Spellzone and EAL or ESOL

Although English spelling is so hard, most language courses do not offer any special teaching in spelling - expecting learners to pick it up as they study vocabulary.

Spellzone is used in over 50 countries worldwide and is suitable for:

  • learners living in an English-speaking country who don't have English as their language
  • those in other countries who are learning English as a foreign language.

Spellzone helps pronunciation as well as spelling, because the words are grouped by their sound.

Spellzone covers British and American English spelling and has a dictionary, a text reader and a translator on every course page.

  • Text reader - this helps with the pronunciation of words.
  • Dictionary- it's easy to check the meaning of any word, so Spellzone can also help with vocabulary.
  • Translator - the translator provides another method to check the meaning of words by allowing you to see them in 92 languages.
Teachers and tutors

Three steps to spelling success...

1. The Spelling Ability Test
Take the test to get a baseline score
and a personal course pathway.
2. Spelling Course
Work through your personal course
pathway based on phonics progression.
3. Word Lists
1000s of targeted lists or your own to
use with fun activities and worksheets.

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"Spellzone fits in beautifully with our Scope and Sequence of Phonological Awareness and Spelling. It also aligns perfectly with the four areas of spelling knowledge and uses the Brain, Ears, Eyes approach to learning spelling."
Thank you!

Teacher, Australia