The ten teachers' insufficient explicit morphemic
knowledge meant that they could not operationalise the LCSWC in productive ways.
A few intervention studies conducted with students in grades three through eight have shown that students can be taught to identify some morphemic
These findings from sign language production yield evidence for a morphemic
interpretation of SASS and handle classifiers (handshape) as well as for (some) locative morphemes.
Third, I hypothesize that certain terminal sequences that are not morphemic
may be interpreted as such.
Similarly, Bailet (1990) compared phonemic and morphemic
spelling rule usage of sixth-grade students with learning disabilities with that of same-age normally achieving students.
Intermediate grade-level students can study Greek and Latin roots to examine morphemic
The Morphological Component in the CoST is designed to measure knowledge of morphemic
elements within words.
Following are some ideas for developing students' phonetic and morphemic
understanding and for approaching spelling in an engaging and active way.
While breadth refers to the amount of words known, depth of word knowledge includes "all word characteristics such as phonemic, graphemic, morphemic
, syntactic, semantic, collocational and phraseological properties" (Quian, 2002, p.
Clyne (2003 : 76-80) discusses the following types of transference: lexical, multiple, morphemic
, semantic, syntactic, lexicosyntactic, semanticosyntactic, phonological, phonic, graphemic, prosodic, tonemic, and pragmatic.
skimming texts to find word meanings, using a glossary, creating a word web, applying morphemic
analysis, using context clues) are offered.
For each of the 229 poems, he provides the original text, kana transliteration, Romanization, glossing with morphemic
analysis, English translation, and commentary.