I don’t know about you, but one thing I like to do in the summer is clean out and straighten up. It’s a time to recycle all those papers and forms you know longer need and put everything back in its place—rather than in a pile on the back table!
This week, I’m sharing a resource for you to put in your “keep” folder, whether that’s a paper or digital format.
Earlier this year, we talked about the five areas of linguistics – phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. I provided you with an infographic that summarized the ideas about phonology so they would be easier for you to refer to and share with your colleagues.
Here’s a morphology infographic for you to add to your collection. Look for more articles and resources to add to that “keep” folder in the coming weeks!
Now that you’ve seen the infographic, maybe you would like to take a look at the original article – Teach Your Students to be Word Detectives.
You might even want to share it with your peers or teaching partners. Download the PDF version, and write a comment below letting us know with whom you plan to share it.