SPG

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AcronymDefinition
SPGStarwood Preferred Guest
SPGSpringfield (Amtrak station code; Springfield, MA)
SPGSpecialty Practice Group (various locations)
SPGSpring
SPGSimon Property Group (Indianapolis, IN)
SPGSteals Per Game (basketball)
SPGSteam Powered Giraffe (band)
SPGSignature Products Group (Salt Lake City, UT)
SPGStrategic Planning Guidance (US DoD)
SPGSupplementary Planning Guidance (UK)
SPGSales Promotion Girl
SPGSalt Pepper and Garlic (barbeque cooking)
SPGSynchronous Pulse Generator
SPGSaab Performance Group
SPGSecure Payment Gateway
SPGStrategic Planning Group
SPGSingle Peer Group
SPGSpecial Performance Group
SPGStandard Product Generation
SPGSystem Program Generator
SPGSoftcopy Processor Group
SPGSingle Player Game
SPGSelf-Propelled Gun
SPGSafety Products Group (Cubic Designs)
SPGSpecific Gravity
SPGSpecial Protection Group (India)
SPGSouth Pacific Gyre (marine microbiology)
SPGSpecial Patrol Group
SPGSubmersible Pressure Gauge
SPGSiemens Power Generation
SPGSpastic Paraplegia
SPGSlumber Party Girls (American Girl group)
SPGSarong Party Girl
SPGSpecialized Packaging Group
SPGSingle Point Ground
SPGSystème des Préférences Généralisées (French: Generalized System of Preferences; trade regulation; EU)
SPGSupporting People Grant (UK)
SPGSun Power and Geothermal Co., Inc.
SPGSystème de Positionnement Global (French: Global Positioning System)
SPGSenior Policy Group
SPGSichuan Provincial Government
SPGScientific Planning Group
SPGState Protection Group (New South Wales, Australia)
SPGSales Performance Group (various organizations)
SPGSpelling, Punctuation and Grammar
SPGSolar Panel Grounding
SPGSpheno-Palatine Ganglion
SPGSony Protection Group
SPGSynchronizing Pulse Generator
SPGService Provider Gateway
SPGSmall Project Grant
SPGSpace Plasma Group (various locations)
SPGSmithfield Premium Genetics
SPGSociedad Peruana de Genetica
SPGShiga Prefectural Government (Japan)
SPGSouth Platte Group (Sierra Club; Denver, CO)
SPGStanley Picker Gallery (UK)
SPGSistemas de Posicionamiento Global (Spanish: Global Positioning Systems)
SPGSecurity Police Group
SPGSpecialst, Gunnery (US Navy)
SPGSchool Property Guide (New Zealand)
SPGStockpile Planning Guidance
SPGSingapore Party Girl
SPGSmiling People Greeter
SPGSoftware Product Group
SPGSet-Piece Goal (soccer)
SPGSpecial Police Group
SPGStrategy and Policy Group
SPGSoftware Process Group
SPGSequential Product of Geminals
SPGStandard Procedure Guide
SPGSinusoidal Pressure Generator
SPGSpecial Products Generator
SPGStatement Parameter Group
SPGSakartvelos Sotsialisturi Partia (Russian: Socialist Party)
SPGSociety for the Preservation of the Gospel
SPGSri Lanka Pugwath Group (Colombo, Sri Lanka)
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It has released examples of questions children will be expected to answer in new national curriculum - or SATS - tests in maths, reading and spelling, punctuation and grammar, which are due to be introduced in 2016.
It means that one in four children are leaving primary school primary school without a firm grasp of spelling, punctuation and grammar.
we will reverse the last Government's decision to downgrade the teaching of proper English by restoring the recognition of spelling, punctuation and grammar [SPaG] in GCSEs.
Marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar must be allocated to written and externally assessed units where there is a requirement far sufficient extended writing to enable the accurate application of the Performance descriptions.
No fewer than three marks for spelling, punctuation and grammar should be allocated to any single question.
Girls also did better than boys in spelling, punctuation and grammar.
However, the statistics also reveal that one in four children is leaving primary school without a firm grasp of spelling, punctuation and grammar.
I have always thought that spelling, punctuation and grammar were very important and that we owe it to our beautiful English language to use it correctly in both the written and the spoken word.
Mr Ian McNeilly, from the National Association for the Teaching of English stated "some teachers were giving their students incomprehensibly high marks for quantity rather than quality" and that "some work riddled with spelling, punctuation and grammar mistakes was also awarded incomprehensible high marks".
HUNDREDS of thousands of primary school pupils will be assessed on their spelling, punctuation and grammar next week in a new test brought in amid Government concerns about literacy standards.
The spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) test has been introduced for the first time this year, and is part of the annual Sats tests taken by pupils in England at the end of primary school.
CONTROVERSIAL Sats tests in creative writing are set to be axed, but primary school pupils are likely to be made to sit a beefed-up exam in spelling, punctuation and grammar.