Morphology


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What Is Structured Literacy? The image on the left is a snapshot of an IDA infographic created by Carolyn Cowen: https://dyslexiaida.org/what-is-structured-literacy/

A key component of effective reading instruction is showing students how morphology fits into our language. English is a MORPHOphonemic language.
 
What is Morphology? How can you build morphological awareness in your students? Watch this short webinar (27 minutes) from the 95 Percent Group: https://info.95percentgroup.com/morphology-webinar
 
MORPHOLOGY study helps all students to improve general language ability and reading comprehension, AND recent research shows morphology could be an essential component in language interventions for language-minority children. View this recently published research article: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.3102/00346543211073186
 
Because morphology is so important to unlocking literacy, we are excited to share a free resource to help you explore morphology: Jason Wade’s Base Bank http://jweducation.co.uk/2021/04/13/the-base-bank/
 
Teachers – As you enjoy exploring Jason’s Morphology bank, be sure to share the word detective fun with your students!
 
Thank you, Jason Wade, for creating this amazing resource!
 
Want to learn more about how morphological awareness is one piece of the literacy pie? Read the IDA fact sheet here: https://dyslexiaida.org/morphological-awareness-one-piece-of-the-literacy-pie/
 
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posted on 11/29/2021. Updated 2/15/2022.