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Resource Materials

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Prefixology Flashcards

There are 55 Flashcards in a Prefixology Really Useful Box displaying 64 Prefixes, examples of the Prefixes in use and their meanings. Each card has the meaning on the back and several examples of the affix in use.

 

These cards are used primarily as a reading tool - if as the parent/teacher you are unsure of the pronunciation read the example words. These Flashcards have so much more to offer as they all have meaning yet can look like nonsense words to read.

 

Standard cards are printed on a 380 Buff / Ivory, card. Other colours are available for those that suffer visual stress/light sensitivity.

 

 

Suffixology Flashcards

There are 55 Flashcards in a Suffixology Really Useful Box displaying 78 Suffixes, examples of the Suffixes in use and their meanings. Each card has the meaning on the back and several examples of the affix in use.

 

These cards are used primarily as a reading tool - if as the parent/teacher you are unsure of the pronunciation read the example words on the back to place the affix in context. These Flashcards have so much more to offer as they all have meaning yet , if unfamiliar, can look like nonsense words to read.

 

Standard cards are printed on a 380 Buff / Ivory, card. Other colours are available for those that suffer visual stress/light sensitivity.

 

 

Lexicology Flashcards

The Lexicology Flashcard Really Useful Box is a 3L box containing 110 cards: both Prefixology and Suffixology sets. Standard cards are printed on a Buff / Ivory card.

 

 

Reduce Visual Stress

Both Prefixology and Suffixology Flashcards are available in a range of colours to reduce visual stress - the differentiation has been done for you. These Flashcards are an excellent resource to show that you have considered students that experience visual stress. Print the picture above to get a more accurate indication of the colours.

 

All Flashcards are suitable for use in both Primary and Secondary Education. Firstly they are used as a reading tool but they also have so much more to offer ... Differentiation is achieved not only through colour but also task, outcome, number of cards used and the cards chosen for certain learning strategies.

 

All Flashcards are priced the same regardless of colour.

Plenary Wheel

A Dry Wipe Board used to conclude a Lexicology for Reading session. Available in a range of colours to reduce visual stress. All colours are priced the same as a white board.

 

During 2016 Class sets of 30 bookmarks are included Free.

 

 

Lexicon Textercise

 

Copyright Registration Number: 284699062

 

ISBN: 978-1-909093-79-9

 

Available to study at:

The British Library.

 

 

This is the course companion for:

Lexicology for Reading Intervention Programmes and Literacy Modules.

 

Textercise contains:

164 Prefixes and 130 Suffixes,

their meanings, origins and examples in use.

 

The Glossary concentrates on

Language about Language

and there are many

Instructional Verb definitions

- essential for understanding Examination Questions.

 

 

 

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Top Fifty Challenge

 

Lexicology for Reading 'Top Fifty Challenge' is a ten minute test that can be administered, by schools and colleges, pre and post course to monitor progress in understanding and application of 50/57 named affixes in KS1 & KS2 National Curriculum. This test may also be used to ascertain which students would benefit most from attending an intervention programme.

 

 

 

Top One Hundred Challege

 

 

Lexicology for Reading 'Top One Hundred Challenge' is a ten minute test that can be administered, by schools and colleges, pre and post course to monitor progress in understanding and application of the top one hundred affixes. These are the affixes considered the most useful for KS3-5 study (after the KS1 & KS2 Top Fifty Challenge). This test may also be used to ascertain which students would benefit most from attending an intervention programme.

 

Toys into Tools

&

Having the Right Tools for The Job

 

 

In Lexicology for Reading classes students learn through guided discovery, aural, oral, kinaesthetic and quizzical tasks. In Key Stages One and Two the recipe for success in learning Lexicology is that we turn toys into tools. The resources include Prefix and Suffix Jigsaws; Cuisenaire; Drywipe Jigsaws to complete; Alphabet Dice; a Wheel of Fortune / Plenary Wheel; Etch a Sketch / Magnetic Boards or Drywipe Boards; Reader Pens; Board Games; Buzzers and Bingo.

 

There are Toolkits for all Key Stages which can be adapted to suit the most appropriate learning styles for the groups. However all Toolkits contain left and right handed Stabilo Rollerball Handwriting Pens; a set of Bookmark Coloured Overlays; Highlighters; a constantly changing set of Definition Match Cards and from Key Stage Two onwards an Electronic Dictionary Bookmark. We recognise the importance of having the right tools for the job moreover the importance of developing the skill set to become Lifelong Learners - rather than knowledgeable in finite vocabulary.

 

 

 

Quizlet

 

All courses are supported with access to Lexicology for Reading interactive flashcards, games and tests. Highlight the following address below and visit the website to sample, unique, activities provided to support the learning on the courses.

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