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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:08
  • Make Your Own Spelling List 0:27
    • Keep a List of Words You Frequently Misspell and Add Words
    • Write Down the Definition of a Troublesome Word Beside It
    • Study Your List Often
  • Create Mnemonics 1:35
    • Mnemonics Definition and Examples
  • Organize and Reorganize Your List 3:13
    • Group Words
    • Come Up With Different Versions of List and Study Each Version
    • Make Flashcards
  • Test Yourself 4:02
    • Take Traditional Spelling Tests
    • One-Person Spelling Bee
  • Read Actively 6:49
    • Most of the Spelling We Absorb Comes From Reading
    • Focus On the Image of the Typed Words to Reinforce Correct Spelling
    • Imagine Sounds of Words or Try to Pronounce In Your Head
    • Keep Reading