Teaching the JCSpell way weaves the word recognition skills--phonological awareness, decoding (spelling), and sight recognition--along with handwriting and word grammar into a unified lesson.
Routines move the lesson work from whole to parts to whole through both analysis and synthesis. Repetition, retrieval, rehearsal, and review build automaticity that is so necessary for fluency in reading and writing.
Instructional strategies provide for multi-sensory and learning styles. Higher order thinking skills and problem solving strategies develop as students reason through possible options related to the English code.