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WordWorksKingston - YouTube

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These videos give a window into the classroom instruction we support. It allows students to investigate the well-ordered structure of English spelling and how it links to meaning. I describe this as "word structured inquiry".
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Real Spelling in Ghana

A class blog from Ghana, lessons, videos, questions

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phonology - Are certain phonological processes more likely to be surface true? - Linguistics - Stack Exchange

Are certain phonological processes more likely to be surface true?
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Structured Word Inquiry:
Structured Scientific Inquiry - Generative Word Knowledge
“Word Scientists” look for the deepest word structures that make sense of the greatest number of words.

Superb resource with heaps of links to lessons.

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Word Searcher

Search for word families by typing in a sequence of letters. e.g. could ghive you 194 matches including... signs, assign, design, ensign, resign, signal, signed, signer, aligned...

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World Wide Words

World Wide Words. More than 2500 pages on the origins, history, evolution and idiosyncrasies of the English language worldwide. New words and words in the news are regularly featured.
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Wordy English: Etymology of Gambit

RT @wordy_english: Wordy English: Etymology of Gambit http://t.co/tOo2uTMz...
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