See also: J1-J11 1987-1989, J12-J19 1992-1995, J29-now 2001-now.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society.

Contents of the third (British) series J20-J28 1996-2000.

J20, J21, J22, J23, J24, J25, J26, J27, J28.

Permission to reproduce material from the journals as hard copy should be obtained from the SSS and the source acknowledged. The most recent journal is sent to new members. See Joining SSS.


Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J20, 1996/1.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
•  3. Bob Brown: a tribute.
Articles
•  4. Spellchecking by Computer. Roger Mitton.
•  12. Spelling Needs Reserch and Reserch Needs Replication. Valerie Yule.
•  14. Recent Spelling Research and Simplified Spelling. Patrick Groff.
•  19. Italian Spelling, and how it treats English loanwords. Christopher Upward & Virginia Pulcini.
•  24. The Galician Spelling Problem. Susana Doval.
•  25. Selling Spelling: a marketing approach to orthographic change. Matthew Thommen.
Reviews
•  28. Miscue Analysis in the Classroom by Robin Campbell. Jean Hutchins.
•  28. Teaching Spelling by Brigid Smith. Jean Hutchins.
•  29. Spelling Research & Information: an overview of current research and practices. eds. Scott Foresman. Kenneth Ives.
•  30. Writing Skills: a survey of how well people can spell and punctuate. Basic Skills Agency. Christopher Upward.
Documents
•  34. The Cut Spelling Handbook, 2nd edition, foreword.
•  35. Literature from the SSS: Publication History and Sales Catalog.
This has been superseded by current publication section lists.
Index
•  37. Index of SSS Newsletters and Journals 1985-1995.
This has been superseded by Journal authors, Journal topics, Bibliografy by themes.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J21, 1997/1.

Contents.
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. Children's Responses to Simplified Spelling Part 1. Gwenllian Thorstad.
•  9. Spelling Reform and the Deaf: a problem and a strategy. Kenneth Ives.
•  10. Teaching Reading, and Spelling Reform. Valerie Yule.
•  13. Th Potential of Stylgides as Vehicls for Spelng Reform. Christopher Upward.
•  20. Report: The Lower Case Reform in Danish.
•  21. Spelling Reform in Portuguese: what we can learn. Harry Cohen
•  22. Report: Spelling Reform in German.
•  25. The Dutch IJ. Harry Cohen.
Review
•  26. English Spelling and the Computer by R. Mitton. Frank Knowles.
Documents
Lobbying Literacy Policy Makers.
•  27. To Professor Michael Barber, Professor David Reynolds, Dr Nicholas Tate.

•  30. American Spellings for British Schools?
See also a later version of this document,
•  33. Spelling. Advice Column.
•  34. Tribute: Ronald Threadgall, General Secretary, U.K. i.t.a. Federation.
From our readers
•  35. Letters

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J22, 1997/2.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. Children's Responses to Simplified Spelling Part 2 Gwenllian Thorstad.
•  10. Tribute: Govind Deodhekar, sometime Vice-Chairman of the SSS.
•  11. The Rise and Fall of 'Whole Language' and the Return to Phonics. Patrick Groff.
•  16. New SSS Vice-President Edward Rondthaler.
•  17. A Teaching Spell Checker. Edward Rondthaler.
Spelling in other languages.
•  19. The Standardization of Irish Spelling: an Overview. Muiris Ó Laoire.
•  24. Update on the German Spelling Reform. Gerhard Augst.
•  24. Notes from Switzerland.
•  25. Hebrew is not exactly a language for speed readers. Robert Alberg.
Review
•  26. Analysis of UCLES misspelling survey. Christopher Upward.
Documents
•  33. Correspondence with Michael Barber, Chairman of Literacy Task Force.
Received
•  34. Book offer: Spelling Reform: a new approach.Harry Lindgren.
•  35. From our readers

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J23, 1998/1.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. (reprint) Sound-Writing 1892-1972: George Bernard Shaw and a modern alphabet. Kingsley Read.
•  8. International English Spelling and the Internet. Valerie Yule.
•  14. Pragmatic Strategies for Promoting Spelling Reform. Cornell Kimball.
•  18. Tribute to Nina Catach (1923-1997). Susan Baddeley.
•  19. Highlights of 1997. American Literacy Council.
•  20. Answering the Critics of the German Spelling Reform. Gerhard Augst & Burkhard Schaeder.
Advertisement
•  23. SSS Committee seeks administrative support.
Reviews
•  24. Virtuoso Orthografic Hichhiking: Zé do Rock, fom winde ferfeelt. Christopher Upward.
•  28. Progress of the National Literacy Strategy DfEE. Christopher Jolly.
•  30. Reform through International Auxiliary Languages. Lango. by R Craig & A Alexander. Christopher Gledhill.
•  31. English as a Global Language by David Crystal. Paul Fletcher.
•  31. Sounds and Symbols in American English by Bea Schramm. Steve Bett.
•  31. Two studies of adult literacy in Britain:
1) BSA (1998), 2) Office for national Statistics (1997). Christopher Upward.
•  33. English Spelling by Edward Carney. Christopher Upward.
Incoming mail
•  35. Letters from our readers.
•  35. Literature received.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J24, 1998/2.

Contents
•  2. Editorial
Articles
•  3. Spelling the Chicago Tribune Way, 1934-1975, Part I.Burke Shipley.
•  11. The Spelling Standards of Undergraduates 1997-98. Bernard Lamb.
•  18. Overcomng Orthografic Frontirs, Part I. Christopher Upward.
•  23. Predictive Models of Spelling Behaviour in 7 & 11-year-olds. Kenneth Spencer.
Reviews
•  28. The Implementation of the National Literacy Strategy DfEE. Christopher Jolly.
•  31. A Quartr-Century of th Queen's English Society. Christopher Upward.
•  32. The Future of English? by David Graddol. Global Visions, Spelling Blindspot. Christopher Upward.
Documents
•  33. Lobbying literacy policy makers: SSS writes to Michael Barber and Nick Tate.
Incoming mail
•  35. Letters from our readers.
•  36. Literature received.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J25, 1999/1.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. Spelling the Chicago Tribune Way, 1934-1975, Part II. John B Shipley.
•  11. Spelling and Literacy in Finnish. Colin Davies.
•  16. The Phoneme-to-Letter Route for Phonics Instruction. Patrick Groff.
•  20. Aspects of Spelling Standards among English 16-year-olds in the 1980s and 1990s. Jennifer Chew.
•  23. Bund für vereinfachte rechtschreibung. Notes on the Decapitalization of Danish in 1948.
•  24. Overcomng Orthografic Frontirs, Part II. Christopher Upward.
•  30. Can U spell OK? Absolutely Britannia. Tim Dowling.
•  31. Richard Feynman and Isaac Asimov on Spelling Reform. John J Reilly.
Documents
•  33. Lobbying literacy authorities: Allan Campbell writes to the New Zealand authorities.
Incoming mail
•  35. Letters from our readers.
•  36. Literature received.
•  Also: Langscape survey.
•  SSS response to Langscape.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J26, 1999/2.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. Adult Misspellings and Dictionary Alternatives. Cornell Kimball.
•  11. The Forgotten Crusader: Andrew Carnegie and the simplified spelling movement. George B Anderson.
•  16. Spelling the Chicago Tribune Way, 1934-1975, Part III. John B Shipley.
•  20. Report: Federal Constitutional Court judgment on German spelling reform.
•  21. Opposition to the German spelling reform. Gavin Hutchinson.
•  24. Testing Readability: a small-scale experiment. John Gledhill.
•  25. An Excursion into Icelandic Orthography. Zé do Rock.
•  27. E-mail and a 'Benchmark' Spelling Edward Rondthaler.
Lobbying Literacy Policy Makers.
•  29. Correspondence with the UK Government.
Reviews by Chris Upward.
•  30. Anglo(-Japanese Non-)Dyslexia: research by Wydell/Butterworth.
•  32. Wat can welsh teach english?: research by Reynolds et al.
Incoming mail
•  35. Letters from our readers.
•  36. Literature received.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J27, 2000/1.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. SSS Pamflet Nr.3 Dhe Etimolojikal Arguement. William Archer.
•  11. The number of phonemes in English: not a simple answer to a simple question. Adam Brown.
•  13. (references) Writing reforms in other languages.
•  14. Alternative scenarios for the year 2100. Ed Rondthaler.
•  16. Compromise Spellings and World English. Edgar Gregersen.
•  18. (book notice) Donuts aren't UGHly eny mor. Richard P Mudgett.
•  19. Spelling Reform - arguments against and for. Justin Rye.
•  23. (summary of) German news agencies adopt (some) reformed spellings. J Dittmann.
•  24. Real World Spelling Dilemmas. John Gledhill.
Lobbying Literacy Policy Makers.
•  24. Submission to the UK Parliament's Education Sub-Committee Inquiry into Early Years Education. Masha Bell.
Reviews
•  30. Revlations of a Cross-Linguistic Perspectiv. Review of Harris/Hatano: Learning to Read and Write: A Cross-Linguistic Perspective. Christopher Upward.
•  33. A new drive to improve adult literacy in the UK. Review of Moser: Improving literacy and numeracy: a fresh start. Gwenllian Thorstad.
Incoming mail
•  35. Letters from our readers.
•  36. Literature received.

Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society J28, 2000/2.

Contents
•  2. Editorial.
Articles
•  3. The Transfer of Skill in Language Functions. John Downing. (re-edited from JSSS 1987/2).
•  11. Chart: The Initial Teaching Alphabet (i.t.a.)
•  12. Evaluation. John Downing's i.t.a. Christopher Upward.
•  16. The Jolly Phonics story. Christopher Jolly.
•  19. How Fares Phonics in California? Patrick Groff.
•  21. The Political Context of Spelling Reform in the USA. John J Reilly.
•  23. Obituary: Mona Cross: a tribute. Chris Jolly.
•  24. The Spelling of Portuguese Zé do Rock.
Lobbying Literacy Policy Makers.
•  27. Lobbying in New Zealand. Allan Campbell.
Incoming mail
•  32. Letters from our readers.
•  32. Literature received.

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See also: J1-J11 1987-1989, J12-J19 1992-1995, J29-now 2001-now.