Topic | Lindy re: Spelling Wisdom with a Teen who has a disability

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  • Sonya Shafer

    (Cindy, great idea for finding a way to reply when the server is not allowing us to post replies. Thanks!)

    Lindy, as Cindy mentioned, have you tried having your daughter type instead of handwrite? My one daughter with fibromyalgia much prefers typing her dictation. I just open a word processing document on the screen and increase the font size to about 18 or 24 so I can easily see it over her shoulder as I dictate and she types.

    I don’t know what she’s doing for spelling now, but a couple of possible “pro”s come to mind for dictation (whether with Spelling Wisdom or something else). First, she would do dictation only once or twice a week, and the study time could be done mentally or orally if desired. Second, for the longer passages, have her study the whole passage and make sure she knows how to spell all the words, etc., but then dictate only a portion of it so it doesn’t take so long.

    Do those ideas help at all?

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