Louis: EBR Writers Club Presents "Break Word
," a "2010" Celebration in Poetry, Dance, Jazz & Exhibits in a Conch/us/nest-raising Atmosphere
Its members have been featured at the National Black Arts Festival and in the anthology Break Word
With The World.
She created Lexonik, a programme of activities to break words
down to syllables and their origins, in response to the needs of underachieving students in the North East of England.
Sami Boudelaa, Arabic is processed very differently from others languages because it demands that speakers constantly break words
down into their root parts and assess their contexts to properly understand meaning.
When writing by hand, use hyphens to break words
at the end of a line in order to maintain an orderly margin.
A new set of materials for teaching reading includes activities that break words
down into letter and sound pairings, while also showing how to combine those sounds to form words.
It is easier for children to do this before they break words
down further to individual letter sounds.
Watch the kindergarten teacher who asks her students to bounce up and down to break words
into syllables, or the history teacher who asks Roger Sherman to stand and speak for the Colonies, or the math teacher who passes out the old abacus.
The findings support the notion that the reading and spelling deficit, characterized by an inability to break words
down into the separate sounds that comprise them, stems in part from a failure to properly integrate letters with their speech sounds.
They struggle to break words
down into units of sound.
Hyphens are also used to break words
at the end of a line.
Hyphens are used between words that need to be joined for some reason - for example, an "up-to- the-minute" report - and to break words
at the end of a line.
"Each child in my program is taught to break words
down," says Pastor Archer.
I will break words
up the way I'd split a flint I will grind words down like marble, like pigments So their dust rises to the nostrils of the god Fine-ground as flour for our daily bread Or powder on the cheeks of beautiful And less beautiful women, butterflies' pollen, salt Of the spindrift piercing the doors of the sea Like the air where a billion lightbulbs palpitate Like the grain of time burst in the hourglass I will set free those atoms of speech before Words themselves break me up, grind me down, Burn me to ash, scatter me, bury me
The cause of dyslexia is a hotly debated issue, but most researchers agree that the primary difficulty for those with the condition is a lack of phonological awareness-an inability to break words
into individual phonemes.