Successful, but still dyslexic

Successful, but still dyslexic

In life, I think it is very easy to judge a book by its cover. Many people see me and my story as a success story, and by all means, it is. I am a successful dyslexic, but I am still a dyslexic. Every day I still struggle with various aspects of my dyslexia.  ...
#morphememonday: October 28, 2019

#morphememonday: October 28, 2019

Happy #morphememonday everyone!  This is one of my favourite weeks of the year because this week is Halloween.  In my neighbourhood, there is a scarecrow competition and lots of spooky houses.  This week, I have created a Halloween Themed Phobia Crossword puzzle for...
Closed Syllable Lesson Plan

Closed Syllable Lesson Plan

Happy #phonologicalfriday everyone! This is the second #phonologicalfriday post written by Dr. Tom Nicholson, an Emeritus Professor from Massey University in Auckland, New Zealand. Last week, he provided us with a good introduction into the 6 different syllable types....
#morphememonday: October 21, 2019

#morphememonday: October 21, 2019

Happy #morphememonday everyone!   Morphology is a wonderful thing and unfortunately it is still missing out of most curricula. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about it.   This week, our prefix has two definitions; I have separated them so there are two...

Syllable Types

Happy #phonologicalfriday everyone!  Over the next several weeks #phonologicalfriday will feature guest post from Dr. Tom Nicholson, an Emeritus Professor from Massey University in Auckland, New Zealand. Teaching how to read long words by breaking them into syllables...