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  1. 1. Spelling Bee<br />By. Eva<br />
  2. 2. Spelling Bee in the US <br />1925 : the US National Spelling Bee <br /> by the Courier-Journal (newspaper of <br />Louisville, Kentucky) <br />1941 : the Scripps Howard National Spelling bee <br /> by Scripps Howard News Service <br />2006 : the National Spelling Bee’s Championship <br /> broadcast in ABC<br />
  3. 3. Section Header<br />The speller may ask the pronouncer to repeat the word , define <br />it, use it in a sentence, provide the part of speech, provide the <br />language of origin, or provide the alternate pronunciation <br />
  4. 4. Rules of spelling bee <br />The pronouncer will say the word <br />Spellers are encouraged to REPEAT the words <br />If a speller starts a word over, the sequence that has already <br />been spoken MAY NOT be changed <br />The spelling bee is conducted in rounds. When a speller incorrectly <br />spell a word, the speller drops out of the competition. The speller <br />continues until there is one speller left in the round. <br />one <br />Two <br />Three <br />Four <br />Five <br />
  5. 5. If that speller correctly spells the next word, the speller is declared the champion !<br />
  6. 6. Latin words <br />Curriculum is another word <br />from Latin like necessary and <br />interrupt that has an internal <br />double consonant. Can you <br />think of an adjective related to <br />curriculum that also has <br />double r?<br />
  7. 7. Show Answer<br />curricular<br />
  8. 8. 2. Some of the Latin study-list <br />words end with the sound <br />sh.s, and the consonant that <br />begins the last syllable is c or t. <br />Can you think of two words in <br />English that end with this <br />sound and are spelled with <br />xious? <br />
  9. 9. Show Answer<br />anxious, noxious, and <br />obnoxious. <br />
  10. 10. Latin Words<br />Three words come from <br />the Latin verb that means <br />"throw." These words are <br />conjecture, dejected, and <br />trajectory.<br />
  11. 11. Greek words<br />apathy 'a-p.-the n <br />lack of feeling. <br />The path part of this word comes from <br />the Greek word for "feeling.“ <br /> Some other words you might think of: <br />empathy, pathology, sympathy, and <br />telepathy. <br />
  12. 12. 1. analysis <br />.-'na-l.-s.s n <br />separation of something into its parts. <br />2. diatribe <br />'di-.-.trib n <br />bitter or abusive writing or speech. The dia part of this word means "through," "across," <br />or "apart" in Greek words. <br />
  13. 13. Frequently misspelled<br />Spelling rules <br />•Study the word list <br />•Spelling buddy <br />•Spelling tutor <br />

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