Instruction in action

A new investigation for the new year

By Fiona Hamilton / January 14, 2019

It’s interesting to look at words in the new family. Have you ever considered that the news we read or watch each day literally means new things? It’s probably generally considered to be a base on its own now rather than a plural. Such is the changing nature of language.

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Using visual cues to indicate morphemic structure

By Fiona Hamilton / December 10, 2018

It’s really useful for your students to have a visual cue when you are talking about the meaning-based building blocks of words. Visuals give them an additional way of accessing and storing the information.

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