Look and Read: Spell It Out

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companyBBC
started10th Jan 2002
ended24th Jan 2002
last rpt3rd Feb 2009
8 school years
episodes3
duration15 mins
subject 📚EnglishLanguage
age rangeAge 7-9
languageenIn English
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Spell It Out is a unit of the BBC schools TV series Look and Read from the 2000s, covering Language for primary school pupils.

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Spelling Strategies - Spell It Out.

Episodes

Quick episode list

# Title Broadcast
1. Spell It Out 1 10 Jan 2002
2. Spell It Out 2 17 Jan 2002
3. Spell It Out 3 24 Jan 2002

Episode listings from BBC schedules, topics from the teacher's notes.

Num Title Broadcast
1. Spell It Out 1 10 Jan 2002
  The first of three programmes for 7- to 9-year-olds offering hot tips for tackling spelling, with animation, songs and comic sketches.

(Eye Spellit: Find the tricky bit / Ear Spellit: Say it silly / Brain Spellit: Make up a mnemonic)

2. Spell It Out 2 17 Jan 2002
  In this edition, the Ears take to the stage to spell 'remember' and the Brains daringly break little words out of bigger words.

(Eye Spellit: Look out for letter teams / Ear Spellit: Seg-ment in-to syll-a-bles / Brain Spellit: Find little words in big words)

3. Spell It Out 3 24 Jan 2002
  The Eyes do a double-take when they are faced with double letter words and the whole team get together for some community singing.

(Eye Spellit: Spot the doubles / Ear Spellit: Talk like Mr Toffee-Nose / Brain Spellit: Look for word families)

Broadcasts

Here is a list of all of the broadcasts of this story on the BBC. See the Schedules section for precise dates and times.

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