaking it up you help your brain remember the word
  • Of course, this is a visual technique
exaggerated pronunciation
Exaggerated pronunciation
  • This is an auditory technique
  • Again, breaking things up helps your brain to remember
  • This is best when you have the word in front of you as it may not be spelt how it sounds
  • Sound silent letters and break up vowel clusters
  • K-nif-eB-e-a-u-tiful
structure derivation
Structure/derivation
  • This trick helps you to understand how words are formed from words you already know or what Latin/Greek words mean
  • Suffixes and prefixes (bits you clag on the end of words and bits you clag on the beginning of words)
  • E.g. SIGN-al SIGN-ature
  • Derivation: Television
    • Tele = over a distance
    • Visio = sight
words within words
Words within Words
  • Similar to the structure technique, this helps your brain by finding words it already knows how to spell, inside words it doesn’t
  • The difference is these words aren’t intentionally there
  • E.g. Cap a city
mnemonics
Mnemonics
  • Now, these are my favourites!
  • A mnemonic is a memory aid: it’s all those silly spelling rhymes that you will never forget.
  • E.g. Big Elephants...?
  • Your brain loves them.
  • And of course, the funnier you can make them (and the more tongue in cheek) the more likely you are to remember them...and enjoy learning them!
use these tips to create mnemonics for your pest words
Use these tips to create mnemonics for your pest words

YOU WILL BE PRESENTING THESE TO THE GROUP AT THE END OF THE LESSON

PLEASE MAKE THEM AS FUNNY AND RISQUÉ AS YOU CAN! WE WILL REMEMBER THEM BETTER!