NIFL-ASSESSMENT 2005: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:1136] RE: FW: RE: Litera

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From: DonMcCabe@aol.com
Date: Fri Jun 24 2005 - 08:55:46 EDT


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You might be interested in visiting 
_http://www.spelling.org/Adult_Literacy.htm_ (http://www.spelling.org/Adult_Literacy.htm)   as it has many FREE 
assessments and materials.  What should be of  special interest to those working with 
ESL students is the book Speech to  Spelling which is, to my knowledge, the 
only book that works with synoloepha  (sandhi) or in non-linguistic parlance, 
the way native English speaking people  of all dialects scrunch together words 
such as "Yor gonna hafta check this  out."
 
Don McCabe
 



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