Science explains why "show and tell" is so powerful. A research study from Psychology Today links visual aids to improved recall and retrieval. The Journal of Interactive Learning Environments article indicates that visual cues may strengthen learning and foster engagement. Furthermore, a Journal of Computer Assisted Learning study showed that learners with little prior knowledge benefited more from visual cues than students with solid background knowledge.
In Level One, we teach common Anglo-Saxon spelling rules, basic syllable types, syllable division strategies, and introduce common prefixes and suffixes.
We introduce spelling rules, syllable division, vowel teams, and the Bossy-R in level two. We also continue studying prefixes and adding suffixes.
In level three, we learn about words with French and Latin origins.
Latin and French affixes highlight the content in level four. Spelling strategies become helpful to learn.
Level five features the rarest spellings from all the origins. We end our studies with Greek influences.
When you begin with an empty trifold board or wall, each LiteraSee card added gives your students a sense of achievement and pride!