At first the children constantly construct the words completely new." As with speaking, they need feedback. To teach the spelling, therefore, it needs more methods. "The sound-oriented writing only creates the basis, it should first teach children writing and show them how sounds and letters are related," says Brügelmann. Teachers would then have to have other forms of work and tasks in their repertoire in order to react flexibly to different children. Personal exercise cards with correctly spelled words that children use frequently would be an option. In addition, teachers could initially supplement the childrens texts with a "translation" in the correct spelling for the children. Later, then rules of thumb for spelling in class would have to be discussed and worked out.
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