I learned about Sight Words With Samson from the excellent blog Instructify. Sight Words With Samson is clearly one of the best websites out there to learn sight words — for English Language Learners or younger...Read More
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Help Me Understand The Significance Of This New Study That “Finds Sudden Insights Key to Learning Words”
Study Finds Sudden Insights Key to Learning Words is the headline of an Ed Week article that appeared today, and I’m trying to figure out if it’s significant and, if so, why? I had a difficult time really...Read More
(Note: For some reason, Feedblitz didn’t send this out to email subscribers yesterday, so I’m posting it again) English Game shows the 300 most common words used in English. When students click on the word they will...Read More
Starwriter is a game from Kent National Grid For Learning where students have to pick the correct audio pronunciation of a word that is written on the screen……with a lot of little stars. It’s a fun little...Read More
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