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Back to School: Are you using Spellzone in your classroom?


Whether you’re a teacher, student, or parent, we hope you’ve had a restful summer and are rejuvenated for the term ahead. If you’re looking to change up your lesson plans or get to grips with spelling this year, Spellzone is the course for you. What better time to try it out than the start of a new academic year?

Spellzone is an online English spelling resource used by students aged seven to adult. It unlocks the mystery of English spelling and is adaptable for all abilities including students learning English as a foreign language and those with dyslexia.

Want to find out more about how to integrate the course into your studies? Here are some back-to-school posts from our blog archive: 

Ten ways to make the most out of Spellzone

This article provides a great overview of the course. Can you test it out before paying for it? Can you share an account with your colleagues? What about if you have students with different spelling abilities? From free online tutorials, to spelling ability tests, to personalised learning pathways, click here to find out everything you need to know. 

Have you booked a free Spellzone demo for your school?

Our free online demo gives you the opportunity to learn about Spellzone face-to-face (or screen-to-screen!). During a pre-arranged learning session, we will run through all of Spellzone’s features and answer any questions you and your colleagues may have. Learn more here.

How to use Spellzone in the classroom

If you’d rather work at your own pace, this article covers everything you need to know for using Spellzone in the classroom and for setting homework. Click here for guides to setting tasks, creating and assigning word lists, and playing our spelling games. If you are homeschooling, you may find this article useful too. 

Are their any subjects you’d like us to cover on the blog? Let us know in the comments! 


 


05 Sep 2019
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