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tcsnmy6 - When the topic of phonetic spelling (and calendar...
"When the topic of phonetic spelling (and calendar systems and the metric system) came out of our A Little History of the World discussion this morning I promised to share with you a video which points out the absurdity of our spelling conventions and the call to change them. It’s above. There is a better quality verision here.

The man in the video is Ed Rondthaler who recently passed away at the age of 104. He promoted a system of phonetic spelling called Soundspel.

Related: Back in April I pointed out another “Plan for the Improvement of English Spelling.” And here is a poem that pokes fun at English pronunciation."

[Can't ever find this when I need it. Hope this bookmark helps.]

[See also: http://tcsnmy6.tumblr.com/post/49067328/frustrated-with-spelling-youre-not-alone-watch ]

[This too: https://pinboard.in/u:robertogreco/b:763c4fa77f95 ]
edwardrondthaler  spelling  english  phonetics  poetry  soundspel  pronunciation  tcsnmy  tcsnmy6  unschooling  deschooling 
april 2011 by robertogreco
RSAnimate | better taste than sorry.
"But the reason for noticing the RSA were their animations I found on the blog of Frank Chimero. And the fact that he founds it through a weblog of a 6th grade class makes me smile."
markusreuter  ego  tcsnmy6  tcsnmy  cv 
may 2010 by robertogreco
Blog: Frank Chimero (Okay, yes, the content of this snippet from a talk...)
"This was found on Rob Greco’s blog for his 6th grade class. I love the fact that I can find things on a blog for 6th graders and share it with all of you and feel that it’s relevant. In sixth grade I was picking my nose, pulling hair, and throwing rocks and not thinking about how standard economic concepts about incentives break sometimes.
ego  cv  frankchimero  tcsnmy  kindwords  glvo  tcsnmy6  tcsnmy7 
may 2010 by robertogreco

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